Every art collector has to start somewhere. From taking a peek at artworks that artists donate to a good cause, to finding ways to collect editions and more commercial artwork, there are many ways to develop a solid, impressive art collection on a reasonable budget. Read more →
By 2019, we’re well beyond the question of whether collectors are willing to purchase works they’ve only seen online. (Spoiler alert: They are!) The most exciting developments in the online viewing room space will doubtlessly come from galleries with the energy and resources to experiment with the form of what a virtual exhibition can be. Scott Indrisek explores how online viewing rooms function. Read more →
Authored by renowned cultural economist Dr Clare McAndrew, the annual analysis provides fresh insight into a complex market, identifying key trends and assessing the impact of wider economic shifts. Insights from the report by the Art Basel and UBS include the decade’s second-highest level of global art market sales in 2018, active buying by millennials, and growing engagement with online sales.
“Emerging artists” is a term pertinent to the art market, implying a group of artistic creators who have gained some recognition, but not yet reached a high point in their careers. While they show significant potential, not many of them will reach the highest top of success. Ana Bambić Kostov examines if it is possible to discover the next star of the art world. Read more →