May 06, 2019
New structures, as well as closed-end funds, offer opportunities as transparency improves
Source : Abby Schultz
May 21, 2018
What to Expect As You Become a Part Owner of a Masterpiece
Not everyone can own a masterpiece. Besides the often prohibitive price tags, you also have to wait for one to come up at auction, and not all art lovers have adequate wall space. One of the greatest troubles (and joys) of paintings and sculptures is that there’s just one of each.
Art funds, however, allow individuals to share ownership as they make investments in aesthetic assets including masterpieces. Around since 1974 (according to Artsy.net), these entities have shifted over the years to accommodate new investors and eras of art history. Now, you need not be a millionaire, nor an Old Masters aficionado, to buy in. This y ...
Apr 08, 2016
The Clarion List continues our series of interviews with leading art service providers. Whether you are learning about these companies for the first time or are already familiar with their services, we hope this series helps shed insight into each’s distinct niche and make the art services market in general more transparent.
This month we discussed the unique art market start-up Arthena with Madelaine D’Angelo, Founder & CEO,and Katya Khazei Director of Marketing. Learn what makes their platform unique among art funds, and how their new product can help gallerists, advisors and experienced collectors co-invest in art with their friends and peers.
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