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Artprice : Les 20 femmes les plus performantes du Marché de l’Art en 2018

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Artprice : Les 20 femmes les plus performantes du Marché de l’Art en 2018

Si les femmes représentent la moitié de la population mondiale (donc la moitié de l’intelligence, de la sensibilité et de l’inspiration de notre monde), leur importance est bien trop faible encore sur le Marché de l’Art en général. Il a fallu attendre la fin du XIXème siècle pour que des femmes commencent enfin à trouver une place de manière récurrente dans l’Histoire de l’Art. Les résultats de ventes aux enchères attestent toutefois que le Marché continue d’être largement dominé par les hommes, aujourd’hui encore.

thierry Ehrmann, Président et fondateur d’Artprice, tient à faire remarquer que « la génération qui s’impose à présent sur le second marché – celle des artistes de moins de 40 ans – prouve heureusement qu’un retournement de situation est tout à fait envisageable et a déjà commencé ». Trois femmes font partie du Top 5 des artistes nés après 1978 les plus performants du Marché en 2018. Cette transformation, hautement symbolique, va de pair avec la reconnaissance de grandes signatures féminines qui entrent progressivement dans le Panthéon du Marché de l’Art, grâce à des résultats monumentaux en salle de ventes.

Top 20 des artistes femmes par produit de ventes aux enchères en 2018

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1. Yayoi Kusama (1929-)

Produit de ventes : 102 532 176$

Comment expliquer que la femme la plus performante du Marché de l’Art – toutes périodes de création confondues – soit une Japonaise de 89 ans qui vit depuis quarante ans, retranchée dans un hôpital psychiatrique ? Yayoi Kusama est l’un des piliers de l’Art du XXème siècle grâce à sa pratique artistique convulsive, à la frontière de l’Art Brut.

Kusama est pour la quatrième année consécutive l’artiste femme qui génère le chiffre d’affaires le plus important de la planète. 21 lots ont dépassé le million de dollars en salle de ventes en 2018 aux quatre coins du monde : 15 à Hong Kong, 3 à New York, 2 à Londres et 1 à Séoul.

2. Joan Mitchell (1926-1992)

Produit de ventes : 83 925 120 $

Le 1er mai 2018, la galerie David Zwirner a annoncé publiquement qu’elle représentait désormais en exclusivité la Fondation Joan Mitchell. Une première exposition solo de l’artiste est prévue à New York en 2019, mais le Marché n’a pas attendu pour réagir à cette annonce. Le 17 mai 2018, Blueberry (1969) a défié tous les pronostics (5 m$ – 7 m$) chez Christie’s à New York et a établi un nouveau prix record à 16,6m$ pour une œuvre de Joan Mitchell aux enchères.

3. Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986)

Produit de ventes : 66 666 700 $

4. Cecily Brown (1969-)

Produit de ventes : 32 480 908 $

Après une performance remarquable en 2017, l’Anglaise Cecily Brown s’est imposée comme l’une des figures majeures du Marché de l’Art Contemporain en 2018. Suddently Last Summer (1999) a établi un important record à 6 776 200 $ ce 16 mai 2018 chez Sotheby’s New York. Cette toile vendue, pour la première fois chez Gagosian en 2000, avait été acquise en mai 2010 pour 1 082 500$, chez Sotheby’s New York. La valeur de cette œuvre a ainsi été multipliée par six en seulement huit ans.

5. Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010)

Produit de ventes : 24 616 761 $

6. Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975)

Produit de ventes : 19 947 414 $

7. Agnes Martin (1912-2004)

Produit de ventes : 17 208 649 $

8. Tamara De Lempicka (1898-1980)

Produit de ventes : 16 382 986 $

9. Jenny Saville (1970-)

Produit de ventes : 13 225 583 $

Les artistes britanniques sont décidément en vogue sur le Marché de l’Art. Jenny Saville (connue pour sa participation au mouvement Young British Artists) se distingue particulièrement en devenant la plasticienne vivante la plus chère au monde. Quelques mois après le sacre de David Hockney du coté masculin, Saville a vu sa toile Propped (1992) être acquise pour 12,5 m$ chez Sotheby’s à Londres. Le prix de ses œuvres s’explique par la rareté de l’offre sur le second marché : seulement 41 peintures de Jenny Saville sont passées aux enchères en vingt ans.

