After June Auctions, it’s Time for a Summer Break!

After the spring Islamic week in London, all eyes were turned to Paris for Millon & Associés and Ader Nordmann early summer auctions, but also to New-York for Maharajas & Mughal Magnificence at Christie’s New York, where were presented 359 items from the Sheikh Hamad Al-Thani collection, all more fantastic than the other. … More After June Auctions, it’s Time for a Summer Break!

Tracing the Modern in Post-Modern: The dilemma of Contemporary “Islamic” Art

While pre-modern Islamic art continues to grow as an academic field and as a profitable investment for collectors, the attention given to contemporary Islamic art has been increasing significantly among art dealers, academics and curators. … More Tracing the Modern in Post-Modern: The dilemma of Contemporary “Islamic” Art

The Autumn continues in Paris

It is always difficult to predict the fluctuations of the art market, as tendencies can vary over a few months. In the case of the Islamic arts market, the excercise is even more difficult due to its diversified nature: all medium, a chronology of 14 centuries, more than half the world with no less than a douzen dedicated auctions a year. … More The Autumn continues in Paris