Changing art market puts pressure on traditional antiques dealers

THE ART NEWSPAPER | Anna Brady:

Mallett, founded in 1865 and one of the last antiques “department stores” amid the fashion retailers in the West End of London, is preparing to move from its palatial Mayfair showroom to more modest premises as part of a shift in strategy after a troubled few years. The (unconfirmed) rumour that the contemporary mega-dealer Thaddaeus Ropac has his eye on the London building seems to encapsulate how the fortunes currently favour the new… Read more

Image: Mallett is due to vacate its prestigious Ely House showroom in London’s West End and move to more modest premises. Courtesy of Rory Lindsay

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