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Trends and Developments in the Art Finance Industry

By Regina de Con Cossío

Art and finance are tied together closer now than ever before. An increasing number of collectors understand the value of art as more than an attractive asset; the investment value of art collection has become an activity worth investigating further as confidence in the art market grows rapidly, along with sales. 

Of the aspects of art and finance which are growing consistently, these are some of the most widespread trends which are likely to develop and expand in the future:

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Trends in Art

10 artists to follow on Instagram

By Sybaris Collection

During this contingency, some artists have used their Instagram to develop special projects. Beyond that, we select some of the most interesting accounts on this social network, where artists use artistic possibilities to produce extraordinary pieces. Follow them right now!

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Trends in Art

The top 10 films where art plays a leading role

By Sybaris Collection

The relationship between cinema and art has produced extraordinary results. In this list, we chose 10 titles of films in which art is one of the main characters: the works dialogue with the protagonists or project transcendent meanings so that the spectator has different possibilities of interpretation. As in no other period, during the 21st century the cinema has been interested in art to establish surprising aesthetic dialogues and here we can see a sample of the most outstanding ones. The list is arranged chronologically.

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5 movies (fiction) about artists

By Sybaris Collection

The relationship between art and cinema has resulted in very attractive films. We selected 5 film titles about relevant classical artists. We take into account the importance of the character and his legacy in art, but also the aesthetic quality of films and their influence on cinema. We order them according to their year of appearance.

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Art History, Museum Highlight, Trends in Art

10 Prominent Museums to Experience Contemporary Art

By Julio Horta

In the 1940s, Peggy Guggenheim (New York, 1898; Padua, 1979) and Frederick John Kiesler (Austria-Hungary, 1890; New York, 1965) undertook the interactive project for the Guggenheim Gallery, in New York. Based on the De Stijl group’s aesthetic proposal, they built an exhibition space that would focus on the “emotional awareness” of the viewer: in other words, this Gallery would use a series of scenographic devices and montages to split the relationship between artwork and wall.

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