The art market has come a long way in the past two decades. During that time, global sales have quadrupled as a growing number of people embrace art as an asset class on a par with equity bonds or real estate. Along the way, art funds have emerged and found their footing as a serious investment
Whether for a gift, a wedding list or a charity project, crowdfunding has become increasingly popular over the last few years.
As part of the Contemporary African Art sale organized by Cornette de Saint Cyr in Paris on December 14, artist Kamel Yahiaoui is presenting the work Once Upon a Time on Île de Gorée. Half of the profits from the sale will be given to the Île de Gorée museum, a memorial to the Atlantic slave
Every year, a plethora of art prizes are given out, recognizing an artist’s career or supporting younger creators through their often generous endowments. They also allow us to discover new talents, who are given a chance to show in some of the world’s leading institutions. We’ve rounded up
“Give it all you’ve got” — this seems to be the overarching theme of the second edition of the most Parisian art fair of them all: Galeristes. Founded by gallerist, curator, collector and art critic Stéphane Corréard, the fair returns for the second year in a row to the Carreau du Temple
In 2005, Design Miami launched as the first satellite fair to Art Basel, before expanding to the hometown of the world’s premier art fair. Today, an average of 85,000 people attend Miami Art Week, making their way through more than 20 satellite fairs running parallel to the two main events.
Days after the record-breaking sale of Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi at Christie’s New York for $450 million, Bitcoin hit an all-time high of over $11,000. While Bitcoin remains somewhat obscure to the wider public, the virtual currency is having a more and more “real” impact. Despite
The Wrong Biennial is a unique event; it’s almost a Venice Biennale of digital art. Established six years ago, the Wrong Biennial is currently taking over both the internet, with artworks by 1,400 artists presented through 70 pavilions, and physical spaces known as embassies.