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With 27 percent of Christie's clients now coming from Asia, the company’s CMO Marc Sands, talks about how the auction house draws in customers from the region, and why digital platforms are so important.
Despite e-commerce only accounting for 4 to 7 percent of Christie’s total revenue, the company is still slightly ahead of the industry, Christie's CMO, Marc Sands tells CNBC.
Bob Dylan may have caused the authority behind the Nobel Prize for Literature to have second thoughts.
The Sergei Shchukin art collection is coming to Paris. LVMH CEO and Chairman, Bernard Arnault talks about the negotiations he had with Russia to make this exhibition possible.
The Chinese contemporary art market might have slowed but Southeast Asia is increasingly warming up to local art investment, says Deloitte's Mohit Mehrotra.
For fashion designer and director, Tom Ford, it’s “pretty surprising” that Donald Trump has made it this far in the 2016 presidential race.
Marc Sands, chief marketing officer at Christie’s tells CNBC he sees digital disruption “in every way possible” when it comes to the art market.
While some social media users applaud Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize, others question his literary accomplishments.
CNBC looks at controversies surrounding the Nobel Prize, which awards achievements in the fields of science, art, economics, and peace.
If British fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood had the opportunity to vote in the upcoming U.S. election, neither Clinton nor Trump would be her pick.
Fashion Designer Vivienne Westwood tells CNBC's Tania Bryer why she wouldn't choose Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for the U.S.' future president.
Audio books are starting to represent the future of "reading" for those who don't have time to spare, says Digital Book World's Ted Hill.
Speaking to Econsultancy’s Ashley Friedlein, Apple Co-founder Steve Wozniak talks about how he and Steve Jobs have been portrayed in books and film.
A “tourism blacklist” the Chinese government set up last year to name and shame misbehaving travelers does not seem to have had an impact, the NYT reports.
Fears over what Brexit could look like has cast a pall over the U.K., yet a weaker pound could be a blessing in disguise for London and its art scene.
Steven P. Murphy, founder of Murphy and Partners, explains how the drop in sterling effects art sales, as the Frieze London art fair takes place.
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