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GLOBAL ART SALES REMAIN RESILIENT IN 2023 DESPITE SLIGHT DECLINE

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Source: LUXUS

According to the annual report published by Art Basel and UBS, the global art market maintained its resilience in 2023. The study, which offers a detailed overview of trends, reveals a slowdown in high-end sales but active momentum in the lower price segments. While the United States maintains its dominant position, the rise of China is reshaping the global art landscape.

The eighth edition of the Global Art Market Report published on March 13 by Art Basel and UBS offers a detailed look at the state of the art market in 2023. The study, entitled Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report 2024, examines how the economy and geopolitics have influenced art sales, scrutinizing several key market trends over the past year. It was written by Clare McAndrew, cultural economist and founder of Arts Economics.

Read more: https://luxus-plus.com/en/global-art-sales-remain-resilient-in-2023-despite-slight-decline/

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Casablanca Art School: Bridging the gap between postcolonial and global art history

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Source: Alarabiya News

Following its acclaimed showing at Tate St Ives, organized in partnership with Sharjah Art Foundation (SAF), ‘Casablanca Art School: Platforms and Patterns for a Postcolonial Avant-Garde 1962–1987,’ the first major museum exhibition of works of the School, has now opened in Sharjah.

Curators for the show are Morad Montazami and Madeleine de Colnet for Zamân Books & Curating, with Hoor Al Qasimi, President and Director of Sharjah Art Foundation, May Alqaydi, Assistant Curator of Sharjah Art Foundation, and associate researchers Fatima-Zahra Lakrissa and Maud Houssais.

Read more: https://english.alarabiya.net/life-style/art-and-culture/2024/03/24/Casablanca-Art-School-Bridging-the-gap-between-postcolonial-and-global-art-history

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SOLDIER is shaping the future of global art with Yardland 

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Source: Culted

Lagos-born, London-based artist and creative SOLDIER has been announced as the new Art Curator of the 2024 Yardland Festival in Paris. The appointment will see SOLDIER assist the Paris-based creative ecosystem in taking in new and immersive cultural experiences. 

The festival aims to place hip-hop and African-Caribbean music at the forefront of Parisian nightlife. Since its inception, Yardland, which was born from the imagination of the creative collective Yard, has helped give members of its community the chance to connect with artists such as Travis ScottMigosA$AP Rocky, and REMA to name a few. 

Now, as Yardland makes its in-person debut, SOLDIER has been brought on board to share insights from his unique position between painting, fashion, and sculpture. The London-based artist shares a number of experiences and values with Yard, from honouring multiculturalism to supporting equality. 

Read more: https://culted.com/yardland-soldier-art-paris-fashion-music/

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Southampton University Launches Global Art VR Experience

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Source: The Mirage

Virtual reality technology with the potential to bring art exhibitions from anywhere in the world to your front room has been developed by a team from the University of Southampton.

Their aim is for any art exhibition to be incorporated into the technology, allowing users to walk around, explore and interact online.

Yuanyuan Yin, Associate Professor of Design based at the university’s Winchester School of Art (WSA), has invented the virtual reality experience.

Read more: https://www.miragenews.com/southampton-university-launches-global-art-vr-1146048/

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