Georges Remi’s Comic Art in Paris
The comic is a medium that expresses stories or other concepts utilizing a series of still images with text. According to the reports, in Paris, comic art has put up huge numbers at recent auctions.
Artcurial is an auction house for contemporary art. According to the reports, on 14th January, the house offered at auction this exceptional work, Paris. In this auction, a Tintin artwork sold for $3.89 million. This move creates a new world record for Herge.
However, the artwork was designed by Georges Remi. He created it as a cover for Tintin Book. In this cover picture, you can observe a giant dragon that threatening the cheerful cartoon hero. Moreover, it has too many colors to reproduce fairly.
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On the same day, the Batman artwork from 1940 sold for $2.02 million at Heritage Auctions in Dallas. This remains the second-greatest-exorbitant comic book eternally sold on the Block. Besides, the top slot held by Action Comics saw the debut of Superman. In 2014, it was sold for $3.02 million on eBay.
Further, Curator Chris Sharp is starting a galley under his own name in Los Angeles after spreading the closely watched project space LULU in Mexico City for nearly eight years with artist Martin Soto Climent. Moreover, Chris Sharp galley opens on 23rd January with a solo exhibition by New Zealand.
According to the reports, fruit-related artworks along with B.Wurtz and Nina Canell will shutter in April.
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