Global Markets and Contemporary Art
Today's contemporary art world has to come to terms with a highly unstable socio-economic context that is evolving rapidly and constantly, with the result that any analysis to establish the state of the demand and supply of artistic goods and services in a global scenario is quite complex. The supply of contemporary art is renewed and must continue to be renewed, in line with the recent requirements of demand and with economic and technological changes.
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