Artnews Celebrates Launch Of 2023 Edition Of High 200 Collectors Problem

In the 19th century, as the age of coal reached its apex, artists began to discover the various dimensions of this new world, unfurling the vast potential and risks contained on this useful resource. Romantic painters like J.M.W Turner visualized its startling, grim poetry in pieces like Keelmen Heaving in Coals by Moonlight, while Impressionists like Monet intently studied the whirling beauty Art News of steam and smoke that it created. Looking back, these creative interrogations captured the anxieties and hopes of a rapidly industrializing tradition on the precipice of modernity. Ahead of the book’s launch this week, ARTnews spoke with Resch on his findings and asked about new and recurring challenges impacting artists, collectors, and gallerists as they discover themselves more and more intertwined.

Nearly a 3rd of the offerings by the city’s galleries have been for “star” artists, while a quarter was for “emerging” ones. A related trend …