State of the art of the market: an analysis of global auctions in the first five months of 2022

Artnet Price Database: From drawings by Michelangelo to paintings by Warhol, chairs by Le Corbusier to prints by Banksy, you’ll find over 14 million color illustrated fine art auction records dating back to 1985. Artnet covers over 1,800 auction houses and 385,000 artists, and every lot is checked by Artnet’s team of multilingual specialists. Whether you’re appraising a collection, researching an artist’s market history, or pricing an artwork for sale, the Pricing Database will help you determine the value of art .

Disclosures: This material was published on June 16, 2022 and has been prepared for informational purposes only. The tables and graphs were published by ArtNet News in the Artnet Intelligence Report Spring 2022. The information and data contained in the material was obtained from sources outside Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC (“Morgan Stanley”). Morgan Stanley makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of information or data from sources outside of Morgan Stanley.

This material is not investment advice, nor does it constitute a recommendation, offer or advice regarding the purchase and/or sale of any work of art. It has been prepared without taking into account the personal financial situation and objectives of the people who receive it. It is not a recommendation to buy or sell artwork, nor should it be used to appraise any artwork. Investors should independently evaluate particular artworks, artwork investments and strategies, and should seek the advice of an appropriate third-party advisor for assistance in this regard, such as Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC, its affiliates, employees, and Morgan Stanley’s private financial and wealth advisors (“Morgan Stanley”) do not provide artwork, tax or legal advice. Tax laws are complex and subject to change. Investors should consult their tax advisor for matters relating to taxation and tax planning and their lawyer for matters relating to trusts and estate planning, charitable giving, philanthropic planning and other legal matters. . Morgan Stanley does not in any way assist in buying or selling art and merely provides information for investors interested in learning more about the different types of art markets at a high level. Any investor interested in buying or selling works of art should consult their own independent art advisor.

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