Mar 09, 2020
The Clarion List Exclusive
By some estimates, between $4 billion and $6 billion dollars worth of art is stolen worldwide every year. The vast majority of stolen artworks are never recovered. Fires, floods and other man-made and natural disasters account for further loss, along with accidental damage, which can occur when a work of art is being transported, or even when it is “safe” at home. We’ve already written about the importance of having a good art insurance policy, but what proactive measures can a collector take to protect his or her collection?
We spoke to Jordan Arnold, executive managing director in K2 Intelligence’s New York and Los Angeles offices to get ...