Tanya Baxter Prides herself on well selected works that are international as well as investment worthy. The range of both contemporary and modern artists comes at a most exciting time, as both Chinese and Indian art markets are seeing a positive growth in sales and are increasingly being recognized as pieces that are directly associated with being investment-worthy. The contemporary art market remains strong despite the recession, making art an even savvier investment; “Sotheby’s announced a net annual income of $130 million, or 2.1 percent, on record total sales $6.3 billion in 2012. We also offer a stable of well rounded, mid-career, and more affordable artists.
Tanya Baxter Contemporary advises on investment art; works valued at $500,000 and up account for over 95 percent of total Post War and Contemporary sales value annually.
Tanya Baxter works directly with the most sought-after artists in Europe, including Pip Todd Warmoth, and Sacha Jafri, as well as sourcing and acquiring works by well known auction record artists such as Gerhard Richter, Tracey Emin, Bridget Riley, and Marc Quinn.
Pip Todd Warmoth
Sir Peter Blake
Confidence in the Chinese contemporary art market among experts has risen 16.9% since November 2012. Most recently, Forbes commented on the Chinese contemporary art market, stating that: “At auctions for instance: $23.3 million paid last October for a painting by Zeng Fanshi, an artist not even 50 years old. In the market, China is back as the No. 1 market in the world for contemporary art sales.”(Forbes July 2014) Tanya Baxter Contemporary has always been at the forefront of Chinese contemporary art since first opening in Hong Kong in 1995. The gallery continues to work directly with the most cutting edge and important Chinese artists today.
Tanya Baxter Contemporary champions exciting emerging artists, internationally, working with innovative, and pioneering artworks by such artists as Mr. Brainwash, Revati Sharma Singh, and Jean-Philippe Duboscq.
Revati Sharma Singh