13 Asia-based art collectors crack 2012 ARTnews global top 200


A comparatively low number of Asia-based collectors in the 2012 ARTnews top 200 list may indicate that the Asian region still has a lot of potential for art market growth.

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Professional “art bubble”: Who is in it and what do they do?


In an article for the New Zealand Herald on the re-launch of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Janet McAllister comments on the dubious relationship between art and money.

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Photograph display and archiving, which plastic is best? Resource alert


Archival Methods News has published a few top tips to help collectors, gallerists and artists hone in on that perfect solution within the range of options available.

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What is ahead for contemporary Asian art, 2012 and beyond? Part IV


In this final installment of our ‘trends in contemporary art’ series, we look at how collectors are adapting to the era of information technology and increased interconnection.

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Must-know global art trends from 6 art professionals – The Miami Herald


The Miami Herald questioned six art professionals on their views on global art trends. We summarise the main points from the article and supplement them with thoughts of our own.

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Habits of 7 top collectors – Wall Street Journal


A recent article published in The Wall Street Journal gives us a rare peek into the minds and habits of seven top collectors and the strategies that they are employing.

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How to preserve art ephemera – resource alert


Art ephemera can be valuable as research material and as collectibles in their own right. We link to a short article that offers some tips on how to preserve these essential objects.

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