Central London’s calling: smaller galleries bank on bigger spaces despite economic uncertainty

In the post-Brexit, post-pandemic era, dealers are moving into new and more central venues in London London’s Fitzrovia has seen several galleries pop up in new spaces Photo: Flavius Călin/Unsplash A flurry of moves and expansions among London’s smaller and mid-sized galleries suggests dealers are rising to the twin challenges of economic and political crisis.…

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Paris+ par Art Basel concludes highly successful debut edition marked by buoyant sales, vibrant city-wide programming, and strong attendance from international collectors and institutions

Paris+ par Art Basel concludes highly successful debut edition marked by buoyant sales, vibrant city-wide programming, and strong attendance from international collectors and institutions The first edition of Paris+ par Art Basel closed on Sunday, October 23, following a week of vigorous sales across all sectors of the market and throughout the duration of the…

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Ultra-contemporary art boom defies economic downturn at Frieze London

New works by young artists are in high demand at the fair, reflecting a surge in prices at auction Jadé Fadojutimi’s work at Gagosian’s Frieze London stand had already sold out before the fair had even opened yesterday David Owens There were few signs of an impending global recession during the VIP opening of Frieze…

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When fashion met art: Brief history of an illustrious love affair

Hili Perlson As Paris Fashion Week begins, we trace some of the most iconic interdisciplinary collaborations – from Schiaparelli and Dalí to Louis Vuitton and Takashi Murakam The question of whether fashion can in fact sometimes be considered art pops up every time a boundary-pushing designer ascends to the mainstream and captures the zeitgeist with…

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