The Nfluence of International Art Market on the Art Management Education


Art is a phenomenon that transforms itself along with the society while also reflecting it. With the development of technology, communication facilities and transportation, a new world order has come into being and this has resulted in contemporary art being influenced by other forms of art. New forms of art have come into stage along with the transformation of societies. New ideas and emotions have entered into artistic forms of expressions and these forms have started to appear new markets with the help of technology. Thus, artists have been able to go beyond the borders and get into contact with different cultures. This also meant that artists were able to advertise their own cultures when they went to different artistic atmospheres. In our country, reforms in artistic world started with the declaration of republic in 1923 and gained momentum afterwards. These reforms continued with the support of the state and then some other institutions came into play. Successful results were seen especially after 1980. Those artists who received training after the declaration of the republic started to return to Turkey and they themselves began to train then young and promising artists with the developing technology, who were thus able to communicate with different cultures and nations. This also led to the creation of our own art market, which meant international artists slowly but surely coming to Turkey. Today, Turkish artists are in great demand in all the biennials and art fairs all across Europe. In these artistic atmospheres that bridge

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Mehmet Emin KAHRAMAN, Yıldız Teknik Üniversitesi, Turkey

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Conference: LibEuro2014
Stream: Literature - Teaching Literature

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