During the early 21st. century, as a result of the economical boom witnessed in the Middle East, we have experienced what I like to call "Consumption economy of Art"; the uneducated-rich became collectors & art patrons served by many so-called artists who have tailored/produced art to fill the houses of the first group while they themselves (the so-called artists) knew nothing about art theory, art functionality or even read a book about art history.
The good result of the rescission is exposing this breed of people; the recession led those having extra cash to re-think investment away from art and automatically suffocated the fake artists and curators.
By the second decade of this century, the political turmoil that swept old regimes has had its effect both in the structure of the society and the art that is being produced. We don't believe in "Incident Art" - art produced as a result of an incident â€“ rather, we believe in the natural flow of art to represent the society dynamics or perhaps, if I might say, "documenting the moment of history through art"
Where are we going from here? Only Time will tell..........