“Technology-driven businesses have a clear potential to support the emergence of Art & Finance, through increased liquidity, lower transaction costs and more transparency”
Deloitte Art & Finance Report
The Fine Art Market
A wide range of academic studies published in scholarly journals conclude that holding art in an investment portfolio offers important financial and risk diversification benefits.
PERFORMANCE OF FINE ART COMPARED TO OTHER ASSET CLASSES
Art & Finance 2016
This year’s report comes at a challenging time for both the art market and the wealth management industry. Perhaps it is this uncertainty that draws people toward art, and as this report shows, the awareness and motivation for including art in traditional wealth management are becoming increasingly apparent.
Profit or Pleasure?
The fifteenth volume of the Wealth Insights series looks at how high net worth individuals globally are holding or are seeking to hold ‘treasure assets’ such as jewelry, fine art and antiques. The report examines the financial and emotional motivations for holding these assets, and explores how they should be treated in the context of an individual’s total wealth.
Global demand pushes art up investment agenda
Art is outperforming the wider luxury investment sector, according to the latest results from the Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index (KFLII)
for 19th Century Art
for 19th Century Art
The Fine Art market has demonstrated its maturity as a genuine alternative investment channel, with Western art auctions generating $11.2 billion.
News & Social Media
Art Collection of Leslie Waddington to be Auctioned at Christie’s London
Frieze London Announces Galleries, Curators & Pioneering New Section for the 2016 Fair
Selected by Geneva-based curator Nicolas Trembley, galleries will revisit seminal exhibitions from the 1990s, highlighting key collaborations between dealersand artists read full article
"The art market is in the hyperfast lane,"
said Leuenberger, curator of the Parcour section of Art Basel,
Faena Prize opens for artist submissions
Faena Art, the international nonprofit organization led by Artistic Director and Chair Ximena Caminos, recently launched the open call for the 2016–2017 Faena Prize for the Arts.