February 12, 2021 That which does not kill us, makes us stronger. This eloquent aphorism has never felt more accurate than over the past year, which we might forever condemn as one of the worst in the post-war history, writes Agata Becker, founder Agart. If anyone had told you five years ago that you were…

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Auction veteran Simon de Pury on how galleries could crack down on art flippers by challenging auction houses on their own turf. Simon de Pury, January 26, 2021 Every month in The Hammer, art-industry veteran Simon de Pury lifts the curtain on his life as the ultimate art-world insider, his brushes with celebrity, and his invaluable…

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The actress and model shares how she first caught the collecting bug, and what’s got her attention now. Artnet News, November 4, 2020 The Panama-born, New York-raised art collector and philanthropist Nichole Galicia got her start as a runway model in Europe and later took up acting, appearing in such films as Defiance, Once Upon a Time… In…

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Here’s our roundup of sales that went down at Frieze’s latest online viewing room. Artnet News, October 19, 2020 In the first few weeks of October, Frieze launched its first-ever virtual fair “in” London—and, according to gallerists, sales were swift and successful. Mega-galleries like Hauser and Wirth reported impressive figures, announcing a whopping total of $15…

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Sourse artdex.com Deciding to start an art career is a life-changing moment for any aspiring artist. It takes a lot of courage to take this step and a lot of hard work and discipline to turn your art into a business that will pay your bills. Creative people may easily feel overwhelmed by the business side of…

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The commercialization of the art business is nowhere more evident than in the marketing of reproduction prints, particularly giclees (computer prints of digital files) by businesses presenting themselves as fine art publishing companies, websites, and galleries. Add to the mix that these days, many artists also publish and sell digital prints of their art. These…

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Source: Artprice.com In June, the prestigious Swiss Art fair Art Basel announced the outright cancellation of its 2020 edition after initially rescheduling from June to September. The news fell shortly before the summer in a press release in which the fair’s Director,Marc Spiegler, explained: “We really wanted to support the art market with a successful fair in…

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Our picks of this week’s art world online and IRL. Artnet News, August 17, 2020 Each week, we search New York City for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health situation, we are currently highlighting digital events, as well as in-person exhibitions open in the New York area.…

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