- Nov 29 2022
- 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Trends at the art market- The post-pandemic era
We may all have been anticipating that, after months of Covid disruption in 2020, things would surely get back to normal in 2021… but no such luck. The pandemic continued to cause upheaval in global markets last year, and art was no exception. Travel restrictions had significant consequences, such as the reshuffling of the fair calendar, the transformation of auctions and the continued refinement of galleries’ digital offerings.
The art market proved startlingly resilient, with auction houses staging some of their most lucrative sales. The Mei Moses All Art Index, which tracks re-sales of artworks at auction, registered a 17% increase in the value of art across categories – the highest year-on-year since the financial recovery in 2010. Meanwhile, average gallery closures did not materialize at the scale some feared.
Speaking to Sotheby’s magazine, experts look back on notable recent developments that will bear continued scrutiny in 2022.
Ikastikos Kiklos Sianti, an art space with 38 years of experience and a rich collection of paintings, silkscreens, sculptures and high aesthetic constructions, is taking the stage of Kavala Crea Center and sharing its expertise and knowledge on the art market trends today. Furthermore, an extensive list of collaborators organizes exhibitions, presentations and tributes of critical Greek artists and, therefore, can provide an excellent overview of the current market and orient the Kavala Crea Centres towards the interests of the possible art buyers to achieve better marketability of their innovative products.
Estimate time: 29/11/2022
Venue: Great Club- Kavala Crea Center