Millennials are now the fastest-growing segment of collectors, purchasing and spending more than any other segment in the market. But, who are the millennials and what is the millennial generation looking for?
Marc Chagall is recognised internationally for his poetic and dreamlike art. In this article, we dive into Chagall's history and 75-year-long career, which amounted to an astounding 10,000 artworks.
Marc Chagall notoriously denied ever intentionally using symbolism in his art; however, many experts and admirers have sought to attribute meaning to his popular motifs. In this article, we explore some of the main interpretations.
What is the new generation of young millennial and Gen Z art buyers, also known as ‘Next Gen collectors’, interested in and how are they expected to force art market players to change their ways and visions for the future?
In this article, guest writer Andrea Baiguera takes a deep dive into LTArt's very own 'Untitled' (1967) by Marc Chagall.
Could fractional ownership encourage and act as an entry point for a new wave of younger buyers to invest in the art market? And, if so, does it make for a good investment?
Contemporary Art Market: What are the current trends and how do they influence the market of a specific artist?
How has fractional ownership grown during the pandemic and why is it increasingly becoming the most attractive investment option.
What do you do if you want to invest in art, but you have a budget of £10,000 or less? There are several ways you can start collecting art without breaking the bank.
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