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What’s the Point of Being Rich If You’re Treating Art as an Asset?

Hirst, Aminobenzoyl Hydrazide (500k USD) Leave it to Bloomberg View’s Matt Levine to have the perfect take on Bloomberg’s attendance at the Deloitte Conference on Art as an Asset that was held in March at the Armory Fair but only saw the light of day on Bloomberg today ... Levine reminds us that the point of having enough money to own art is not to treat it as an alternative asset but to buy it and enjoy it ... That is the whole point of art, and of being rich! I don’t understand people. Fund Conflicts and Tax Napkins (Bloomberg View) More from Art Market MonitorFrench Prosecutors Appeal Wildenstein VerdictThe Art Market Unregulated ...
artmarketmonitor.com | 28.04.2017 00:00 .

Tate Modern, Hepworth Wakefield and John Soane's museum shortlisted for Art Fund’s Museum of the Year award

© Marc Atkins) The least well known nominees include the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art, described by The Art Fund as a “cultural hub in the heart of Newmarket which combines the history ... life painting with a twist at the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing & Sporting Art in Newmarket (Photo: © Marc Atkins) The Art Fund director Stephen Deuchar, says ...
theartnewspaper.com | 28.04.2017 00:00 .

Galleries for the Super-Rich Turn to Populist Revolt Art

in the Park Avenue Armory), a separate fair whose galleries traditionally showcase antiques, design, and 20th century masterworks. This year, Rastorfer said his gallery will present investment-grade art while catering to a market that has noticeably slowed from its 2014 highs ...
bloomberg.com | 28.04.2017 00:00 .

Lot 13W

When asked about the personal investment she has in each of her paintings, Frankenthaler once remarked, "It isn't that I want to experiment with style ...
bonhams.com | 27.04.2017 16:30 .

Advisers to the Ultra-Rich Try to Treat Art as Just Another Asset

Attendees were pitched products ranging from art funds to derivatives linked to art prices. Nearby, a massive cube of what looked like concrete, priced at $350,000, defied gravity as it rotated in midair ... He says offices are hiring art advisers, curators, and lawyers specializing in art transactions. “Buy it. Put it away. Don’t fall in love with it” Some advisers are deliberately working art into their asset allocation strategies, says Phillip Ashley Klein, U.S. art and finance leader at Deloitte LLP, which put on the event at the Armory Show ... Loans backed by art make it possible to extract cash from what had been an illiquid asset. “There are opportunities to plan around art that don’t exist around other asset classes,” says Dan Desmond, executive director with the Blue Rider Group at Morgan Stanley, which provides financial services to the art community ... For the founder it was a very significant investment percentage-wise,” Bailey says. “But it was a passion.’’ As art moves from avid collectors to professional money managers, people are trying to make it work more like a conventional investment ... An art fund gives you a scale of negotiating power with auction houses,” he says. It can also have tax advantages and spread out some of the costs of buying art ...
bloomberg.com | 27.04.2017 00:00 .

The Global Effort to Flatter Ivanka

At some point during her Berlin sojourn, Trump spoke to Mike Allen, the political journalist. Allen ran an item on Axios with the headline “Ivanka Trump’s new fund for female entrepreneurs,” illustrated with a photograph of Trump grazing her fingers on one of the slabs that make up Berlin’s Holocaust memorial ...
newyorker.com | 27.04.2017 00:00 .

Rockwell Returned

Existing insurance coverage based on an outdated appraisal, for example, may not provide sufficient protection moving forward.” The Grant family has returned the claims payment to Chubb in exchange for the painting ... Chubb has stated it will donate those funds to the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts ...
fineartconnoisseur.com | 27.04.2017 00:00 .

Rocky Future for Michael Brand and Sydney Modern Project

The state government’s initial funding for planning ended last June and nothing more has been forthcoming even though NSW Government has a cultural and arts funding kitty of AUD 600 million (USD 450 million) available from the proceeds of electricity privatization ...
artasiapacific.com | 26.04.2017 00:00 .

Danny Goldberg: The Evolution of a Global Art Collector

The Australian Financial Review has a profile of Australian private equity investor Danny Goldberg that tracks his evolution from collector of Australian emerging art to become a global collector buying across the world from the leading galleries in the US and Europe ... It’s virtually impossible to walk in off the street and simply buy a painting. Danny Goldberg, private contemporary art collector, wants to go public (afr.com) More from Art Market MonitorHow the Australian Gov’t Shattered Its Art MarketRussians Love the French RivieraAussie High Net Worth Individuals Not Spending on Art ... YetIn Australia, Investment Art Must Be Hidden, Not HungThe Importance of Private CollectorsNew Yorkers Don't Rank Among Art Collectors ...
artmarketmonitor.com | 26.04.2017 00:00 .

Art Bahrain Across Borders 2017: Ukrainian Perspective

Moreover, the art fair attracted cross-border investment through foreign businessmen working in the region. Among other things, the curators livened up the event with numerous workshops and panel discussions such as the discussion on the art market issues ...
nyartsmagazine.com | 23.04.2017 00:00 .

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