Monday, November 30, 2015

Observingarts: 20th Century Art – A Different Perspective by Sotheby's

Mubin Orhon
UNTITLEDoil on canvas 130 by 97cm.; 51¼ by 38¼in.

OA: After a solid portion of focus on overpriced art-icons, regular collectors have been left in limbo. 
The outbeating of classic art by modern and contemporary calls for action to serve other parts of the market in times ahead. The second and third layer of the market represent strong buyers and a large potential.  
That will include objects that carries both risk and potential in todays market. Sotheby's is providing some clues:  

"Sotheby’s 20th Century Art – A Different Perspective sale in London on 2 December will feature modern art from countries across Europe and around the Mediterranean by artists who have a strong regional following but are not yet part of the international mainstream. The sale will include a number of important Egyptian, Turkish, Arab and Iranian works as well as a good selection of contemporary and modern art from Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary. Highlights of the sale include works by Sandor Bortnyik, Mubin Orhon, Mikulas Medek and Sohrab Sepehri". 

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