Now is the time to give artists a thriving wage

Paying artists properly enables them not only to meet their needs equitably but also to flourish, fostering future savings and investments within their communities

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Podcast | A brush with… Igshaan Adams

An in-depth interview with the artist on his cultural experiences and greatest influences, from Louise Bourgeois’s art to the love poems of Rumi

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Learn more about Korean art with these new books

The Korea Arts Management Service supports a wide range of publications aimed to increase and deepen knowledge of Korean art. Here are some books that have been recently published or are due to be released this year

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Where next for Korea’s booming art scene?

As South Korea’s presence in the international art world grows rapidly, we look at what makes it unique and the challenges it faces

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Sotheby's launches first fine art Sealed auction without reserve

Yayoi Kusama’s “Phantom Polka Dots of Fate, Ordained by Heaven, Were the Greatest Gift Ever for Me” to be sold by Sealed Auctions and on view in Sotheby’s New Bond Street Galleries. Success of Sealed Auctions has led to an expansion into fine art

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