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22 articles taggés "Crisis"
Art Paris: An Unexpected Success
This 22 nd edition will go down as a red-letter day, when the event's weak point, in being essentially a French affair, became a strength in the context…
Viewing Rooms: Assessing the Model
As a new season of online fairs begins, what initial conclusions can we draw from these alternative platforms?
Artprice: Analyzing 20 Years of Contemporary Art
The French database attests to contemporary art’s encroachment on the auction market over two decades.
Art Market Overview: China in Difficulties
The Chinese art market has been hit hard by the health crisis: as indicated by Artprice, auctions in Hong Kong were suspended until July, while on…
Art Market Overview: In New York, the Impossibility of Rent Reductions
In 2020, the city’s galleries have fallen victim to an insoluble crisis.
Small Fairs in Paris: A Determined Resistance
Despite the cancelation of the FIAC , several Paris fairs were held in the capital between October 15 and 25. While not always successful in terms…
Art Market Overview: Small American Galleries in Trouble
The Art Newspaper magazine looked at how small American art galleries are surviving the Covid-driven crisis, given the freezing of the second federal…
PAD: Banking on Digital
Hard hit by the first lockdown, postponed in May and then moved to the FIAC dates from October 19 to 25, the art and design fair is forced to go digital…
Hidde van Seggelen: TEFAF Online In Perspective
At the end of the famous fair's first online edition, which replaced the New York event in the fall, the Dutch president of the Foundation, who is…
Fine Arts Paris in the Digital Age
The fair’s organizers are moving it online because, in the absence of physical contact, that is the only space left where dialog remains possible.…
Mini-Fairs Are Thriving During the Health Crisis
The paralysis affecting big events is encouraging some gallery owners to launch their own projects: a fitting approach fostering a return to the local…
Fine Arts Paris 2020: "Online Only"
After four years of brisk growth, Fine Arts Paris , like other fairs, went online due to Covid-19. Here is an assessment.
BRAFA in the Galleries: An International Fair
The Belgian government’s anti-Covid restrictions have not prompted the cancellation of BRAFA. However, the Brussels eclectic fair will take place not…
BRAFA is Coming to a Location Near You…
If you don't go to BRAFA, it will come to you! The Brussels art fair is taking place in galleries, online and on video in response to the health crisis.…
BRAFA in the Galleries: A Satisfying Edition
In a climate that is uncertain, to say the least, BRAFA has signed off on a successful 66th edition. Though there was no miracle formula for the Brussels…
Emmanuel Perrotin and Coronavirus
His ‘small’ business never having known a crisis, the gallerist has found himself impacted – along with the rest of the art world – by the consequences…
The Art Market by UBS and Art Basel: 2020 Could Have Been Worse
A big drop, it's true, but not a collapse. The art market seems to have held up reasonably well in the face of Covid 19, according to The Art Market…
Art Brussels Week: A Fair Without the Fair
Fairs are still off the agenda in Belgium, so Art Brussels Week 2021 had to reinvent itself and design a new format at the last minute.
Welcome Back, Paris Gallery Weekend!
Nearly 130 galleries will participate in the eighth four-day Paris Gallery Weekend—a record reflecting the vibrancy of the Paris art scene and dealers’…
The Auction Market's Phoney Crisis
Despite the pandemic, the auction market has not collapsed, and the first quarter of 2021 even broke records: a euphoria now confirmed by the traditional…
Market: France Salvages Something from 2020
France has done fairly well despite the global decline in public sales. In its assessment, the Conseil des Ventes (French Sales Council) focuses on…
Against All Odds, Art Basel Will Take Place
Following Art Paris , Photo London and the Armory Show, it is Art Basel’s turn to return to the fray from September 23 - 26.
A Solid Investment: The Hermès 'Himalaya' Birkin Bag
The Waltz of Sculptures, from the 18th Century to Camille Claudel
A Spectacular Folly in the Form of a Chinese Pagoda
Camille Bryen, the Forgotten Glory of Saint-Germain-des-Prés
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