The art market has been adapting incredibly fast to the shock of 2020. The investments are flourishing in this sector, whether the macroeconomic situation is good or bad, which leads us to anticipate that there is a bright future ahead. Its ability to adapt makes the art market a particularly resilient space, responding rapidly to multiple global dynamics like digitalisation, generational transition, democratization, as well as the increase in the number of large fortunes and the world’s multipolarisation. Its accessibility to new players is obvious now. All those trends above have had an impact on the market, which seems to have little difficulty in responding to them as well as entering the world-after. Art will be soon within everyone’s reach.
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