Development of the art market in Ukraine: towards the competitiveness of Ukrainian artists under the conditions of informatization of society
The aim of the article is to analyze the key features of the modern art market in the context of the digitalization of art, as well as to study the potential for further development and dissemination of online trade in art. The study concluded that the Internet and cyberspace provide new opportunities for artists to make the global art trade more universal and efficient, and for artists themselves to be more competitive in the art market. The scientific novelty lies in the fact that the authors highlight the issue of digitalization of the contemporary art market and the impact of this phenomenon on the formation of the competitiveness of Ukrainian artists in these conditions. The practical significance of the study is that the authors analyzed and highlighted the most significant changes in the art market in Ukraine under the influence of digital technologies that affect the competitiveness of domestic artists. The authors emphasize that the modern world market of art objects is actively developing and is reformed through the introduction of modern digital technologies, remains reliable for investment. The authors note that the market of works of art, as a significant part of world culture, in which such a social and cultural phenomenon as the art market, is a system of relations between creators, distributors (dealers, art consultants), and consumers of artistic products. are realized through commodity-money relations, and the biggest obstacle to the further growth of the art industry is the lack of trust between the parties to the agreements and their transparency in the art market.
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