Online: wä dé

With its mix of black and white studio shots, vintage color analog prints, and film stills and recordings, wä dé is a visual archive of Sub-Saharan Africa that comes to […]

Slow Fashion in the Art Market

The Art market for the arts of Africa, Oceania and the Americas is going through a crisis due to a loss of confidence on the part of collectors. The origin of the buyer’s uncertainty is well known: worries about the provenance and acquisition history of the pieces, concerns about having to repatriate artworks, awareness of the risk of buying a fake, etc. Despite this difficult climate, some auction houses continue to break sales records in those fields. However, these records are almost only concentrated on well-defined types of objects, originating from few different cultures, well-known to collectors.

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