On September 4th, Freya Stewart will be speaking in conversation with Financial Times reporter Melanie Gerlis at The Art Business Conference. As the leading global platform for the discussion of current issues in the art market, Freya is delighted at the opportunity to offer her insight into art lending and the future potential it holds.
In a recent interview, Philip Hoffman was asked by the New York Observer to impart his knowledge on art advisory and lending, drawn from his own twenty years of experience. As Philip explains, "Smart people would build an art collection with an advisor who understands how to make money, and they can buy art that they love and make a lot of money at the same time."
Philip Hoffman was asked by Billionaire Magazine to tackle the issue of gender disparity in the art market. In this piece, he not only recognises the stark reality for women in the art world, but also celebrates those who are fighting for equality.
With ninety national pavilions, two group exhibitions in the Giardini and Arsenale respectively, and over twenty collateral exhibitions, there is an overwhelming amount of art to see at this year’s 58th edition of the Venice Biennale.
From the 49th edition of Art Basel to a site visit to a project space in a former butcher's shop, Jonathan Levy encapsulates the varieties of contemporary art around this year's Art Basel in Switzerland.
Upon his visit to Hong Kong during Art Basel week, Henry Little discovers the widespread flourishing of publicly-oriented spaces for contemporary art, including Tai Kwun, Axel Vervoordt, and Pierre Huyghe.
2019 saw the highly anticipated launch of Frieze LA, and Morgan Long was eager to attend. Her informative Frieze LA Diary discusses the history of the artists, as well as celebrates their achievements.