Though mention of baroque usually conjures up images of gloriously over-the-top European courts – personified by the Sun King himself, Louis XIV – a new exhibition at Tate Britain, the first of its kind, showcases baroque art and culture in Britain. Covering the later 17th century, from the restoration of Charles II in 1670 (his father Charles I had been executed in the aftermath of the English Civil War) to the death of Queen Anne in 1714, it explores the overlap between art and power in this often-overlooked era
The Salvatore Ferragamo Group, one of the global leaders in the luxury sector, released the Group’s Preliminary Consolidated Revenues for Fiscal Year 2019, which amount to 1,377 million Euros up 2.3%
Milan hosted the 18th edition of the Altagamma Observatory, which presented data from the Altagamma 2019 Worldwide Market Monitor study, carried out by Bain & Company on the luxury market
The interest in art and collectibles as part of a holistic wealth management strategy continues. Technology, changes in regulations, and social impact investing are key trends to shape the art and finance market in 2019 and moving forward.