Economics

Proposed Swiss law could be a major drag for Art Basel

Anti-tobacco law may affect sponsorship deal

Published online: 19 August 2014

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How much are curators really paid?

Germano Celant’s pay for Milan is at the top end of the festivals and biennials league table

Published online: 18 July 2014

Rome museum faces closure after city slashes budget

Former director of Macro says municipal funding now only amounts to €5,000 a month

Published online: 08 July 2014

The rise and rise of the superstar artists

In an extract from her new book, Georgina Adam explains how a handful of artists have become multi-millionaires

Published online: 20 June 2014

Percent for Art schemes fail to deliver

Cities across the US are neglecting to enforce a law that requires property developers to help fund public art

Published online: 13 June 2014

Hong Kong grows ever closer to China’s mega-city

The mainland’s manufacturing heartland, the Pearl River Delta, will be increasingly influential

Published online: 17 May 2014

 

Californian art world protests LA Times reporter layoff

In a heartwarming show of solidarity, the heads of 15 museums in California have rallied behind the art reporter at the Los Angeles...

 

It's tough in the middle for New York, ABMB 2013

While it's a good time to be at the very top or at the emerging end of the market, the middle tier of galleries and artists are feeling the squeeze. We ask New York's dealers and directors what are the alternatives to the mega gallery system?