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Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn't know who to ask

Tracking the art that came to market as the crisis struck

What happened to works that hit the block in November 2008?

By Madeline Lissner

“They can’t wait and wait because then I’ll die and it’ll cost big bucks”

Case studies: three artists from different generations

By Charlotte Burns and Julia Halperin

Mapping the numbers

Infographics of the data

By Charlotte Burns and Chelsea Perkins

“From a dealer’s point of view, there is a huge opportunity”

The combined auction value of work by African American artists is $2.2bn—just 1.2% of the global total

By Charlotte Burns and Julia Halperin

“I would have thought the needle would have moved more”

Just 2.3% of museum acquisitions over the past decade have been of work by African American artists

By Charlotte Burns and Julia Halperin

Methodology

How the Data Was Gathered and Analyzed

By Charlotte Burns and Julia Halperin

What’s the Forecast?

This Fall Season

By the AAP team

Times, They Are A Changin’

Report From the Fair Floor

By Charlotte Burns

Museums and the Market

Rumors vs. Reality

By Bernard Lagrange with Michael Klein

Breaking Down Postwar & Contemporary by Numbers

By Charlotte Burns and Joe Dunning

Records Set in the Day Sales

By Chelsea Perkins

Breaking Down Impressionist & Modern by Numbers

By Charlotte Burns and Joe Dunning

Postwar and Contemporary Analysis

By Charlotte Burns and Allan Schwartzman

Spotlight on Specific Artists’ Markets

By Charlotte Burns with Allan Schwartzman

Impressionist and Modern Analysis

By Charlotte Burns with Allan Schwartzman

Rediscovered, Aged 72

Market Analysis—Mary Corse

By Charlotte Burns

Five Overlooked Modern Artists

Radical Pioneers Ripe for Rediscovery

By Alexandra Christl