The UK’s art market is shrinking as a result of Brexit, with art exports on the decline, and art fairs facing cancellation. Between 2019 and 2020, UK cultural goods exports plunged by 47%. A House of Lords report says that this was largely attributable to the pandemic, though some other countries achieved growth in 2020 and, by 2021, many more had exceeded pre-pandemic levels. In 2020, the UK’s 5.3% share of global creative services exports placed it in the top five biggest exporters—but only just ahead of Japan (4.4%) and the Netherlands (4.3%), and significantly behind Germany’s 7% share. You can read more here.