Modern Artistic Communications in the Development of the Art Market

Larisa Ivanovna Nekhvyadovich, Irina Valeryevna Chernyaeva and Lihang Zhihui

The study discusses the issues of communication and information processes in the modern art space and market. In contemporary art exhibitions and galleries, the latest trends emerging in art are represented. They are an intersection field of different areas of culture, art, science and education. Being one of the forms of the art market, exhibitions simultaneously influence the formation of the conditions for its functioning. Using the relevant methodology, the authors reveal the main questions of the study: Is the synthesis of various types of art the basis of a new type of artistic communication? What is the role of the curator-gallery owner in the formation of artistic communication? What are the artistic communications in the modern exhibition space? Based on the example of fine arts of European (C. Najle, T. Saraceno, Y. Kusama) and Russian artists (V. Alimpiev, S. Bratkov, S. Pakhomov, A. Kutovoi, E. Koshelev, E. Fedorichev, O. Ustinov, A. Potemkina), the methods of modern artistic communication, which play an important role in the development of the Russian art market and cultural space are studied. It is noted that a certain place in contemporary art is occupied by digital technologies in the form of art objects in the exhibition space,

Volume 12 | 05-Special Issue

Pages: 422-427

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP5/20201776