Estate of the art – FT tells us what is going on in the Art Market

It’ s been a while since I saw this article. It is an excellent article that explains everything I believe is important about what is going on in the art market. It talks about low interest rates, collection strategy, aesthetics, curating, nurturing new talents, consumption, decoration and justification of wealth. All points above are key for the formation of the art market. All of them are necessary and we cannot exclude a single one. I will stop my comments here. Read the article, it really worth reading.

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News about Art, Eduction, Tech, Politics and Tech. Pedro is an ex-trader and househusband. He spends his time as a Contemporary Art Aficionado.
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3 Responses to Estate of the art – FT tells us what is going on in the Art Market

  1. Hmmmm. Food for thought.

    • Aidee says:

      “Intelligence agencies may reiucrt students before, during, or after studying abroad. Some countries allows students to study abroad and gather foreign business and technological data instead of performing compulsory military service. For example, the Japanese government has ordered someJapanese graduate students in the United States to report on scientific developments or face having their scholarships terminated. China’s conduct is perhaps even more brazen. They are suspected of routinely sending visiting scholars, business delegates, and students to the United States in an orchestrated effort to infiltrate companies and eventually bring back valuableinformation and trade secrets to China.59 Predictably, Chinese officials consistently deny charges of economic espionage.”Ακούει κανείς; Εμείς τι κάνουμε;

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