Reprint

Global Art Market in the Aftermath of COVID-19

Edited by
November 2022
214 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5992-6 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5991-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Global Art Market in the Aftermath of COVID-19 that was published in

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

Although the global art market has often been resilient to international economic and political events, it has recently faced some of its biggest challenges under the influence of COVID-19. Among others, the pandemic and the accompanying restrictive administrative measures taken by world governments have significantly influenced such key economic indicators as gallery employment, art sales, and the organization of international art fairs. The Special Issue "Global Art Market in the Aftermath of COVID-19" studies various economic, social, and political impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the global art market’s current state and future evolution.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
external shocks in the art markets; primary art market; gallerists; artists; COVID-19; Portugal; Spain; Brazil; art galleries; art market; digital technology; multi-channel strategy; business model innovation; art market; COVID-19; forecasts; valuation studies; sociology of art; artworks; visual arts; TikTok; feminism; female artists; gatekeeper; contemporary art; social media; Millennials; Gen Z; art market; COVID; art market; COVID-19; pandemic; ethnography; United Arab Emirates (UAE); Art Dubai; Alserkal Avenue; Sotheby’s Dubai; virtual exhibitions; Abu Dhabi Art; post-COVID-19 art market; Patachitra; scrolls; Patuas; folk art; pandemic; storytelling; singing pictures; living heritage; cultural industries; precariousness; precariat; precarity; art market; art market; public auction; auction house; live auctions; online auctions; online only auctions; 2008–2009 financial crisis; 2016 crisis; COVID-19 crisis; coronavirus; NFT; non-fungible token; crypto-currency; online auctions; online art market; COVID-19 pandemic; expertise; value; contemporary art market; online art market; COVID-19; art economics; art and politics; Australian art market; Asian art market; inter-connected Asia; art and technology; emerging art market; art exhibitions; sociology of art; hub cities; networks; contemporary art market; online art market; digitalization; hybridization; COVID-19; editorial