ArtPrice launches new index: ArtPrice100®


The French art market database creates a new index focusing on blue-chip artists exclusively.

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Sotheby’s acquires artificial intelligence company Thread Genius


Sotheby’s enhances data capabilities with its recent company acquisition.

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Selling exhibitions: new Head of Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery in Hong Kong Jonathan Wong – interview


Following the appointment, Wong will be responsible for selling exhibitions for Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery in Hong Kong, as well as continue to support Sotheby’s auctions of Contemporary Art in Asia.

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The Privatization of Art Journalism: Journalist Talk at Art Basel Miami Beach 2017 – video summary


Content writers and art reporters Sarah Douglas, Ossian Ward and Mary Louise Schumacher contemplate the future of art journalism in the uncertain times ahead.

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Yuki Terase Appointed Sotheby’s Head of Contemporary Art, Asia


Yuki Terase will lead Sotheby’s auctions and private sales of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Western Contemporary art in Asia, based in Hong Kong.

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Australia is not an island: Contemporary art futures across the Archipelago – Curator John Mateer


Curator John Mateer’s essay re-imagines Australia as an archipelago made of cities that are culturally diverse and connected to the wider world in the context of the recent exhibit “In Confidence: Reorientations in Recent Art”

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Freedom to create: Myanmar’s artists explore an open society


Founder of Myanmar Art Nathalie Johnston gives an overview of how Burmese artists are embracing innovations in technology and using them in their creative processes, turning their practice towards new media art.

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Who’s afraid of Vladimir Putin? Russian artists take a stand


Anna Dudchenko, a Russian art advisor and artist, highlights the work of four Russian contemporary artists who poke fun at political leaders with both humour and controversy to express their discontent with the political status quo.

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