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Art Market Report 2023

As the art market powers into 2024, this is an important time to pause and reflect on what we can learn from what happened within the industry in 2023. This dynamic segment of the market is now ready to enter its next stage. Previously held back by the local ‘old guard’ – who are often resistant to change and in some cases, prepared to compromise their own policies and processes to stay ahead – the industry is now evolving, technologically and politically. Remaining agile and moving assertively with the 'market flow’ is, as always, the key to success and progression. It's time to look to the future – which is looking unquestionably bright for the art of our brightest First Nations artists, both past and present. So, let’s assess what occurred in 2023

EMILY KAM KNGWARRAY: EVERYTHING | Frieze Masters Results

It was a privilege to present the work of Emily Kam Kngwarray, Australia’s most critically acclaimed contemporary First Nations artist, to a global Art Fair audience for the first time at Frieze Masters 2023. We are thrilled with the response to her work – which was embraced and celebrated – and to have sold eight of nine works. This is a defining moment for Emily, with a solo, almost sell-out exhibition at Frieze Masters, and an upcoming major retrospective at The National Gallery of Australia. We look forward to seeing what is next for this extraordinary artist.

EMILY KAM KNGWARRAY: EVERYTHING

With a solo exhibition at Frieze Masters and an upcoming major retrospective of her work at the National Gallery of Australia, Anmatyerre woman, Emily Kam Kngwarray is set to rightfully takes her place alongside the greatest masters of international modern and contemporary art.

FROM MELBOURNE TO LONDON, VIA NEW YORK

Located on the Upper East Side, just moments from the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, D’Lan Contemporary New York will occupy an intimate space...

Half-million dollar price for Indigenous painting that hung in a suburban house

A painting by an acclaimed Indigenous artist that was last sold in the 1970s for less than $800 and hung in a suburban home for decades is on sale at a Melbourne gallery for $500,000.

FROM MELBOURNE TO NEW YORK

Located on the Upper East Side, just moments from the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, D’Lan Contemporary New York will occupy an intimate space...

END OF YEAR ART MARKET REPORT 2022

As the art market begins to mature into 2023, now is the time to reflect and develop a clear plan for the future.

MID YEAR ART MARKET REPORT 2022

The end of this Financial Year once again presents an opportunity to reflect on the past 12 months ...

RECONCILIATION WEEK 2022- BE BRAVE, MAKE CHANGE

This year, Reconciliation Week theme is Be Brave. Make Change.

Q+A With Carloyn Fletcher AM Partner | Australian Consul-General New York

We recently met with Carolyn Fletcher, AM at the Residence of the Australian Consulate General ...

John Mawurndjul: I Am The Old & The New

John Mawurndjul’s career highlights include a major personal retrospective <> John Mawurndjul ...

Cliff Reid: A Passionate & Generous Storyteller

A master storyteller of the Ngaanyatjarra Lands, Cliff Reid possessed ...

Emily Conquers Paris With A Solo Show

A small but powerful exhibition in France of work by the late Emily Kame Kngwarreye ...

Emily: Desert Painter Of Australia

Whole lot, that’s the whole lot. Awelye (my Dreaming), Arlatyeye (pencil yam), Arkerrthe (mountain devil lizard), ...

In Praise Of Australian Indigenous Art – ‘The Oldest Culture In The World’

Steve Martin was astonished the first time he walked into a room full of Australian Aboriginal art.

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