Table of contents
Creators in the Market: Artists Between Aesthetics, Critique, and Trade
Artistic Career Paths: Trajectories and Inequalities in the Market
The Economy of Idiosyncrasy: Art Dealers and the Commodification of Individuality
Marketable Art: Galleries and Gallery Owners as Central Intermediaries
Market Assessments: The Increasing Role of Art Rankings
Features of the Art Market in Advanced Capitalism: From Established to New Patterns?
About this book
This edited collection offers an in-depth analysis of the complex and changing relationship between the arts and their markets. Highly relevant to almost any sociological exploration of the arts, this interaction has long been approached and studied. However, rapid and far-reaching economic changes have recently occurred.
Through a number of new empirical case studies across multiple artistic, historic and geographical settings, this volume illuminates the developments of various art markets, and their sociological analyses. The contributions include chapters on artistic recognition and exclusion, integration and self-representation in the art market, sociocultural changes, the role of the gallery owner, and collectives, rankings, and constraints across the cultural industries. Drawing on research from Japan, Switzerland, France, Italy, China, the US, UK, and more, this rich and global perspective challenges current debates surrounding art and markets, and will be an important reference point for scholars and students across the sociology of arts, cultural sociology and culture economy.
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- DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-39013-6
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- Series Print ISSN 2569-1414
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