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Christof Habres obviously enjoys the Art-o-rama in Marseille, which he expresses at Parnass: "This year's Art-o-rama presents 59 international exhibitors - 40 art galleries and 19 design galleries. It is remarkable that exhibitors from Mexico to Georgia to Korea have found their way to Marseille, but no exhibitor from Germany is listed - whereas three have travelled from Vienna (City ... read more
The story of the CHART art fair in Copenhagen is one of success, writes Annegret Erhard in the WeLT: "Courage and self-confidence paid off. Not only were collectors from the Nordic countries interested, international attention also grew - together with the general enthusiasm for Copenhagen as a cultural and economic centre of Scandinavia." Ursula Scheer describes the fair in the ... read more
The reckoning comes at the end, and Ukraine is prudently keeping records, including of art owned by sanctioned Russians, Ursula Scheer reports in the FAZ: "The country's National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NACP) has compiled the database, which is open to further reports, under the heading 'War & Art'. It is intended not ... read more
The third and last part of the half-year review is about everything in the art market that is not an art fair or auction, in other words, the essentials.After half a century, the Michael Werner Gallery in January is turning its back on Cologne, reports Andi Goral at report-K: "Michael Werner is concentrating on his gallery space in Berlin at ... read more
The second of three parts of the half-year review is devoted to art fairs, with Asia once again taking centre stage.Christioph Hein points out in the FAZ that attempts to establish Singapore as an art marketplace have so far been less fortunate: "On several occasions, the prescribed establishment of an art market has been rather miserable: The gallery district Gillman ... read more
The second year of war does not bode well not only for the people of Ukraine, but also for the global economy and the art market. In the first part of the three-part half-year review, the focus is on the auction industry. Here, many observers are pinning their hopes on Asia.Young art buyers from Asia are becoming increasingly important for international auctioneers, Ursula Scheer writes ... read more