The latest market insight and recommended exhibitions

London Auction Week

The Autumn season kicked off in London last week with the Post-war and Contemporary sales at Christie's, Sotheby's and Phillips. With a total of £192.6m (incl. premium) spent across five evening sales, surpassing the overall low estimate of £142.4m, the auctions demonstrated the stability of the London art market as prices remained strong for deserving works.
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Our eye on ... London Shows

We’ve hand picked a list of exciting new shows opening in London. Ahead of a major retrospective of Bridget Riley’s work at the Hayward Gallery, London (23 October 2019 – 26 January 2020), Mayfair print dealer Lyndsey Ingram hosts a complete survey of the artist’s early black, white and grey prints from 1962 to 1968 (until 8 November 2019). Presented in dialogue with Classical statuary and Regency design, the show comprises an elegant and comprehensive approach to this seminal body of work.
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Deloitte Art & Finance Report 2019

Freya Stewart, CEO Art Finance, contributed an article on the current state of the asset-based art-secured lending market, and the challenges and opportunities the next five years will bring.
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Upcoming talks

Art Law Day 2019
8th November 2019, New York
Freya Stewart will be speaking on the panel New Issues and Platforms in the Art Market Together

Observer - The Business of Art Observed, Fall 2019
12th November 2019, New York
Morgan Long will deliver the keynote speech on A Financialized Art Market
London October Sales: Cover Image © Neil P. Mockford/Getty Images for Sotheby's
Our eye on ... London Shows: Cover Image PAUL CEZANNE (1839-1906) La Montagne Sainte-Victoire, 
©The Samuel Courtauld Trust (The Courtauld Gallery, London)
Demystifying Art Finance: Cover Image © The Art Business Conference

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