Month: June 2021

Which segment of the art market grew the most during last month’s mega-sales? We calculated the numbers

By now you’ve probably heard that the spring night art sales that took place in Hong Kong and New York last month have gone almost as well like their pre-lockdown equivalents, signaling a comeback for the art market. But the high-level totals don’t tell us much. Which market segments are the strongest coming out of […]

Art Industry News: For decades, the art market has been the Wild West. Now Congress Can Send The Sheriffs + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know on Monday, June 21. NEED TO READ Germany Unveils Benin Bronze Database – In a bid to provide more transparency about its colonial-era holdings, the German government has unveiled […]

How collectors can advocate for a more climate-friendly art market

Many high profile collectors have a platform and an audience, and they can continue the conversation about climate change. Born from the TBA21 collection of Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza in Vienna, TBA21-Academy is a contemporary art organization whose mission is to raise awareness for the preservation of the world’s oceans. For co-founder Markus Reymann, while the rise […]

Non-profit art studio closes with supplies sale and lemonade stand, summer residency still ongoing

Emily Riggert and Rachel Rushing, founders of Sunset Art Studios. Photo by Rasy Ran Sunset Art Studios has announced it’s closing its physical space in Elmwood at the end of this month, but there’s a chance to say “goodbye” this weekend. The non-profit organization was founded in 2016 by Rachel Rushing and Emily Riggert to […]

Stroudsburg’s 6th Street Art Market will showcase local music and LGBTQ+ art

An artists’ cove on one of Stroudsburg’s busiest streets will set the stage for a new display of LGBTQ+ art and live music coming from a balcony. The festivities, which begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, are part of the 6th Street Art Market, a sidewalk spectacle where you’ll also find treasures such as summer […]

Prior Lake artist Christina Keith welcomes the community to her art studio | chaska

Christina Keith is an artist, potter, teacher and now entrepreneur. Originally from Chaska and now living in Prior Lake, Keith creates one-of-a-kind pieces at her art studio, Christina Keith Studios, where she teaches and sells her work – from ceramics to paint. Passionate about art since childhood, Keith’s love and talent for the arts led […]

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