10. Mary CASSATT (1844-1926)

Produit de ventes : 10 317 602 $

11. Maria Elena VIEIRA DA SILVA (1908-1992)

Produit de ventes : 7 707 244 $

12. Bridget RILEY (1931-)

Produit de ventes : 7 103 990 $

13. Camille CLAUDEL (1864-1943)

Produit de ventes : 6 996 741 $

14. Cindy SHERMAN (1954-)

Produit de ventes : 6 755 382 $

15. Elizabeth PEYTON (1965-)

Produit de ventes : 6 123 286 $

16. Elisabeth FRINK (1930-1993)

Produit de ventes : 4 390 860 $

17. Christine AY TJOE (1973-)

Produit de ventes : 3 989 020 $

L’artiste indonésienne Christine Ay Tjoe poursuit son ascension, avec un sans faute cette année : 13 lots vendus aux enchères et aucun invendu. Depuis 2008, le prix de ses œuvres a progressé de +1 200 % globalement.

Indice des prix Artprice de Christine Ay Tjoe

Indice des prix Artprice de Christine Ay Tjoe

Indice des prix Artprice de Christine Ay Tjoe

18. Niki DE SAINT-PHALLE (1930-2002)

Produit de ventes : 3 966 458 $

19. Njideka Akunyili CROSBY (1983-)

Produit de ventes : 3 868 973 $

La grande révélation de l’année 2017, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, a connu douze mois rassurant en salle des ventes. Trois peintures et un dessin ont tous été vendus, à l’intérieur ou au-dessus des estimations. La diminution de l’offre est par ailleurs réjouissante, présageant que les collectionneurs ne prévoient pas une baisse des prix. Cette situation est tout à fait idéale pour la jeune peintre qui avait vu le prix de ses toiles flamber, après son exposition à la galerie Victoria Miro à Londres en octobre 2016.

20. Louise NEVELSON (1899-1988)

Produit de ventes : 3 845 112 $

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Artprice: the Top 20 female artists in the global Art Market during 2018

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Artprice: the Top 20 female artists in the global Art Market during 2018

Although women account for half of the world’s population (and therefore half of the world’s intelligence, sensitivity and inspiration…), they are still substantially under-represented on the global Art Market. Looking back, women did not become a regular part of art history’s narrative until the end of the 19th century. However, today’s secondary art market is still largely dominated by men.

According to Artprice’s founder/CEO thierry Ehrmann, “the generation now imposing itself on the secondary market – that of artists under 40 – is fortunately closing the gender gap”. In 2018, the Top 5 artists (by auction turnover) born after 1978 include three women. This highly symbolic transformation of the market is being accompanied by an increasing recognition of major female signatures who are gradually being admitted into the Pantheon of the high-end Art Market, with big-number results in auction rooms.

Top 20 Female Artists by Auction Turnover in 2018

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1. Yayoi Kusama (1929-)

Auction turnover: $102,532,176

The top selling female artist in the global Art Market – all periods of creation combined – is none other than an 89-year-old Japanese woman who has spent 40 years living in a psychiatric hospital. A key figure in 20th-century art with her obsessive creative practices, Yayoi Kusama’s work is in many respects close to Art Brut.

Moreover, this is the fourth consecutive year in which Kusama has generated the highest annual auction turnover for a female artist in the world. In 2018, twenty-one of her works fetched sums above the million-dollar threshold worldwide: fifteen in Hong Kong, three in New York, two in London and one in Seoul.

2. Joan Mitchell (1926-1992)

Auction turnover: $83,925,120

On 1 May 2018 the David Zwirner Gallery announced publicly that it now has exclusive representation rights with the Joan Mitchell Foundation. A first solo exhibition of the artist is scheduled in New York in 2019, but the Market has already reacted very positively. On 17 May 2018, her Blueberry (1969) buried its estimate of $5-7 million when it fetched $16.6 million at Christie’s in New York, setting a new auction record for the American artist.

3. Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986)

Auction turnover: $66,666,700

4. Cecily Brown (1969-)

Auction turnover: $32,480,908

Following a remarkable performance in 2017, the English artist Cecily Brown emerged as one of the major figures of the Contemporary Art Market in 2018. On 16 May, her painting Suddenly Last Summer (1999) fetched $6,776,200 at Sotheby’s New York, setting an impressive new record. The canvas, originally acquired from the Gagosian in 2000, was sold in May 2010 for $1,082,500, at Sotheby’s New York. Since then its value has multiplied by six in just eight years.

5. Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010)

Auction turnover: $24,616,761

6. Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975)

Auction turnover: $19,947,414

7. Agnes Martin (1912-2004)

Auction turnover: $17,208,649

8. Tamara De Lempicka (1898-1980)

Auction turnover: $16,382,986

9. Jenny Saville (1970-)

Auction turnover: $13,225,583

British artists are definitely in vogue on the Art Market. Jenny Saville (known for her participation in the Young British Artists movement) is today the most expensive living female artist in the world. A few months after David Hockney earned the same title in the male artists category, Saville saw her Propped (1992) acquired for $12.5 million at Sotheby’s in London. The price of her works has a lot to do with scarcity of supply: only 41 paintings by Jenny Saville have been auctioned in 20 years.

10. Mary CASSATT (1844-1926)

Auction turnover: $10,317,602

11. Maria Elena VIEIRA DA SILVA (1908-1992)

Auction turnover: $7,707,244

12. Bridget RILEY (1931-)

Auction turnover: $7,103,990

13. Camille CLAUDEL (1864-1943)

Auction turnover: $6,996,741

14. Cindy SHERMAN (1954-)

Auction turnover: $6,755,382

15. Elizabeth PEYTON (1965-)

Auction turnover: $6,123,286

16. Elisabeth FRINK (1930-1993)

Auction turnover: $4,390,860

17. Christine AY TJOE (1973-)

Auction turnover: $3,989,020

In 2018 the Indonesian artist Christine Ay Tjoe continued her ascent with 13 lots sold at auction and no unsolds. Since 2008, her price index has risen +1,200%.

Artprice ‘s price index for Christine Ay Tjoe

Artprice's price index for Christine Ay Tjoe

Artprice’s price index for Christine Ay Tjoe

18. Niki DE SAINT-Phalle (1930-2002)

Auction turnover: $3,966,458

19. Njideka Akunyili CROSBY (1983-)

Auction turnover: $3,868,973

The great revelation of the year 2017, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, has just finished twelve reassuring months on the auction market. Three paintings and a drawing were sold, either within or above the pre-sale estimates. The decline in supply is also good news as it suggests collectors do not expect a drop in her prices. This situation is ideal for the young painter who saw the prices of her paintings rocket after her exhibition at the Victoria Miro gallery in London in October 2016.

20. Louise NEVELSON (1899-1988)

Auction turnover: $3,845,112

 

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Artprice (New York): Top bracket artworks for sale at the beginning of 2019

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Artprice (New York): Top bracket artworks for sale at the beginning of 2019

No respite for art lovers! The new year has already begun, with French provincial sales throwing up superb treasures… The auction calendar will resume back in New York with Christie’s starting 2019 with five sales, including a highly anticipated Art Brut sale. But it is Sotheby’s which gathered the most expensive lots for the very first big sale of the year: Master Paintings Evening Sale, that will be held on 30 January 2019.

Top 10 upcoming artworks at auction in January 2019

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Artist Artwork Estimate Sale
1 Joachim WTEWAEL (c.1566-c.1638) A Banquet of the Gods $5,000,000 – $7,000,000 01.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
2 Elisabeth VIGE-LEBRUN (1755-1842) Portrait of Muhammad Dervish Khan (1788) $4,000,000 – $6,000,000 02.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
3 Jan VAN DE CAPPELLE (c.1624-1679) A Shipping Scene on a Calm Sea $4,000,000 – $6,000,000 03.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
4 Ambrosius BOSSCHAERT I (1573-1621) A Still Life of Flowers in a Glass Flask (1607) $2,500,000 – $3,500,000 04.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
5 Peter Paul RUBENS (1577-1640) Nude Study of a Young Man $2,500,000 – $3,500,000 05.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
6 Orazio GENTILESCHI (1563-1639) The Fall of the Rebel Angels $2,500,000 – $3,500,000 06.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
7 Pieter BRUEGHEL II (c.1564-1637/38) St. George’s Kermis (1627) $2,000,000 – $3,000,000 07.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
8 Fede GALIZIA (1578-1630) A Glass Compote with Peaches $2,000,000 – $3,000,000 08.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
9 Jacobus VREL (c.1630-c.1680) Street Scene with Two Figures Walking Away $1,500,000 – $2,000,000 09.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY
10 Luis MELENDEZ (1716-1780) Still Life with a Plate of Azaroles $1,500,000 – $2,000,000 10.30.2019 – Sotheby’s NY

