Why the ‘Uber effect’ is proving elusive for online platforms
The Art Newspaper is the journal of record for the visual arts world, covering international news and events. Based in London and New York, the English-language publication is part of a network of titles founded by Umberto Allemandi with editions in Italian, French, Russian, Chinese and Greek.
Interview of the Month with C.M. Russell Art Museum
This month we discussed western US art market with Duane Braaten, Senior Art Coordinator for the C.M. Russell Art Museum . Learn about this unique Montana museum, the definition of western art and who collects the genre, their upcoming benefit auction and the future of western art in our exclusive interview: The Clarion List: What is the C.M. Russell Art Museum? Duane Braaten: Sharing Russell’s West with excellence is the vision of the C.M. Russell Museum. Located in Great Falls, Montana, the museum’s mission is to “collect, preserve, research, interpret, and educate on the art and life of Charles M. Russell; the art and lives of his contemporaries; and the art of preceding and ensuing generations that depicts and focuses on the culture, life, and country of Russell’s West.” The Russell is a major repository of art, artifacts, and archival materials associated with Charles Marion Russell and other significant Western artists. The museum is nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM). TC...
Interview of the Month with Noah Kupferman, Director at Christie's Education
The Clarion List continues our series of interviews with leading art service providers. Whether you are learning about these companies for the first time or are already familiar with their services, we hope this series helps shed insight into each’s distinct niche and make the art services market in general more transparent. This month we discussed the intersection of education and the business of art with with Noah Kupferman, Director at Christie's Education . Founded in 1978, Christie's Education provides both degree and non-degree courses about art history, connoisseurship and the art market. 1. What is the new Art Law and Business program at Christie's Education? The MA in Art, Law and Business provides training for its students combining in-depth academic coursework alongside hands-on practical training and workshops. The curriculum is designed specifically for those interested in developing or furthering a career in the business of art. Emphasizing practice over theory, the program i...
My 9 Predictions for the Art Market after the Brexit Vote
The June 23rd "Brexit" referendum decision for Britain to leave the European Union will have long-term consequences, both for the economies involved and for the art market. Only the final terms negotiated by the U.K. and the E.U. will determine what these will be. There are some near-term outcomes we can predict with some certainty.
What Germany's Strict New Regulations Mean for the International Art Market
Lempertz will move some of its Old Masters sales and most of its Asian art and antiquities sales out of Germany to the auction house it opened in Brussels in 2014, according to von Seldeneck. "It's politics forcing us out of the country," he said.
What Tech’s Unicorn Cult Can Learn from the Art World - The New Yorker
The art market offers lessons for venture capitalists in how to fight the overwhelming influence of price.
New York art dealer David Zwirner explains why he’s set his sights on Hong Kong
Zwirner’s plan to open a gallery in Central shows his belief in the strength of local demand for Western art
Uncovering the Surprisingly Secret World of Art Auctions
How did the art auctions business become a multi-billion-dollar industry? The first film in a series about the art market explores this question, leading viewers through the complex history of auctions, with specific attention to the last 20 years.