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A New Breed of Online Collectors

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A New Breed of Online Collectors

In previous articles, we’ve talked about the many recent reports confirming the online market is both booming and evolving in an “uberisation” direction. This puts digital platforms, like ArtAndOnly, who have embraced the technological aspect and have found savvy ways to reach online ...

ArtAndOnly’s Best Places to Buy Art Online

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ArtAndOnly’s Best Places to Buy Art Online

As the art market continues its shift online, more and more players are entering the space with digital platforms. There are certainly a lot of choices out there, but access, price range, quality curation and personal service vary wildly. Needless to say, all are not created equal. ArtAndOnly has ...

Personalization and “Uberisation” Key as the Online Market Booms

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Personalization and “Uberisation” Key as the Online Market Booms

We recently published an article in Le Journal about how the online art market is booming. The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report listed impressive numbers with online sales jumping 24% last year to a high of $3.27 billion. It is good news for sure, but newly released data from Invaluable points to ...

Latest market report: The Online Art Market is Booming

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Latest market report: The Online Art Market is Booming

Art insurance company Hiscox recently released its fourth annual report detailing the state of the online art market. Their findings (with data gathered by art market research firm ArtTactic), confirm indications in last month’s TEFAF report that the global art market for online sales are at an ...

Art Brussels 2016: A shift to include more established, international artists

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Art Brussels 2016: A shift to include more established, international artists

At Art Brussels this year, we saw an intentional shift to showcase more mid-career and established artists on an international level. The size of exhibitors was also reduced from 191 to 140 to follow current market trends focusing on quality, not just quantity. A common theme when speaking with ...

Private Art Museum Report shows collector’s need for global reach, access.

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Private Art Museum Report shows collector’s need for global reach, access.

Larry’s List and Art Market Monitor of Artron recently published The Private Art Museum Report, the first global study on the state of privately founded contemporary art museums around the world. Among a variety of data, the report illustrates how the market has become quite evenly distributed in ...

COLLECTORS INTERVIEW WITH SERGE TIROCHE

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COLLECTORS INTERVIEW WITH SERGE TIROCHE

You have been very active in the world of art since a young age, having been born into a family of successful art dealers. Tell us about your early experiences in the art business, and what inspired you to remain involved over the years. Serge Tiroche: I was born in Israel where my father had ...

INTERVIEW WITH LORENZO RUDOLF

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INTERVIEW WITH LORENZO RUDOLF

Lorenzo Rudolf, as Director of Art Basel from 1991 to 2000, you spent more than 10 years developing fairs around the world including the Frankfurt Book Fair, the International Fine Arts Exposition in Palm Beach and ShContemporary in Shanghai. Why did you decide to move to Asia? Lorenzo Rudolf: The ...

VOICES IN FLUX

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VOICES IN FLUX

Art historian Michael Peppiatt, occasionally relates an anecdote of his time at Cambridge, studying art history in the 1960s. Briefly summarised, the curriculum didn’t think much of anything after the Renaissance, viewing everything since as a long, slow decline from that glorious golden age, a ...

REVIVING TRADITION – PAKISTAN’S CONTEMPORARY MINIATURE ART

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REVIVING TRADITION – PAKISTAN’S CONTEMPORARY MINIATURE ART

Traditional Miniature painting (title photo) traces its lineage to Mughal India, Iran and Turkey and continues to be practised there today but it has evolved into a new genre in Pakistan with its own identity and aesthetics. Known as contemporary miniature painting or neo-miniature, this ...

PLURALITIES OF TASTE IN A GLOBAL VILLAGE

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PLURALITIES OF TASTE IN A GLOBAL VILLAGE

Our world is a vastly interconnected one. It’s almost a truism, by now, after decades of being inundated with promises of the transformative potential of globalisation and network technologies. Across the political spectrum, expressed in various art forms, interpretations and predictions ...

INTERVIEW WITH ANDY HEI – DIRECTOR OF FINE ART ASIA

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INTERVIEW WITH ANDY HEI – DIRECTOR OF FINE ART ASIA

Andy Hei About the Makings of a Successful International Art Fair. So how does one get to become the director of an art fair? Before I started this fair in 2006, I was helping different dealers with their involvement in other similar fairs, so I started from standing in the booth and helping to ...