ALL ART Market Leaders – overview

Art Market Leaders by VOLUME

Art Market Leaders by VALUE

Art Market Leaders by VOLUME

  • All Art by Volume shows the ‘Artist Price’ performance of the All Art by Volume Index.
  • To be eligible for inclusion in the All Art by Volume Index, artists must have sold at least 30 works in a 24-month period.
  • All Art – Value Leaders orders the first 20 Artists in the Index whose works are the most expensive to have been sold at major auction houses in the most recent 24-month period. For more details, contact AMR.
  • Index Components – Monthly % Change analyses the names of artists whose Artist Price has established eligibility for inclusion in any month and calculates the number of artists who remain the same the following month (in percentage terms).
  • Smoothing can be applied over the whole time series.  Auction sales traditionally revolve around Spring and Autumn seasons and smoothing can be used to help identify trends. While the selection of a smoothing value is subjective, a default assumption where smoothing alpha is equal to 0.2 has been chosen as value useful for identifying longer-term trends.
  • Different time frames can be selected from the date boxes;

    1 year

    2 years

    5 years

    All (since January 2007)

    Historic data starting in 1978 is available by contacting AMR.

Art Market Leaders by VALUE

  • All Art by Value shows the ‘Artist Price’ performance of the All Art by Value Index.
  • To be eligible for inclusion in the All Art by Value Index, artists must have sold at least One work in a 24-month period and be among the top 100 Artist Prices, ordered by decreasing value.
  • All Art – Volume Leaders orders the first 20 Artists in the Index whose works have been sold most often at major auction houses in the most recent 24-month period. For a full list, contact AMR.
  • Index Components – Monthly % Change analyses the names of artists whose Artist Price has established eligibility for inclusion in any month and calculates the number of artists who remain the same the following month (in percentage terms).
  • Smoothing can be applied over the whole time series. Auction sales traditionally revolve around Spring and Autumn seasons and smoothing can be used to help identify trends. While the selection of a smoothing value is subjective, a default assumption where smoothing alpha is equal to 0.2 has been chosen as value useful for identifying longer-term
  • Different time frames can be selected from the date boxes;

    1 year

    2 years

    5 years

    All (since January 2007)

    Historic data starting in 1978 is available by contacting AMR.

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