Jun 01, 2020
Carmen Herrera’s Untitled Estructura (Red), 1962/2018 in Lisson Gallery’s app © Lisson Gallery
Galleries and the art fairs they previously attended have had to accelerate their online presence more than any other area of the art business. Demand to create time-based online viewing rooms has skyrocketed, and for some it’s been a Damascene moment.
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Mar 17, 2020
Many in the art world say an online viewing room cannot replace the firsthand experience of encountering a painting or a sculpture in person. But collectors have grown comfortable buying based on PDF images of artists they know from galleries they trust. Both galleries and auction houses have even made some significant sales based on images posted on Instagram. And when visiting a work of art becomes impossible, a digital substitute is better than not seeing the art at all.
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Feb 10, 2020
Gagosian—one of the more traditional and established galleries in the art world—is figuring out how to sell high-end art online.
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Oct 29, 2019
Philosophical and political divergences between artists and patrons are hardly new... Few dealers can afford to pick and choose. “It’s easy to be on your high horse when your profit margins are good,” said one New York art dealer, who requested anonymity. “But people hop off the horse and walk next to it when money gets tight.”
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Sep 30, 2019
The art industry is at a crossroads. Never before have more people been engaged with art, thanks to the rise of digital channels and social media. Yet the market has largely stagnated over the past decade, and the number of artworks trading hands has decreased. As value has concentrated at the top of the market and costs have risen, galleries and auction houses are looking for new ways to ensure their businesses survive and thrive, to support artists, and to help connect collectors with artworks they love.
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Sep 25, 2019
The art industry is at a crossroads. Never before have more people been engaged with art. Yet over the past decade, the market has largely stagnated and the number of artworks trading annually has decreased. Galleries and auction houses are looking for new ways to survive and thrive, with online sales receiving increased attention, given the significant opportunity to connect with and cultivate new collectors. Read Full Story via Artsy
Aug 21, 2019
Lessons from 2008 provide insight into what happens to the art market during a recession. Were a new one to hit, here’s what the art world should expect.
Jun 18, 2019
The Art Basel is one of the top-selling international art fairs. Yet among the record-breaking sales, not all dealers are profiting from the hype.
Jun 12, 2019
As Art Basel opens to VIPs, dealers and collectors break down the pros and cons of making prices for artwork easily accessible.
Source : artnet News-Eileen Kinsella
May 22, 2019
An art dealer worries that large donations by collectors and gallery owners are influencing what works museums display.
Source : The New York Times