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Art
10 September 2021

"Resilience" Art Market Watchword - UBS Half Year Review

Dealers remain highly valued by investors and are weighing the impact of digital art on their...

Art
15 April 2021

Global Online Art Continues Fulfillment Promise

The art market took a massive sales hit last year but the online marketplace continues to pick up...

Art
16 March 2021

The Art Market In 2020: UBS Basel Report

Virtually all market segments suffered declines last year, creating the biggest recession in the...

Art
15 March 2021

Art Market Mobilises To Meet AML Risks

A new programme endorsed by multiple stakeholders will offer free training for galleries and...

Art
16 February 2021

Kleinwort Hambros Extends Annual Art Prize

To widen the spotlight on new talent in UK contemporary art, the investment firm will name three...

Art
21 December 2020

Online Art Auction Growth Here To Stay - Citi Private Bank Study

The fine art auction market can act as a temperature measure for how high net worth and ultra-HNW...

Art
10 September 2020

The State Of Art: UBS's, Art Basel's Half-Year Verdict

Gallery sales dropped by over a third in the first six months of 2020 as the majority of galleries...

Art
2 September 2020

A Law Firm's Primer On How To Avoid Acquiring Fake Art

As more fine art is sold online - accelerated by the pandemic - the risk of people buying fakes or...

Art
27 August 2020

Pandemic Slams UK's Art, Collectables Exports

Unsurprisingly because of the lockdowns, the pandemic has hit the export of fine art and other...

Art
3 August 2020

“Show Me The Monet”: Using Civil Remedies To Illuminate Shady Arts World

It is imperative that flexible mechanisms are used in the fight against art fraud. Civil tools shed...

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Art
7 October 2021

Art's Courtship With Non-Fungible Tokens: The Legal Territory

Art is subjective, designed to test boundaries and spark conversations, and NFTs have undeniably...

Art
19 August 2020

Stored Away: There's So Much Art Available For Market

We talk to Overstone Art Services, a UK-based organisation, about the state of the world's fine art...

Art
20 November 2018

Managing the Family Art Collection As A Business

An art and investment expert argues that just like a family business, every family art collection...

Art
21 March 2018

Art For Investment Is No Sure Guide To Riches, Warns Stonehage Fleming

Art is not a sure path to riches, although investing in the sector can bring rewards that cannot be...

Art
16 November 2016

GUEST ARTICLE: Lost And Found - What Steps To Take With Newly Discovered Artwork

Discovering that a piece of art is more than just a familiar possession but a rare, and financially...

Art
6 October 2016

GUEST ARTICLE: Designing An Exhibition Space For The Family Art Collection

Designing an exhibition space for a family's art collection can be a difficult but rewarding...

Art
27 November 2015

EXCLUSIVE GUEST COMMENT: Conflicts Of Interest In The Art Market: A Matter Of Timing And Professionalism

Art investment is now a familiar part of private client wealth management but how well do clients...

Art
24 November 2015

GUEST ARTICLE: The Funding Drought: The UK's Creative Industries As An Investment Opportunity

There is said to be a shortage of funding for the UK's creative industries, whether this applies to...

Art
17 November 2015

INTERVIEW: Pictet, Private Equity House Take Art Investment Up A Gear With Athena

One of the world's biggest alternative investment firms - Carlyle - and Pictet, the private bank,...

Art
22 June 2015

EXCLUSIVE EXPERT VIEW: Trophy Assets And Contentious Transfers - Taylor Wessing

As part of a series of expert views about "trophy assets", the law firm Taylor Wessing examines the...