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Curate a burgeoning Indian art market

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Source: The Economic Times

More Indians are putting value of the monetary kind in contemporary artworks than ever before. And much of this healthy, wealthy and wise build-up is due to more artists putting out their works in the market in a systemic manner that is far less scattershot and more visible than before. The ongoing ‘The Art of India 2024’, as well as ‘India Art Fair’ that starts tomorrow – both in Delhi – do two things simultaneously: one, bring contemporary art out into the ‘open’ for a far larger demand to be created across price slabs; two, break the barrier between established art by past masters or well-established artists – usually sought after by institutional collectors – and top-notch upcoming artists sought after by the multiplying spending classes who are increasingly appreciating the value of possessing good, contemporary art.

Much like the retail investor in the stock market, the retail art buyer in the art market is pushing up this till-now undervalued ecosystem in India. Picking up valued works by contemporary lesser-known artists push their value, quite like non-blue-chip stocks waiting to enter their ‘blue’ period. Galleries coming together under a common roof of art fairs – Delhi, by virtue of these collectives, becoming the de facto art capital – are, in a way, emulating the market dynamics of what the Paris Salon did for the 18th-19th-century European art world and artists, and the Biennales do today in more developed art markets.

Read more: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/opinion/et-editorial/curate-a-burgeoning-indian-art-market/articleshow/107301852.cms?from=mdr

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Josh Collaborates With Art Kin Centre For New Edition Of Art Market

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Source: Filmi Beat

Josh, India’s most popular short video-making app, has been a perfect platform for people to showcase their talent. It gave people across the country the opportunity to showcase their talent across genres and reach out to the audience. Besides, Josh has also been a platform to promote art. And now, this popular app has collaborated with Art Kin Centre for another edition of the art market in TT Krishnamachari Rd, Alwarpet, Chennai between June 14 to June 16.

To note, the AKC art market is a platform entirely curated for artists, artisans, crafters, bakers, homegrown brands, and more to sell directly to the audience who resonate with and buy from them. This art market not only puts the sellers at the forefront but also allows them to test the waters for their new and experimental work.

Read more: https://www.filmibeat.com/tamil/news/2024/josh-collaborates-with-art-kin-centre-for-new-edition-of-art-market-401115.html

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Art Storage Services Market (YoY) Growth Analysis | Cadogan Tate, Classic FA, LONO

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Source: NewsMag

The Art Storage Services Market 2024 report offers a wealth of informative data and valuable insights into key market components that are poised to shape the future trajectory of the market. It delves into various factors such as market size, market share, market segmentation, and significant growth drivers, providing a comprehensive understanding of market dynamics. Additionally, the report examines market competition, economic cycles, demand fluctuations, changing customer sentiments, and the presence of key companies operating within the Art Storage Services Market.

Read more: http://amore.ng/worldwide/40/art-storage-services-market-yoy-growth-analysis-cadogan-tate-classic-fa-lono/

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How Indigenous artists are holding their own in the art market

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Source: Apollo

Does the Venice Biennale affect the art market? The consensus on this non-commercial festival, which opened last month, is usually yes. In the va-va-voom 2000s it was common to see collectors snapping up works by Venice stars as soon as they could at Art Basel (for years the Venice preview ended two days before the opening of the fair). ‘See in Venice, buy in Basel’ became an often-repeated phrase.

If the conventional wisdom holds true, this year should be a good one for Indigenous artists – those who trace their ancestries to the first inhabitants of countries such as Canada, Australia, Brazil and Norway. The winner of the Golden Lion for the best national pavilion, Archie Moore, is of Kamilaroi/Bigambul heritage. His stark, black and white installation in the Australian pavilion is a memorial to the 60,000-year history of his Aboriginal ancestors. Indigenous artists Jeffrey Gibson, Inuuteq Storch and Glicéria Tupinambá also represented the United States, Denmark and Brazil respectively.

Read more: https://www.apollo-magazine.com/indigenous-artists-venice-biennale-market-jeffrey-gibson-archie-moore/

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