Phillips Debuts Articker, a New Data-Driven Art Market Intelligence Tool
Phillips has announced the debut of Articker, a groundbreaking proprietary technology product that aggregates open-source data on artists and artworks, providing unique insights into emerging market trends. Developed in partnership between Phillips’ digital team and Articker, the platform will provide Phillips clients with unprecedented visibility on emerging trends in the art world and will expand and enrich Phillips’ robust digital growth through advanced open-source intelligence on artists and artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries. Julie Curtiss, Princess, oil on canvas, 2016, debut work by artist sold at Phillps in 2019 for $106,250, more than fifteen times the low estimate of
- Amoako Boaffo
- Edward Dolman
- Julie Curtiss
- Konrad Imielinski
- Pablo Picasso
- Rutgers University
- Tomasz Imielinski
- Fine Art
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