Business Insider spoke to London's Affordable Art Fair Director Lucinda Costello and Recent Graduates' Exhibition Curator Cassie Beadle to find out the biggest mistakes people make when buying art.
A proposed list of Chinese goods subject to tariffs published in July included art and antiquities, but the government removed them.
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The art market is in crisis, and the art fairs are largely to blame.
There are many aspects involved in the field of collection management that can make the process of insuring your collection go smoothly and minimize risk. Here are a few tips we like to share with our collectors:
Opinion: Much of today’s creative scene lives and breathes online.
The technology offers the promise of a world in which a work of art’s provenance is held on a single database—if it lives up to the hype
As the art market continues to expand in value and in geographic scope, the amount of money borrowed against art is poised to grow as well.
The Trump administration’s proposed 25 percent import duty on artworks that originated in China has alarmed museums, collectors and dealers.
The art market is opaque when it comes to pricing artworks, but these prices are often subject to discounts that can be negotiated between an art collector and dealer.
Threat of 25 per cent tariffs on Chinese paintings, sculptures, collectibles and antiques to be discussed at public hearing in United States
New tools available may change what’s required for due diligence.
Condo, a co-op exhibition project started in 2016 by dealer Vanessa Carlos, quickly showed gallerists there are alternatives to art fairs.
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