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A Brief Look at the North Korean Art Market With Jane Portal of the Boston MFA

by Corinna Kirsch on May 2, 2014
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On collecting and purchasing North Korean art.

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Seven Surprising Ways the Internet Has Screwed the Art World?

by Corinna Kirsch on April 18, 2014
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Art F City Editor Corinna Kirsch responds to “The Seven Surprising Ways the Internet Has Screwed the Art World.”

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Carlos A. Rivera on the Rise of ArtRank (Formerly Known as Sell You Later)

by Corinna Kirsch on March 21, 2014
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I chatted with Carlos A. Rivera about his involvement in the art world, Sell You Later’s short history, and what’s in store for ArtRank.

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Highlights from the Artprice Contemporary Art Market Report

by Corinna Kirsch on October 10, 2012
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What happens to the wealthy is what happens to the rest of the art world. At least, that’s what Artprice’s annual contemporary art market report suggests. Every October, Artprice publishes The Artprice Annual Report, a whopping 140-page document about trends in the contemporary art market; they look at art auction records,then talk to dealers and anybody else managing multi-million-dollar art sales to come up with a sense of the health of the market as a whole. We disagree, knowing that what happens at the auction houses doesn’t trickle down to the rest of the art world; for all its flaws, though, we enjoy reading this thing.

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Welcome to Art Market Boom 2.0 | The New York Observer

by Paddy Johnson on September 7, 2011

Welcome to Art Market Boom 2.0 | The New York Observer – “With so much money flowing into the art world today, it should be a time of diverse and far-reaching experiments and innovations, and alternative spaces should be vigorously expanding. Instead, that money appears to be flowing into the same few hands, supporting the […]

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