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Artprice: Contemporary Art Market Annual Report: turnover up 1,400% in 17 years with an average annual return of +7.6%.

2017/09/28

Contemporary Art leads the Art Market with Frieze Art Fair in London and the FIAC in Paris

 

On the whole, the Contemporary Art Market is substantially profitable over the medium and long terms. Despite several corrections, our price index shows that the segment has retained its early-2000s vitality. Turnover growth of +1,400% in 17 years (US$103 million in 2000 to US$1.58 billion in 2017) reflects an extremely dynamic market. Artprice’s Contemporary Art Market Annual Report (2016/2017) is available free of charge at the following link:

https://www.artprice.com/artprice-reports/the-contemporary-art-market-report-2017

The chronic financial and economic crisis affecting the world economy since 2007 – clearly illustrated by the widespread recourse to negative interest rates – makes the Art Market look like a desert oasis. According to thierry Ehrmann, Artprice’s founder and CEO, the Art market has experienced a healthy adjustment that was both necessary and predictable, leaving the Contemporary Art segment center stage.

This year, the Contemporary Art Market generated a stunning new record with its first-ever result above $100 million. The segment’s previous record, $58.4 million for a work by Jeff Koons in 2013, was demolished by the $110.5 million paid for a work by Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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https://www.actusnews.com/fr/soc/ARTPRICE/communiques

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