Global Africa Art Market Reports
The other requirement of the internal market for art is training which is crucial. “Among the 100 African artists who have recorded the largest number of works sold, 62 have gone through arts schools …”, said Macky Sall, citing the “Africa Art Market Report 2015″.” Excerpt from the speech of H.E. Pdt Maky Sall of Senegal at the opening ceremony of the Dakar Biennale 2018. Reported by Ibrahima Ba & Maguette Guèye Diedhiou
In the wake of reports that recent auctions sputtered in New York, London and Moscow, one region seems to defy the gloomy trends (…). The net result of all these commas and zeroes? For the African art world, beaucoup millionaires could very well translate into a massive expansion of the continent’s art market.” Christian Viveros-Fauné
the Africa Art Market Report brings a rare perspective on the state of the market for modern and contemporary African creation. Sweeping all regions of the continent, it analyzes the evolution of all the actors (foundations, museums, artists, galleries, collectors, etc.) under a rarely mentioned angle – that of market exchanges that govern it. It also provides a ranking of the most prominent artists. Rob Perrée, editor
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