Art Market Predictions and Trends

A Look Ahead
2024 Artist Market Predictions

As the year kicks off, we have put together our artist market predictions for 2024, offering insights into evolving trends and opportunities that collectors and art enthusiasts can anticipate in the dynamic landscape of the coming year.


Andy Warhol

Investing in Warhol's work in 2024 is an appealing choice due to his enduring influence on the art world. Classic signed and numbered prints, including iconic subjects like Soup Cans, Ads, and portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Queen Elizabeth, offer a blend of cultural significance and historical value. Warhol's

status as a blue-chip artist ensures stability in the market, and his works have consistently demonstrated appreciation over time. Recognized for their iconic imagery, these prints provide collectors with both aesthetic enjoyment and potential long-term investment opportunities, making them a compelling choice in the evolving art landscape of 2024.


As the Banksy market begins to stabilize we have seen an increased interest in Banky's editioned paintings, as they offer collectors a hybrid of a rarer piece, at a more tangible price than a unique painting. The scarcity of certain canvas editions enhances their desirability among collectors, while the print market offers a broader range of accessible yet highly sought-after pieces. Banksy's blend of social commentary, humor, and distinctive style resonates with a diverse global audience, making his works both culturally relevant and attractive to investors seeking unique pieces that capture societal times.

jean-michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat has continued to be a collector favorite for his establishment of the ongoing urban art scene. With the excitement of more recent estate releases such as the Superhero set, crossed with record auction pricing for the early estate prints, his market offers a growing, yet stable opportunity. The earlier estate prints, including Ernok, Untitled Head, Per Capita, and Cabeza, are going to be especially sought after as they become more rarely available and signify the start to his print market. Collectors find these works especially favored as they are based on iconic original works the artist created during his most prolific years in the early 80s.


David Hockney

David Hockney's art market has been characterized by enduring demand and consistent appreciation for his vibrant and innovative recreations of simplistic landscapes and portraits. As one of the most influential artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, the market for Hockney's pieces has seen a steady rise, with major auctions and exhibitions showcasing the artist's diverse portfolio. His iconic swimming pool scenes, vivid landscapes, and innovative explorations into digital art contribute to the broad appeal of his work. The demand for Hockney's creations reflects a deep appreciation for his unique vision, technical mastery, and his ability to evolve with the times. Whether it's his early works from the 1960s or his recent digital iPad creations, collectors continue to recognize the enduring value and significance of David Hockney's contributions to the art world. At the age of 86, his work is more current and sought after than ever

Dylan Martinez

In 2023, we saw a rise in interest amongst collectors desiring tangible, and life-like sculptural works. Martinez's detailed ability to create incredibly life-like sculptures of various water bags has been especially popular. As we look ahead to 2024, the trend of investing in immersive and meticulously crafted art is set to continue, positioning Dylan Martinez as an increasingly investible artist. His glass sculptures not only capture the essence of everyday objects with astonishing realism but also showcase a profound mastery of the medium, making each piece a unique and captivating addition to any art collection. Collectors seeking both aesthetic appeal and investment potential are likely to find Martinez's evolving body of work an enticing prospect in the coming year.

Gregory Thielker

With a sold-out Solo Exhibition in 2023 and a scheduled exhibition for 2024, Thielker's budding career is poised for continued growth and success. Thielker's photo-realism paintings, marked by meticulous attention to detail and a striking ability to capture lifelike scenes, hold a unique appeal for collectors. The precision and skill demonstrated in replicating reality, from light and shadow to intricate textures, make each artwork a captivating visual experience. The demand for such works stems from the desire of collectors to own pieces that not only reflect the artist's talent but also serve as windows into the tangible and recognizable aspects of the world, creating a bridge between artistic expression and the everyday.


Eric Stefanski

In recent years, there has been a significant rise in interest in text-based art, signaling a shift in artistic preferences and a growing appreciation for the power of language in visual expression. From Harland Miller and David Shrigley's British Humor, to Mel Bochner's bold statements, text based art have dominated the contemporary art market for several years. The allure of text-based art lies in its ability to provoke thought, convey social commentary, and engage viewers on an intellectual and emotional level. Stefanski brings a refreshed and humorous take on this trend, creating playful artworks that immediately create conversation amongst viewers.


Yusuke Toda

In recent times, there has been a notable surge in the popularity of cartoon-like paintings, characterized by their innocence, simplicity, and whimsical charm. This genre's appeal lies in its ability to evoke nostalgia, transcending cultural boundaries and resonating with a universal sense of joy and wonder. Yusuke Toda, a Japanese painter, relives his childhood memories through an adult lens, bringing viewers a joyful sense of nostalgia. His works are each layered in both texture and subject,  resulting in a multidimensional canvas that interplays space and time.

January 16, 2024