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Culture According to a new report, global art sales fell by 11 percent in 2016, marking the market’s lowest point since the global financial crisis

Art sales tumble due to political and economic uncertainty

According to a new report, global art sales fell by 11 percent in 2016, marking the market’s lowest point since the global financial crisis

By: Callum Glennen
Culture Art collecting is no longer just for individuals – it can set a company apart, create office harmony, and build brand identity

Art enriches the workplace and can be a useful investment for employers

Art collecting is no longer just for individuals – it can set a company apart, create office harmony, and build brand identity

By: Fabienne Nicholas, Head of Consultancy, Contemporary Art Society
Culture Chinese art is experiencing a surge in popularity around the globe. While capitalising on this new trend, Jorge Welsh Works of Art is staying true to its original vision

Jorge Welsh brings culturally important Chinese art to Europe

Chinese art is experiencing a surge in popularity around the globe. While capitalising on this new trend, Jorge Welsh Works of Art is staying true to its original vision

By: Jorge Welsh, Founder, Jorge Welsh Gallery
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Culture Sales of photographic film have been steadily rising over the last few years, with professionals and amateurs alike rediscovering the artistic control offered by manual processes and the creative satisfaction of a physical end product

Film photography makes a stunning comeback

Sales of photographic film have been steadily rising over the last few years, with professionals and amateurs alike rediscovering the artistic control offered by manual processes and the creative satisfaction of a physical end product

By: Temoor Iqbal
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Profiles That the announcement of Patricia Barbizet as the new CEO of Christie’s was treated as a surprise shows how far the business world still has to go. Her abilities are undeniable and her record speaks for itself

Patricia Barbizet

That the announcement of Patricia Barbizet as the new CEO of Christie’s was treated as a surprise shows how far the business world still has to go. Her abilities are undeniable and her record speaks for itself

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Culture Fine art is increasingly considered a wise investment option, though the rigours of managing a collection often deter would-be investors

ArtBanc’s CMS system allows art collection without the drama

Fine art is increasingly considered a wise investment option, though the rigours of managing a collection often deter would-be investors

By: Scott Barnes, CEO, ArtBanc
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Featured The value of art as a financial asset is debatable. However, many firms spend large amounts amassing collections. The reasons for this go deeper than mere financial speculation

Why big corporations are falling for art

The value of art as a financial asset is debatable. However, many firms spend large amounts amassing collections. The reasons for this go deeper than mere financial speculation

By: Jules Gray
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Culture A priceless haul of invaluable art thought to have been destroyed by the Nazi’s has recently been uncovered in Germany, raising questions about if and how artefacts are returned to their rightful owners or their heirs

Cornelius Gurlitt and the complexities of rehoming Nazi-looted art

A priceless haul of invaluable art thought to have been destroyed by the Nazi’s has recently been uncovered in Germany, raising questions about if and how artefacts are returned to their rightful owners or their heirs

By: Rita Lobo
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Culture Taschen's book about Fritz Kahn is bringing one of the most inventive thinkers of the 20th century into the public's consciousness

Fritz Kahn: Taschen’s portrait of the author and scientist

Taschen’s book about Fritz Kahn is bringing one of the most inventive thinkers of the 20th century into the public’s consciousness

By: Jo Caird
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Culture It’s been 100 years since the Dublin Lockout – the same year the city’s first public art gallery opened. Now, a number of art exhibitions are commemorating that troublesome era

The Dublin Lockout: Divided no more

It’s been 100 years since the Dublin Lockout – the same year the city’s first public art gallery opened. Now, a number of art exhibitions are commemorating that troublesome era

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Culture Warsaw’s contemporary art scene has undergone an incredible transformation in recent years and is thriving like never before. We pay a visit to some of the best museums in the capital

Poles apart

Warsaw’s contemporary art scene has undergone an incredible transformation in recent years and is thriving like never before. We pay a visit to some of the best museums in the capital

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Culture Despite never taking interest in commercial success, Carl-Henning Pedersen produced a vast and compelling body of work in his lifetime: worthy of a centenary show, finds Jo Caird

A century of dreaming

Despite never taking interest in commercial success, Carl-Henning Pedersen produced a vast and compelling body of work in his lifetime: worthy of a centenary show, finds Jo Caird

Culture Paul Gauguin has long been regarded as a leading modernist. Here we look at why he wasn’t fully appreciated until after his death

Into unknown lands

Paul Gauguin has long been regarded as a leading modernist. Here we look at why he wasn’t fully appreciated until after his death

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Monet and Picasso works stolen from Dutch museum

The raid took place yesterday at dawn, and is the biggest art heist in the Netherlands since 1991 when 20 paintings were stolen (and soon …

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Culture Jo Caird on the legacy of Raphael’s masterpiece, which is being celebrated in Germany, and highlights some exhibitions of note around Europe this season

Sistine Madonna turns 500

Jo Caird on the legacy of Raphael’s masterpiece, which is being celebrated in Germany, and highlights some exhibitions of note around Europe this season

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