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“In recent years, I have been very impressed by Bulgarian contemporary art scene. Much has been achieved in big parts through initiatives and the work of female protagonists.”
During the six-month programme, our group of EduArt lovers learned about the international art market from six renowned specialists through online group sessions and experienced art first-hand at various locations in Prague.
Art collector Branislav Radeljic talked to us about his passion for art and explained what art collecting means to him.
Leading expert on the Czech art market and the author of the ART+ annual report, Jan Skřivánek, revealed the key findings of 2020. Despite the pandemic, collectors spent more than a billion crowns at auctions last year. Two price records for Czech artworks were set.
Artnet News has informed us about a new book by Pierre Lemarquis explaining how we need "medicine that’s a little artistic."
The art market follows rules of its own, independently of other markets. Therefore, art offers a unique way to diversify a wider investment portfolio. The advantage of art is that unlike graphs and tables, you can enjoy it and perhaps form a personal and emotional connection with it.
„I am quite confident that many people will be ready to travel in order to visit art events once they become easily accessible again. Nothing will replace seeing and experiencing art in the flesh.”
“Now is the right time to rethink current art business strategies in Central Europe, a region still predominantly focused on national markets with few international interactions,” mentioned Anna Povejšilová and Barbora Půlpánová in their opinion piece for the Aspen Institute Annual Conference Booklet.