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Art and Culture
Collectors in the Covid-19 era
The virtual waltz of the galleries
The Art Market 2020: a bit of a mixed bag
Fairs and shows: how to watch your back
Géricault’s star is on the rise
Disparaged during his lifetime and mourned after his death, Géricault still haunts auction houses.
Stories in a bottle
Perfume bottles recount a wealth of many-hued stories. Here are a few of them.
Brexit: wait and see
After almost half a century of living "together", the United Kingdom stopped being part of the European Union on 1 February. London and Brussels have…
The Odiot company
Part of the silversmith aristocracy, Odiot was supplier to the Europe's leading courts, and its most outstanding achievements sometimes top the €200,000…
Bohemian painting: the new El Dorado of the art market?
Last November 30th, The Virgin and Child Enthroned by the Master of Vyšší Brod was knocked down for €6.2 M to the Filippo Benappi Gallery, working…
The Apotheosis of Carolingian Art
A tête-à-tête between Brancusi and Matisse
Jean-Luc Martinez: Bid for the Louvre!
Christo Ties Up the Pont-Neuf
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04 December 2020 - 19:13
256,000 for the James Bond gun
04 December 2020 - 18:06
Lille renounces the classification of its Vauban citadel as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
04 December 2020 - 17:11
Manifesta chooses Barcelona
04 December 2020 - 16:10
7 looted works returned to the rightful owners of Marguerite Stern
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Fine Arts Paris in the Digital Age
The fair’s organizers are moving it online because, in the absence…
The Art Market: Champion of the Circular Economy?
Between global climate and health threats, the explosion of online…
V for Vermeil
While all that glitters is not gold, vermeil is probably the material…
The new Sotheby’s is coming
Patrick Drahi bought Sotheby's for $3.7 billion, but what are the company’s prospects in a market that looks tougher than it was in 2018?
US vs China: who’s afraid of the trade war?
Trade war tariffs are just collateral damage for an art world that has greatly profited from China’s inclusion in the art trade.
Hong Kong: breaking records and windows
Hong Kong has consolidated its presence as the Asian capital of the art market, but for how long?
Is a return to the Belgian art’s “Golden Age” possible?
Belgian abstract painting enjoyed a golden age in the post-war period that ended with the country’s regionalisation. The Royal Skating Rink in Brussels…
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