Women in the business of Irish art
Lift the lid on the business end of the Irish art scene, and chances are a woman is running the show. We meet the cream of the crop
In 1993, Clare McAndrew was studying economics at Trinity. In 2016, Art Basel director Noah Horowitz described Dr McAndrew as “the world’s leading art market economist”.
Circling the globe on a regular basis now goes with the territory. Just back from Beijing, she’s currently in Korea. “If you want a career in the arts, you have to travel,” she says.
“I would love to have studied art, but I...
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