Monday December 11, 2017

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Auction Recap: Strong Showing for Cuban Contemporary Amid Mixed Results for Latin American

In an interesting turnaround this auction season, Wifredo Lam and his 20th-century contemporaries weren’t the focus for Cuban art. Instead, contemporary Cuban art took the spotlight, turning in solid results and setting impressive new records.

Preview: Cuban Art in Next Week’s Latin American Sales

Next week, the three major auction houses hold back-to-back Latin American art sales starting Tuesday morning, November 21. While we await the results for Cuban artworks in the mainstream contemporary sales—previewed last week—here are the Cuban lots to watch in next week’s sales.

Preview: Contemporary & Online Latin American Sales

Last summer, Sotheby’s announced that it was incorporating contemporary Latin American art into its mainstream sales. We follow up with a look at Cuban lots in next week’s contemporary auctions, and highlight the Cuban lots to watch in Christie’s online Latin American Art sale.

Cuban and Latin American Art Gain Traction at Major Auction Houses

With Sotheby’s decision to fold contemporary Latin American art into its core contemporary sales and Christie’s spotlight on Cuban art, the auction market is catching up with museums and galleries.

Spring Auction Report: Strong Results for Herrera, Mendive, Fabelo and Cárdenas

With exceptional works and the largest number of lots by Cuban artists, Christie’s continued to position itself as a leader in modern and contemporary Cuban art.
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