Dec 30, 2020

How COVID-19 could have a positive impact on the art industry

Susan Schmidt drops in to talk about the markets with us. Millennials reach the age of being able to sue for age discrimination.

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Millennials have come of age – to sue for age discrimination

On January 1, the oldest millennials (by Pew Research's definition) turn 40, making them able to sue for age discrimination. Kristin Schwab has more.

Decline in art sales could actually be good for the industry, critic says

Critic and author Blake Gopnik says the market slowdown could help to bring back an appreciation of art for art's sake.
Blake Gopnik calls galleries safe places to contemplate art, contrasting them with the more sales-driven and crowded art fairs. "No one is lamenting the death of the art fair," he says.
Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images for Barbican Art Gallery

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