"In 2019, a report on further education commissioned by Britain’s government found that creative arts degrees were the worst value, in terms of financial returns, for students and the government. State funding for arts subjects at university was recently cut by 50 percent." Small and Scrappy Is the Way for London’s Galleries After Brexit
The city’s art market is shrinking and some major players have left. But young dealerships presenting work by emerging artists are springing up in their place.