The latest issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies is now online.
• Introduction Helene Tello
• Multiple suppliers in permeable spaces. Ethnographic collecting at the end of the nineteenth century
• From museum objects to trading goods: the ethnographic doublet
• The Nuremberg Ivory at Dumbarton Oaks
Iñigo Salto Santamaría
• Political Motive, Directorial Access, and an Opportunity for the Art Trade: How Two Paintings from the Munich Pinakothek Made their Way to the US
• In the Absence of Foreign Currency: The Acquisition of “Samson Blinded” by Lovis Corinth. From the Central Archive of the Staatliche Museen Berlin
• The Gilbert Collection
The Quest for the Best Alice Minter
• To Sell or Not to Sell? A Transatlantic Debate
Dorothea Schöne, Thomas Köhler, Christopher Bedford
To download the issue, visit https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/issue/view/15.