On the national and international art market today, more and more artists of the 20th century are attracting attention who were long hidden behind the big names of Modernism. Which artists and movements, beyond the classics of modern art, have recently attracted particular attention and exceeded the expectations of the art market?
What are the reasons for the enormous price jumps for these artists and what role does collecting play in this, in the private as well as in the public sector? These questions are discussed by Dr. Rupert Keim, managing partner of Karl & Faber Kunstauktionen, in an interview with Dr. Lisa Zeitz – editor-in-chief of the magazine WELTKUNST and Kunst und Auktionen.
(Interview in german)
Background: Jorinde Voigt, „Perm I“, „Perm II“, „Perm III“, 2007, Ink over pencil on strong wove paper (3 parts). Result: € 175,000