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In the wake of a wave of closures, galleries are adapting to survive

... It’s how both artists and dealers mature to the next level or simply don’t lose ground that seems to be the major challenge at the moment.” In the wake of a wave of closures, galleries are adapting to survive #Commercial_galleries #Art_market #Market

In the wake of a wave of closures, galleries are adapting to survive

... exactly that.” From collaborative ventures to virtual galleries, continue on to part 2 of this story, published in the July/August 2017 issue. In the wake of a wave of closures, galleries are adapting to survive #Commercial_galleries #Art_market #Market

Tefaf New York Spring: Colour blocking at the Armory

... artists. Joan Miró’s 1955 maquette for the Unesco Plaza’s mural is available for $1.95m, while Alexander Calder’s mobile Red Crescent (1969), priced at $4.5m, hangs from the ceiling. Tefaf New York Spring: Colour blocking at the Armory #Fairs #Market

Almine Rech revisits pioneering 1933 show of African and Modern art

... label for Picasso et al, seeing them instead in search of “something more conceptual, not representing a person but more the idea of the individual, of the human”. Almine Rech revisits pioneering 1933 show of African and Modern art #News #Fairs #Market #Frieze_New_York

The past is present at Frieze New York

... $10m. The earliest work on its stand is a 1947 print by Henri Matisse. “It’s like there is a little bit of Frieze Masters here in New York,” says Lance Entwistle of the eponymous gallery. The past is present at Frieze New York #News #Fairs #Market #Frieze_New_York

What does the election mean for France’s art market?

... for the art market, however, seems ultimately limited because the Socialist party’s Hamon, the most stimulus-minded of the four candidates, is the least likely to win. What does the election mean for France’s art market? #Economics #Politics #Market

The art data arms race is on: Artnet acquires Tutela analytics

... “But given proper supervision and proper tools, I think wonderful things will happen.” • For more on how big data is poised to change the art market, see our December print edition. The art data arms race is on: Artnet acquires Tutela analytics #Market

Brexit seen as irrelevant as Frieze fairs post strong sales

... priced at around $75,000, and a small Phyllida Barlow sculpture for £50,000. Goodman Gallery sold William Kentridge’s charcoal on paper work Observer (2016) for $450,000. Brexit seen as irrelevant as Frieze fairs post strong sales #Art_fairs #Fairs #Market

No snap judgments at New York photography auctions

... new record for a photograph by Klein, chased to $62,500 by Chicago’s Alan Koppel Gallery against five other bidders. For further analysis of the photography sales, see our November print edition. No snap judgments at New York photography auctions #Market

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