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Title The sociology of arts and markets : new developments and persistent patterns / Andrea Glauser, Patricia Holder, Thomas Mazzurana, Olivier Moeschler, Valerie Rolle, Franz Schultheis, editors.
Imprint Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

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Series Sociology of the arts.
Sociology of the arts (Palgrave Macmillan)
Subject Art -- Economic aspects.
Art and globalization.
Alt Name Glauser, Andrea.
Holder, Patricia.
Mazzurana, Thomas.
Moeschler, Olivier.
Rolle, Valérie.
Schultheis, Franz, 1953-
Description 1 online resource.
Note Includes index.
Contents 1. Introduction; Andrea Glauser, Patricia Holder, Thomas Mazzurana, Olivier Moeschler, Valerie Rolle and Franz Schultheis -- Part 1. Creators in the Market: Artists between Aesthetics, Critique and Trade -- 2. Patrick Modiano, Between the Fields of Limited Production and Large-Scale Production; Clara Levy -- 3. A Star Down-to-Earth: On Social Criticism in Popular Culture; Desiree Waibel and Robert Schafer -- Part 2. Artistic Career Paths: Trajectories and Inequalities in the Market -- 4. Art Workers, Inequality and the Labour Market: Values, Norms, and Alienation Across Three Generations of Artists; Orian Brook, Dave O'Brien and Mark Taylor -- 5. Visual Artists' Professional Situations and Trajectories Between Institutions and the Market; Pierre Bataille, Johannes M. Hedinger and Olivier Moeschler -- 6. The Art Market -- Art's Incomplete Mirror: Artistic Action's Guiding Principle and their Consequences for the Art Market; Linda Durkop-Henseling -- Part 3. The Economy of Idiosyncrasy: Art Dealers and the Commodification of Individuality -- 7. When Market Promotes Individuality: Arts in Early Modern Japan from the Macrosociological Perspective; Takemitsu Morikawa -- 8. The Art Market Facing New Connoisseurship: The Reception of Pieter Brueghel the Younger at Auction; Anne-Sophie Radermecker -- 9. Collective-Artists: Actors on the Margins of the Global Field of Contemporary Art; Severine Marguin -- Part 4. Marketable Art: Galleries and Gallery Owners as Central Intermediaries -- 10. Hierarchies and Divisions in the Subfield of Gallery Owners: A Research on Art Galleries in Milan; Anna Uboldi -- 11. Mapping the Professional Self-Concepts of Gallery Owners: A Typology; Michael Gautier -- 12. The Diffusion of Galleries in China (1991-2016); Linzhi Zhang -- Part 5. Market Assessments: The Increasing Role of Art Rankings --13. Magic Index on the Wall: Who is the Most Valuable Artist of Them All?; Nathalie Moureau -- 14. Can Contemporary Art Galleries Be Ranked? A Sociological Attempt from the Paris Case; Alain Quemin -- Part 6. Features of the Art Market in Advanced Capitalism: From Established to New Patterns? -- 15. The Art Fair Boom and its Contradictions; Erwin Single -- 16. Art Meets Capitalism: In Praise of Promising Potentialities; Denis Hanzi -- 17. The Art, the Markets, and Sociology: Concluding Remarks; Franz Schultheis.
ISBN 9783030390136 (electronic bk.)
3030390136 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1158813560
Additional Format Print version: 3030390128 9783030390129 (OCoLC)1130904275.

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