Month: July 2022

Helene Love-Allotey rewrites the rules of the African art market – ARTnews.com

In museums and galleries, and on the art market, African art has become sought after. But international recognition did not happen overnight, as many might assume. Instead, it came about through the concerted efforts of African art experts like the Bonhams specialist Helene Love-Allotey. In sales at this auction house, Love-Allotey has quietly rewritten the […]

Industry Insights of Global Crypto Art Market 2022 by Top Players – OpenSea, Rarible, SuperRare, Foundation – This Is Ardee

Global Crypto Art Market The report contains 160 pages and accurate analysis including latest technologies, driving factors, challenges, market trends, government guidelines, major company profiles of key players, company revenue analysis, recent developments and strategic outlook. The research examination provides forecasts for the crypto art market to 2028. The study even helps in the cost […]

Art Industry News: Auction houses insist the art market is still on fire. Are they telling the whole truth? + 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 Tuesday, July 12. NEED TO READ Beyond Public Art Installations – Unfortunately, most public art in New York ends up in a dumpster. Dozens of commissions are awarded […]

Charming Driftwood and Clay Market and Art Studio opens, featuring local arts and crafts – Canon City Daily Record

It’s the people that make small towns unique. Cañon City, while perhaps not as small as it once was, is home to an abundance of eclectic artisans who dedicate their lives to bringing their collective works to the community. However, just as important as the resulting product is where the items appear. Driftwood and Clay […]

Charming Driftwood and Clay Art Studio and Market opens, featuring local arts and crafts – Canon City Daily Record

It’s the people that make small towns unique. Cañon City, while perhaps not as small as it once was, is home to an abundance of eclectic artisans who dedicate their lives to bringing their collective works to the community. However, just as important as the resulting product is where the items appear. Driftwood and Clay […]

Young female artists are finally getting some traction in the art market, but their predecessors remain grossly undervalued

The Art Detective is a weekly column by Katya Kazakina for Artnet News Pro that lifts the curtain on what is really current on the art market. Two female artists made their high-stakes nightly auction debuts in New York in May: One was an 82-year-old veteran with a long history of solo exhibitions, museum acquisitions […]

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