Nevertheless, the most exciting lots are not necessarily the most expensive ones. thierry Ehrmann, Founder and CEO of Artprice insists : “The mid-range Art Market is full of opportunities and it is worth keeping track of what is on offer as soon as the year begins…”

The unique world of Henry Darger

Henry Darger (1892-1973) created an exceptionally broad spectrum œuvre that was discovered in his room after his death. A secretive and reclusive character, Darger created a unique world, including a 15,000-page illustrated and typed manuscript, The Realms of the Unreal, describing events from a completely imaginary world in which a bunch of pre-teen girls (the Vivian Girls) on an imaginary planet wage a war against adults to obtain their freedom. Parallel to this written saga (but never published), Darger also painted. He produced – sometimes on both sides – large narrative panels that are pure masterpieces. His technique was also unique, drawing inspiration from a variety of sources (children’s art books, various magazines, fashion catalogs, etc.) copying the images in charcoal before applying water colours.

The first Darger works sold on the secondary market were actually auctioned in France at Loudmer’s in 1989. At that time, a panoramic drawing by the obscure celebrity fetched less than $10,000. Today, his drawings are in the collections of major museums including the MoMA, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris and the Collection de l’Art Brut in Lausanne. On the auction market one would expect to pay at least $150,000 for one of his most important works because they are both in-demand and rare. The one proposed by Christie’s on 18 January in New York is monumental – nearly three meters wide – and double-sided (drawn on both sides). It is expected to fetch between $250,000 and $500,000. Two days later, Sotheby’s will, in turn, sell a smaller double-sided drawing by Henry Darger (178-cm long) with an estimate value between $150,000 and $300,000. The simultaneousness of these two upcoming sales is noticeable, as only 19 drawings by Henry Darger have been seen in auction room since 1989.

The opulence of a small masterpiece by Wtewael

Jumping back over 400 hundred years… we have a superb baroque painting on copper entitled Banquet of the Gods by the Dutch painter Joachim Anthonisz Wtewael, one of Holland’s most important artists, active in the years 1580 – 1620. This masterful work depicts 47 figures – gods, fauns, women and putti – in orgiastic debauchery… all within the confines of 15.8 x 20.4 cm. With unmatched density, the artist portrays Bacchus, Ceres, Mars, Venus, Cupid, Pan and his muses at a grand banquet, and despite its small size, the work is expected to sell for between 5 and 7 million dollars on 30 January at Sotheby’s (New York). However, in view of its quality, it is quite possible the lot will reach its high estimate, especially since a smaller Wtewael work has already crossed the $7 million threshold. That was also an oil-on-copper measuring just 18.2 x 13.5 cm, a virtuoso composition depicting 12 bodies on the sensual theme of Mars and Venus surprised by Vulcan (Mars and Venus Surprised by Vulcan, $7.26m, at Christie’s London in 2012).

One of Rubens’ best drawings

Sotheby’s will also be offering an exquisitely rare drawing by Rubens which should fetch the Dutch virtuoso’s second best-ever auction result for a work on paper. It’s a study of a young man with arms raised measuring almost 50 centimeters, drawn in charcoal with a couple of white chalk highlights to catch the light. The work shows the artist’s change of mind regarding the position of the tensed and muscular legs. The torsion of the lower limbs and the momentum of the figure, forward and upward, is typical Baroque bravura. A result within the estimated range of $2.5 – $3.5 million would make it the second best-ever auction result for a Rubens drawing (and the best result for a Rubens charcoal). On 10 July 2014, Christie’s London hammered his best-ever result for a work on paper – an ink representing Samson and Delilah – at over $5.5 million.

Apart from the provincial sales in France and the year’s first New York sessions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s, we don’t yet know what other wonders the other major auction houses around the world will be offering over the coming months (China’s Poly Auction and China Guardian, Germany’s Dorotheum, France’s Artcurial, Korea’s Seoul Auction). In fact, the majority of auction operators do not start selling until later in the year, and some wait as long as May (Grisebach) before reopening after the winter break.

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