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Christie’s: new perspectives and uncertainties

Art Market | After reaching exceptional sales in terms of revenues and volume in the past years, Christie’s entered 2019 amid major internal turmoil. The latest change - and one of the most significant ones - is the resignation of Loic Gouzer announced on December 18. Gouzer was a highly public figure and president of the Post-War and Contemporary Art Department.

Loic Gouzer © Photo courtesy Christie’s
Loic Gouzer
© Photo courtesy Christie’s

After working at Sotheby’s for four years, Loic Gouzer joined Christie’s in 2011. He shared the head of the Post-War and Contemporary Art department with Alex Rotter and rapidly established himself as one of the key stakeholders in the London auction house. Over the past seven years, he orchestrated several record sales using distinctive marketing strategies in curated events, where genres and eras intertwined.

Among these :
- In may 2015, ten world records were established during the event […]

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Loic Gouzer © Photo courtesy Christie’s

Loic Gouzer
© Photo courtesy Christie’s

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