Art as an Asset The Article explores the characteristics of art if regarded as an asset class. While being volatile, illiquid and opaque, art nevertheless serves as a useful function in a diversified portfolio. Moreover, it offers unique values and inspire passion as no other investments do*
Building bridges between Art, Law and Wealth Even if art is mainly considered a part of ones integral wealth and long-term inheritance, more and more investors start perceiving it as a real financial asset. Please find below the opinion of the Head of Private Banking at Swedbank Latvija on the current trends in the art market and luxury investment sector*
Interview with art advisers from Switzerland and Latvia Collectors are quite rarely immediately art world insiders. Passion comes first, and then in due course it is followed by the necessary knowledge, experience and originality in taste. The initial drive is frequently based in the interest of art as an asset class that later grows into a life-long practice or simply ends. For both, the collector-to-be and a seasoned collector whose collection needs to be accounted for and looked after, the role of an art adviser is indispensable. Artlaw.club is honoured to talk to two art professionals with rewarding careers in different parts of the world: Ms. Zane Grants-Wolff from Switzerland and Ms. Anda Kļaviņa from Latvia.
Art&Brand collaboration with Katie Kennedy Perez, Founder and Soul of ArtFlow Agency Art and businesses have much in common. In many cases they share the same key cultural values such as creativity, prestige, timelessness, innovation and heritage. This affords ground for fruitful collaboration. ArtLaw.club had great opportunity to talk to Katie Kennedy Perez, a founder and a soul of ArtFlow Agency, which brings art world expertise and knowledge to brands and companies seeking to become culturally engaged.
The art market is increasing in transparency This is an interview of Ms.Una Meistere, the director of Arterritory.com, with Adriano Picinati di Torcello, a director within the advisory and consulting department at Deloitte Luxembourg, about the trends in the art market, whether art objects can be considered as pure investments and what are the new existing solutions. The interview is originally published at Arterritory.com, http://arterritory.com/en/texts/interviews/7789-the_art_market_is_increasing_in_transparency/ *
Interview with Ms.Anaida Schneider, Founder and CEO of TILCOIN Modern technologies allow for the art market to become accessible not only to UHNWI, but to the general people as well. Introduction of blockchain made fractionate investment possible and this is how each of us can own the part of a valuable piece with full guarantees of authenticity. ArtLaw.club is having a talk with Ms.Anaida Schneider, the founder and CEO of the TILCOIN project.