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2023 Assets - Primary and Auction Markets: The Lines Once Defined are Now Blurred
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Rebekah Bowling will discuss the ultra-contemporary market, think wet paint promises and donations, and provenance-building pre-offering activities. The delicate relationships between artists, gallerists, and the auction house. ISA’s Isabelle Weise and Rebekah Bowling will have a back-and-forth discussion about these elusive super-contemporary markets that once fell across a definitive border of primary gallery sales versus auction sales, and that line has now blurred. The market activity of private sales and auction activity from 2020 to the present has seen multiple trend changes and with Bowling’s expertise and experience, she will talk us through this uncharted territory of the ultra-modern market. Bowling will also highlight some of the market's hottest artists to watch today.
Rebekah Bowling is a Senior Specialist and Head of 21st Century Art in Phillips’ 20th Century & Contemporary Art Department. During her tenure at Phillips, Rebekah has led fourteen day and mid-season sales, including the highest grossing Day Sale in Phillips’ history in November 2019. She was also responsible for handling the sale of Phillips’ first NFT – Mad Dog Jones’ Replicator, which realized over $4 million – and has continued to achieve strong results in this space. With expertise in the markets of emerging artists, she oversees the company’s auction and private sale strategy for works from this category.
This webinar is worth 1 PDC.