All posts tagged Art Investing

Stansberry & Associates

Jeff Rabin is principal and cofounder of Artvest Partners, a firm that offers investment advice for the art market, including custom strategies for acquiring and selling, financing, protecting art wealth, and passing it on to future generations. In today’s Digest Premium, he explains why investing in art is different than investing in stocks… and reveals some of the hidden costs in the art market…

WSJ

The Wall Street Journal asked a few art-investment pros to join in a roundtable discussion via email about the risks and rewards of buying art as an investment. The group: Michael Plummer, a partner in New York City-based ArtVest Partners LLC, a provider of art-market investment advice; Constanze Kubern, a London-based art consultant and former manager of an art investment fund; Philip Hoffman, chief executive of London’s Fine Art Fund Group; and Kathryn Graddy, an economics professor at Brandeis University in New York, whose research focuses on art markets.

WSJ

For one recent example, look at Damien Hirst, says Jeff Rabin, principal and co-founder of Artvest Partners…In September 2008, Sotheby’s held a much-ballyhooed sale of the artist’s work, with prices ranging as high as $18.6 million. But the market for Mr. Hirst’s work has cooled, and those who bought at the sale “would have, on […]

Fox Business

Because art comes with so many investment risks, most likely you’ll need specific advice from an expert. “Investing in art is much more complicated than people realize,” Rabin says. “Just because you’re talented in other areas of investing doesn’t mean you’ll excel in art.”

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Artvest Partners, a New York firm that advises wealthy collectors, reckons the [art fund] market is… $1.5 billion to $2 billion as of mid-2012.

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