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Art Busan to focus on local, global markets

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Source: The Korean Herald

Art Busan 2024, the largest annual art fair in Busan, will return in May, strengthening its exhibition program and locality amid a sluggish art market. The art fair also plans to tap into the global art market to expand its brand overseas.

“It is a shame that the art market is assessed on its commercial aspects, although it is understandable. We will continue to do what Art Busan can do with our own programs,” said Jeong Seok-ho, managing director for Art Busan, at a press conference in Seoul on Tuesday.

Shrugging off concerns over the state of the art market, Jeong noted that the Busan art fair is putting in its utmost effort to cement its presence, maintaining its uniqueness as a local art fair in South Korea. As part of the art fair, it plans to stage Busan Art Week for collectors, offering them a tour around the city alongside the art fair.

Read more: https://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20240402050660

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Chinese Ink Painting: The New Star of the Global Art Market

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Source: Vents Magazine

In these challenging times, Chinese ink painting is engaging with the global art market at an unprecedented speed and scale. Particularly, the works of Taiwanese artists, with their unique cultural backgrounds and creative styles, have garnered widespread attention and acclaim in exhibitions. This summer, the Vueling Onboart Exhibition became a major highlight in the global art scene. Taiwanese artists, with their distinct styles and profound impact, infused the entire exhibition with vitality and creativity.

The exhibition featured numerous international artists, including Irena Orlov from the United States, Kohlben Vodden from the United Kingdom, Veronika Slivova from the Czech Republic, Riitta Hellen-Vuoti from Finland, Akshita Lad from the United Arab Emirates, Rania Abulhasan from Kuwait, and Francis Akpata from France. These artists employed various media, such as acrylic, oil, and mixed. Notably, a group of Taiwanese artists presented traditional Chinese paintings rendered in colorful ink. The charm of Chinese ink painting transported the audience into the majestic landscapes depicted in the artworks.

Read more: https://ventsmagazine.com/2024/07/10/chinese-ink-painting-the-new-star-of-the-global-art-market/

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Art and Sculpture Market Expected to Surpass US$ 115.64 Billion by 2034 at 10.4% CAGR As Revealed In New Report

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Source: WhaTech

The art and sculpture market is a vibrant realm where creativity meets investment, offering a diverse range of pieces that captivate collectors and enthusiasts alike. With an ever-evolving landscape driven by cultural trends and individual expression, this market continues to inspire and intrigue audiences worldwide.

The art and sculpture market is expected to grow from US$ 43 billion in 2024 to US$ 115.64 billion by 2034, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.4%.

Creative expressions are in high demand as social appreciation of art and culture grows. Sales of paintings, sculptures, and antiquities are surging as a result of people’s growing attraction to art galleries, museums, and cultural events. This growing interest is a reflection of a broader understanding of the inherent worth that artistic pursuits have in enhancing our lives.

Read more: https://www.whatech.com/og/markets-research/consumer/835494-art-and-sculpture-market-expected-to-surpass-us-115-64-billion-by-2034-at-10-4-cagr

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A touch of red helps global art market boom

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Source: Yahoo Sport

Want to sell that masterpiece for a fortune? It might help if it’s red.

That’s just one trend from an art market that has come roaring back from the global financial crisis, with buyers from emerging markets such as China molding tastes and driving top-end prices ever higher.

Sales next week at London’s Sotheby’s and Christie’s auction houses are expected to generate at least 400 million pounds ($658 million) amid an insatiable global appetite for works by Picasso, Matisse and other modern masters.

Read more: https://www.yahoo.com/news/touch-red-helps-global-art-174137470.html

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