A New Art from Emerging Markets

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A New Art From Emerging Markets sets out to introduce and examine three types of emerging market for contemporary art: the very recently established, the maturing and the mature. In temporal terms, the youngest are no more than five years old; the maturing, fifteen years old; and the mature up to twenty:&ndashfive years old. But time is only one measure of the market, because size and speed of growth provide other means of establishing where the market is placed. Written accessibly and engagingly for general ...
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Overview

A New Art From Emerging Markets sets out to introduce and examine three types of emerging market for contemporary art: the very recently established, the maturing and the mature. In temporal terms, the youngest are no more than five years old; the maturing, fifteen years old; and the mature up to twenty:&ndashfive years old. But time is only one measure of the market, because size and speed of growth provide other means of establishing where the market is placed. Written accessibly and engagingly for general readers as well as art professionals and investors, the book presents emerging art:&ndashmarket scenarios, often with recourse to past markets, that offer the collector, investor, speculator, observer and culturally interested individual an insight into where the new markets are and how they are likely to develop
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781848220195
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 4/28/2010
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr Iain Robertson is Head of Art Business Studies at Sotheby's Institute of Art, London. He is art- market editor and feature writer for The Art Market Report and adviser to the Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong. His previous publications include Understanding International Art Markets and Management (2005) and The Art Business (2008, co-edited with Derrick Chong).
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Table of Contents

Preface 7

Acknowledgements 9

Chapter 1 Introduction: All change in the art market 11

Chapter 2 The East Asian Democracies: Taiwan, South Korea and Japan 25

Chapter 3 Greater China 55

Chapter 4 The Persianate world: Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan 97

Chapter 5 Hindustan: India 131

Chapter 6 South East Asia: Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and Malaysia 161

Chapter 7 The offshore art exchanges: Hong Kong, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates 185

Bibliography 200

Index 206

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