Galleries and Fairs Are Turning to Virtual Reality to Connect with Collectors

Galleries and Fairs Are Turning to Virtual Reality to Connect with Collectors

In the months since COVID-19 shut down most traditional in-person avenues for viewing and purchasing art, virtual reality (VR) has become increasingly prevalent as a tool for conducting business. The transition to virtual space has required art-world players to adapt to the challenges—and possibilities—that come with operating in a medium that is in many ways still largely unexplored.
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The Art World Remains Overwhelmingly White — Here’s How That Can Change

The Art World Remains Overwhelmingly White — Here’s How That Can Change

The omission of people of color from the arts has resulted in devastating sociological implications, not only for the African continent and Diaspora, but for our entire modern world. This comprehensive lack of understanding of the substantial expertise that has facilitated modern and ancient culture has led to enormous discrimination, fanned by hundreds of years of oppression and cultural appropriation. It is obvious that the art world needs a major shakeup.

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Art Market Trends in Response to COVID-19

Art Market Trends in Response to COVID-19

There is no industry that has gone untouched by the widespread disruption of the coronavirus. The art world, like all other sectors, is quickly grappling with rapidly evolving challenges. Although there is no clear roadmap on how to move forward, the team at Huntington T. Block has seen a few trends among galleries, art dealers, collectors, artists, art fairs, and more that are smart to have on your radar.

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