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Learn all about the story behind our pioneering Pooling Investment project, '25.000 euro', in the first part of our Q&A with the artist, Lapo Simeoni.
London Trade Art is proud to announce its collaboration with hyperrealism artist Gabriella Anouk in support of the 2021 Help for Children Gala, which celebrates 15 years of HFC’s efforts to fight child abuse in the UK.
In the second episode of The LTArt Office Tour, we guide you through the works of Laura Santamaria that are currently on display at our London headquarters.
In the first episode of The LTArt Office Tour, we guide you through the works of Diego Miguel Mirabella that are currently on display at our London headquarters.
This week, our CEO, Francesca Casiraghi, was proud to have been invited as a guest speaker on The Redhedge Podcast, created by Redhedge Asset Management LLP.
Withers dedicates to artist Titina Maselli (Rome, 1924-2005) the second episode of Withers Meets Art, curated by London Trade Art which aims to visually represent the key values of Withers through contemporary art.
Whilst the record price for a Boetti was £144,000 at the start of the new millennium, it reached £2.4 million in 2014 and £4.6 million in May 2021. It has continued to boom during the pandemic.
As NFTs continue to boom in the art market, our guest writer and NFT expert, Cameron Stubbs, answers your most frequent questions and whether he thinks the NFT market is truly in a bubble state.
Last week, the London (and international) art scene was delighted to be able to once again visit Frieze London and Frieze Masters after the pandemic had forced its doors to close. Despite its slightly slower pace, the fair delivered some interesting indications regarding future trends in the art market.