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Conversations | The Art Market in 2023: Collecting in Brazil

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Márcio Botner, co-founder, partner and director, A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro
Thiago de Paula Souza, curator and educator, São Paulo and Berlin
Luisa Strina, gallery owner, Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo
Moderator: Oliver Basciano, writer, São Paulo and London

The Brazilian art market is the largest by size in Latin America. With president Lula’s government reinstating the ministry of culture and increasing funding to the arts, how is the market developing? This panel examines shifts in the Brazilian art scene since the beginning of 2023 through the voices of gallerists, collectors, and experts. Has a renewed prioritization of the arts already had a measurable impact?

Pedro Barbosa, a former bond trader, launched the Coleção Moraes-Barbosa (CMB) in 1999. The collection includes both global and local artists, and is focused on conceptual art and video. The 20,000 items of printed matter that form part of the collection are used as research material by artists, curators, and researchers. CMB also has a project space in São Paulo that showcases artists and projects from the collection. Pedro Barbosa is a board member of EAI (Electronic Arts Intermix), KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, and the Media and Performing Art Committee at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Read more: https://www.artbasel.com/stories/conversations-the-art-market-in-2023-collecting-in-brazil

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Expo Chicago 2024 Proves City Is Strong Player On Global Art Stage

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In its first year as part of the Frieze network—which also acquired the Armory Show in 2023—Expo Chicago managed to balance its notably friendly Chicago atmosphere with a strong showing from the global art market. This past Sunday, Expo concluded the 11th edition of its annual four-day fair, with over 35,000 visitors and robust sales from 170 galleries representing 29 countries and 75 cities.

“In our 11th edition of Expo Chicago, we are grateful to now be part of the Frieze family,” said Tony Karman, President and Director of Expo Chicago. “There was a tangible sense of excitement around this year’s edition, a sentiment echoed by our patrons and gallerists, translating into strong sales and an energized atmosphere at the fair and throughout the city.”

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/juliabrenner/2024/04/17/under-new-ownership-expo-chicago-2024-showed-the-city-as-a-strong-player-on-the-global-art-stage/

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Art Busan to focus on local, global markets

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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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Seven Takeaways from The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2024

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The global art market totaled USD 65 billion in 2023, contracting by 4 percent year-over-year but remaining above its USD 64.4 billion pre-pandemic high, according to The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2024, authored by Dr. Clare McAndrew, the founder of Arts Economics. The report can be downloaded for free here.

The market was constrained by factors including thinning sales at the highest price levels, high inflation and interest rates, an ongoing war in Ukraine, a new war in the Middle East, and uncertainty about economic growth in China. Those surveyed for the report also cited higher costs for things such as logistics and rent.

Here are seven key takeaways from The Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2024.

Read more: https://www.luxuo.com/culture/art/seven-takeaways-from-the-art-basel-and-ubs-global-art-market-report-2024.html

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