CONTEMPORARY ART COLLECTION SALON
Appreciation and investment in art for potential business and financial opportunities.
- 200 Canadian dollars$200
- Bulgari Hotel Shanghai, Lane 108 North Shanxi Road, Shanghai, China
According to a recent Citi analysis, the market for fine art auctions increased in size as prices increased, growing from $3 billion in 2009 to more than $16 billion by the end of 2014. The money made from the contemporary art auction at Sotheby's last year and a comparable time period auction at Christie's decreased year over year. Nevertheless, given the popularity of art, the upswing is unlikely to last for very long. It's a given that there aren't many deals available in the market. Long-term savers may benefit more from their investments if they adopt value investing techniques. But it's incredibly challenging for a new guy. James Steward, director of the Princeton University Art Museum, stated that it is important for people to understand that collecting is still feasible without having access to significant resources. "I attempt to point individuals in the direction of the possibility of real opportunity if they purchase something that is contrary to trend or something that is undiscovered." Please Note: - There are a maximum of 30 business members for the event. - In the realm of art, those with connections have access to information before the rest of us do, while the uninitiated hunt for scraps. The afternoon salon offers members the chance to engage with other collectors to share pertinent information and resources, as well as to network for prospective business collaborations and investment opportunities. - On-site visitors are welcome to ask questions about the artists and works of art. On our list, you can also find explanations of the artwork and biographies of the artists. · We offer a dinner. - If you'd like to come, kindly make a reservation. - Three days before the event, registration must be completed. Please inform us in advance if you won't be able to make it.