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London Art Week is launching with a new online platform for Summer 2020. London Art Week Digital will take place from 3rd – 10th July 2020, with a Private View on Thursday 2nd July. The format enables London Art Week to retain its unique community of international art dealers, auction houses, museums and sponsors, all working together in the creation of a special event online. London Art Week Digital has been created to augment the...

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Fluorescent Smogg’s new online show opens for a private view on 21st May 2020 at 6-10pm, and to the general public online from 10am on 22nd May, running through to 28th June 2020. Set up by UK artist Sickboy with the aim of being “the finest quality art rendering, limited edition creating and art show production house in urban contemporary art”, Fluorescent Smogg’s next show is described as “a cutting edge, immersive group show, that...

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The leading international artist fair, The Other Art Fair, has launched a series of ‘Online Studios’ to spotlight artists across the globe currently affected by the coronavirus lockdown. In partnership with global online art gallery Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair aims to bring its postponed Spring fairs to life online. The first Guest Artist announced for 2020 is Noel Fielding. Debuting on Wednesday, April 8th, Online Studios gives art lovers around the world the...

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Like many another auction house, Lyon & Turnbull is coping with the coronavirus lockdown by taking its sales online. A sale of 19th and 20th century works of art on April 1st, the firm’s first using the ‘live online’ format, proved a success and showed that the format can work despite the technical challenges. Although held ‘behind closed doors’ in Edinburgh, the sale titled Decorative Arts: Design from 1860 attracted close to 1,400 registered bidders...

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With international dealing, online sales, complex restitution cases and issues of provenance shaking up the art market, a collector may require a good lawyer more than ever. Anetha from Arts & Collections talks to LALIVE’s art law and private client specialists to unearth the legal issues affecting the art market. Anetha at Arts & Collections: What do you believe are the main legal challenges affecting the art world at the moment? Sandrine Giroud, Art Lawyer...

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Moving and installing valuable works of art is a job best left to the experts. We talk to Convelio about the delicate issues involved. Convelio, founded in September 2017 by art aficionados Edouard Gouin and Clément Quizille, is described as a “full stack digital freight forwarder” specialising in shipping high-end and luxury goods across the world. The duo began their careers in the tech sector before discovering their passion for interior design, and now promote...

Unique in its broad international coverage of both arts and cultural events, Arts & Collections covers fine art from antiquity to modern times, auction records, a special sale preview by Sotheby’s, as well as market trends that inform collectors of the world’s finest items.

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