As the outbreak of COVID-19 intensified, the UK art market, an inherently international industry, which thrives on both its domestic and global events, felt the unprecedented effects. Despite this, the art market has proved a very resilient and flexible industry finding new and innovative ways to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances we are finding ourselves in.
Art Law & More brings you A View from the Market, a series of Q&As with figures from different realms of the art world as we uncover how they have been adapting to the new normal, their reflections on how COVID-19 could change the future of the art market and the great importance of art and creativity.
We continue the series with Preston Benson, Managing Director of Cromwell Place. Cromwell Place is a membership organisation offering a first-of-its-kind exhibition and working space in central London which opened in Autumn 2020.
Read our Q&A with Preston Benson, Managing Director of Cromwell Place here.
Read our Q&A with Harvey Cammell, Deputy Chairman at Bonhams UK here.
Read our Q&A with arts barrister, Andrew Bruce here.
Read our Q&A with Sarah Hardy, the Curator-Manager of the De Morgan Foundation here.