Tag: Market

Artnet Data and Analytics show key developments of art market in 2021, Indicate growth for 2022

DGAP-News: artnet AG / Key word(s): Market Report/Miscellaneous17.01.2022 / 10:08 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.Artnet Data and Analytics show key developments of art market in 2021, indicate growth for 2022- Post-War and Contemporary Art show strongest growth- Price development highlights Fine Art's attractiveness as alternative asset- Pablo Picasso, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol most expensive artists in 2021- More ...

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Three new non-profit spaces challenge the dominance of real estate and the market in China’s contemporary art ecosystem

A spate of new art nonprofits in mainland China are breaking the blue-chip mould to forge quirkier, more considered curatorial paths. Shanghai’s Longlati Foundation recently inaugurated an exhibition space focused on 20th-century women artists, minority artists and Chinese artists born since the 1990s. Nurturing young local talent is also the ambition of Macalline Art Center, which opens on 15 January in Beijing’s 798 arts ...

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We Launched Artnet News Pro to Offer You Exactly What You Need to Know About the Art Market. Here Are Some of Our Best Scoops

In May, we made a big move here at Artnet News. We launched Artnet News Pro—a new, members-only section—to provide readers with the tools they need to navigate the high-stakes terrain of the art market. Since then, thousands of the art world’s most passionate denizens—from leading dealers to world-renowned artists to upstart strivers to titans of industry—have signed up to stay in the loop ...

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Francis Outred on the Explosion of the Contemporary Art Market, and His ‘Judas-Like’ Career Turn From Artist to Auction Exec

You have been active as an artist and curator; you had a theoretical and art historical background. Was going to an auction house not problematic? A lot of artists, art historians, art critics don’t like auction houses because the valuation there happens through money. There’s been this old conflict between art and money, already Pliny in the 1st century was complaining about degradation of art because of its connection ...

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China’s President Warns Culture Workers Not to Become Slaves to the Art Market + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Here’s what you need to know on this Wednesday, December 15. NEED-TO-READ Bristol Didn’t Consider Removing Colston Statue – The city council of Bristol in the U.K. did not consider taking down the statue of slave trader Edward Colston despite concerns from the ...

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Jeremy Barlow Fine Art moves to Burnham Market

Published: 3:43 PM December 13, 2021 Changes caused by Covid have prompted a fine art gallery to move from Holt to Burnham Market. Jeremy Barlow Fine Art, which has been based in Holt's High Street for the past 10 years, is relocating to the village after having to close repeatedly during the lockdowns.  Toby Barlow, director, said: "Being forced to close and only being ...

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The art market has radically changed. Here’s how to buy art today

Jacqui Palumbo, CNN For a long time, the art market was “a secret world of whispers” according to art advisor Kim Heirston, who started her career working in New York’s downtown galleries three decades ago. Then, as an archivist for the late gallerist Robert Miller, she safeguarded and only shared materials that were critical to gallery sales, on request. But today, starting a fine ...

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