30 December 2016

So what happened in 2016 and what to expect from 2017

Sustainability and quality are the strongest trend of all when it comes to the mass market and, what will most likely be the biggest trend for years to come. We already witnessed in the Barnebys report how the "organic" approach has a major impact on buying power, especially among the millennials. It is not just political correctness, it is more a question of how the millennials looks at consumption and have increased their demand for quality over throwaway objects. As ”quality” items can cost large sums on the high street  due to expensive materials and long costly manufacturing, the secondary market is tempting younger generations.

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21 December 2016

Bowie, Trump, Kahlo and nudes in Hull: The moments that rocked the art world in 2016

2016 was a year that continued to shock, and the art world was no exception. It was a tough one, but we've picked moments that rocked the art world this year.

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20 September 2016

Artist spotlight: Grandma Moses

Anna Mary Robertson Moses, aka Grandma Moses (1860 – 1961), was a renowned American folk artist. Moses was described by the New York Times in her obituary in 1961 as ''a tiny, lively woman with mischievous gray eyes and a quick wit, she could be sharp-tongued with a sycophant and stern with an errant grandchild.''

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1 August 2016

Art history gets an emoji makeover

Los Angeles gallery Cantor Fine Art has created a delightful series of emojis inspired by important figures and artworks from art history.

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