Global Art Market, regular art market
Art Market | The documentary entitled « La Ruée vers l’Art » (the Art Rush) directed by Marianne Lamour sparked controversy upon its release in France in October 2013. It explores the unrivalled passion for art in current times and offers a visual portrayal of the codes of a new jet-set of initiates; a world where the image of success stands shoulder to shoulder with magic. In the face of the regular market, a global market has emerged with globalization, along with specific practices. Markers and perspectives.
Focus on global art market
The development of the art market has always been influenced by geopolitical fluctuations and major transformations in business. From the Renaissance in the 18th century and the Industrial Revolution to the advent of the bourgeoisie, modernity to post-war American supremacy, collections have been built, dismantled and then built again.
The art market has undergone radical transformation in recent years. The Internet and technological revolution have made structural changes to promotions and transactions; something that currently changes by the minute.
It has followed transformations to the global economy that began in the 80s : the Reagan and Thatcher years, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the crumbling […]
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