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Catalogue TEFAF 2014 (including €5 service costs, excluding shipping fee)
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Catalogue TEFAF 2013 (including €5 service costs, excluding shipping fee)
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Catalogue TEFAF 2012 (including €5 service costs, excluding shipping fee)
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Catalogue TEFAF 2010 (including €5 service costs, excluding shipping fee)
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Catalogue TEFAF 2009 (including €5 service costs, excluding shipping fee)
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Catalogue TEFAF 2008 (including €5 service costs, excluding shipping fee)
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The TEFAF Art Market Report 2014 – The Global Art Market with a focus on the US and China
The TEFAF Art Market Report 2014 – The Global Art Market with a focus on the US and China. In this TEFAF report on the international art and antiques market, Dr Clare McAndrew of Arts Economics analyses the €47.4 billion global art trade in 2013. This annual survey has become the established source of data on an increasingly important economic sector, which now supports 2.5 million jobs worldwide in over 308,000 businesses. This year the emphasis is on the US, the world’s largest art market, and on China, its fastest growing rival in recent years.
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TEFAF Art Market Report 2013 - The Global Art Market with a focus on China and Brazil (only available in digital format!)

The seemingly unstoppable growth of the Chinese art and antiques market came to a halt as it shrank by almost a quarter during 2012 enabling the United States to resume its traditional place as the world’s biggest market.  TEFAF Art Market Report 2013 - The Global Art Market with a focus on China and Brazil also shows that amid slowing growth and continuing uncertainty in the global economy, the worldwide market in art and antiques contracted.

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The International Art Market in 2011: Observations on the Art Trade over 25 Years
reveals the latest trends in the market, examines the evolution of the market and identifies the major economic, technological, cultural and demographic forces which have changed the way that art is bought and sold worldwide. It also presents innovative approaches to sourcing, funding and displaying works of art and its influential participants outline how the world of tomorrow will differ from today, spelling out the implications for those buying, selling and collecting art. One of the key findings of the report is that China has overtaken the United States as the world’s biggest market for art and antiques ending decades of American domination.
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The Global Art Market in 2010: Crisis and Recovery (only available in digital format!)
Prepared by Dr. Clare McAndrew
© 2011 TEFAF
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The International Art Market 2007-2009, Trends in the Art Trade during Global Recession
A change in luxury spending habits caused by the recession has helped the international art and antiques market weather the global economic storm. This is revealed by this report commissioned by TEFAF in 2010. Wealthy buyers have been switching away from expensive cars, yachts and jets in favour of assets with long-term tangible value such as art and antiques. These 'investments of passion' have meant that, although the world market in art and antiques has suffered during the economic downturn, it has performed far better than expected. This TEFAF study examines the global art and antiques trade, focusing particularly on the period from 2007 to 2009. The research follows a major study sponsored by TEFAF in 2007/08, The International Art Market: A Survey of Europe in a Global Context, which analysed the global art trade from a macroeconomic perspective from 2002 through 2006. The report has been prepared by Dr Clare McAndrew, a cultural economist specialising in the fine and decorative art market and founder of Arts Economics.
 
© 2010 TEFAF
87 pages, in English
ISBN/EAN 978-90-75375-13-8
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Emerging Economies and the Art Trade in 2008, Globalisation and the Art Market
This research follows a major study sponsored by TEFAF in 2007/2008, The International Art Market: A Survey of Europe in a Global Context. It was carried out to investigate further the speed with which the art markets of China and the other emerging economies of India, Russia and the Middle East have developed and the impact of the new collectors from their rapidly growing economies. The study addresses some of the important issues that may shape the art market going forward in the current climate of global economic turmoil.

© 2009 TEFAF
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The International Art Market, A Survey of Europe in a Global Context
The report reveals a huge growth in the market with sales almost doubling to €43.3 billion in the four year period up to 2006. Dr McAndrew’s research also showed that, although auction houses tend to dominate newspaper headlines, dealers have a 52% share of global art sales and fairs are emerging as an increasingly important method of selling. The report has been prepared by cultural economist Dr Clare McAndrew and gives key insights into trends in the international art market.

91 pages, in English
ISBN/EAN 978 90 75375 11 4
© 2008 TEFAF
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The Art Fair as an Economic Force TEFAF Maastricht and its Impact on the Local Economy
This report examines the economic effect that international art fairs have on ancillary goods and services within the art trade and that of TEFAF Maastricht on the local economy. The survey was compiled by Jeremy Eckstein Associates.

58 pages, in English
ISBN 10 90 75375 10 7
ISBN 13 978 90 75375 10 7
© 2006 TEFAF
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The Modern and Contemporary Art Market
The study reveals the state of the modern and contemporary art market prior to the introduction of Droit De Suite in 2006 throughout the European Union. Kusin & Company examined the global resale market in modern and contemporary art in detail.The study covers 146,753 transactions in 47 countries from January 2000 to June 2004. The report’s conclusions are discussed in an accompanying commentary by Professor Victor Ginsburg, a noted specialist in the field of cultural economics.

55 pages, in English
ISBN 90 75375 09 3
© 2005 TEFAF
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Art Market Matters (only available in digital format!)
A compilation of essays, written by distinguished authors, on the theme of the art market and its interaction with the world of the arts in general. They highlight the often underestimated contribution that art dealers have made towards art historical scholarship; the key role played by the art market in disseminating new artistic ideas; how museums relate to the market and the close ties between artists and dealers.

72 pages, in English
ISBN 90 75375 08 5
© 2004 TEFAF
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The European Art Market in 2002, in English (only available in digital format!)
A detailed survey of the European art market in 2002, carried out by Kusin and Company. The report was commissioned by TEFAF with the support of the BAMF, le SNA and CINOA and shows that, although Europe accounts for 45% of the €26.7 billion global art market, its share since 1998 has declined by over 7% in favour of the U.S. The report attributes much of this decline to EU regulations, which have undermined European competitiveness.

56 pages, in English
© 2002 TEFAF
ISBN 90 75375 06 9
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The European Art Market in 2002, in German
A detailed survey of the European art market in 2002, carried out by Kusin and Company. The report was commissioned by TEFAF with the support of the BAMF, le SNA and CINOA and shows that, although Europe accounts for 45% of the €26.7 billion global art market, its share since 1998 has declined by over 7% in favour of the U.S. The report attributes much of this decline to EU regulations, which have undermined European competitiveness.

56 pages, in German
© 2002 TEFAF
ISBN 90 75375 06 9
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The European Art Market in 2002, in French
A detailed survey of the European art market in 2002, carried out by Kusin and Company. The report was commissioned by TEFAF with the support of the BAMF, le SNA and CINOA and shows that, although Europe accounts for 45% of the €26.7 billion global art market, its share since 1998 has declined by over 7% in favour of the U.S. The report attributes much of this decline to EU regulations, which have undermined European competitiveness.

56 pages, in French 
© 2002 TEFAF
ISBN 90 75375 06 9
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VAT and the European Art Market
The system of VAT, established under the European Union’s harmonisation programme, was criticised for imposing an administrative and fiscal burden on the art market that discouraged growth and competitiveness. TEFAF, supported by Ernst & Young, have undertaken a study in order to examine this in more detail.

80 pages, in English
© 2003 TEFAF
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The European Art Market in 2000
A study of the size and structure of the European art and antiques market with specific analysis of the twin threats to the trade – import VAT and droit de suite.

52 pages, in English
© 2000 TEFAF
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