All posts tagged Latin American Art


Shane Ferro mentions Artvest’s Education Series on Art as an Investment in her article about the Latin American Art market.


As interest in Latin America increases and its art becomes a more meaningful component of global collections, there are important considerations buyers and sellers in the category need to take into account. These issues are particularly critical for collectors who want to trade in Latin American art internationally.


After several years of sluggishness, global enthusiasm for Latin American art is on the rise. In New York, November was a significant month for the Latin American art market.

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“This scene has grown in terms of glamour, prestige and notoriety,” says Michael Plummer, the co-founder of Artvest Partners, who says that the fair and the surrounding events are a major weapon in the dealers’ arsenal. The US art calendar was previously dominated by the New York auction scene, and Miami has helped to correct the balance.

American Art Pre-1950 Bidding was sparse in Sotheby’s and Christie’s May auctions of American Art. Hammer prices fell below low estimates and the combined results for both houses show unsold lots by volume and value at 39.5% and 34.1% respectively. In addition to those lots that did not sell, an additional 19.2% sold below their […]

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