“One of the most prevalent ones is that an auction house is an exclusive place that is accessible only to a select few. In fact, the opposite is true!” says former Christie´s specialist in Impressionist & Modern Art Anna Povejšilová.
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.
Art historian Dávid Fehér explains the importance of the work of this Hungarian artist, teacher and curator, who recently had a comprehensive retrospective at the Tate Modern.
Is there a recipe for the perfect storm? The ideal tick-list to ensure your artwork is positioned at the higher end of the price bracket recorded for its artist? Unfortunately, it´s not as simple as that and Bojana Popović explains why.
The international market has seen a return to a level between 2009 and 2010, the years of the last major recession. However, the situation is much better than expected at the beginning of the pandemic.
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.
“Every day we are to a great extent surrounded by homogeneous areas with sharp, unfriendly edges. Art can nicely balance out this visual experience for us.”
“To reach truly international level, the local art scenes need to invest in attracting and encouraging new and existing collectors to support their artists and galleries.”