There’s no single reason that one artwork costs $100 and another costs $1 million, and there’s no magic formula for figuring out whether that million-dollar artwork will cost more or less in 20 years’ time. There are, however, ways to figure it out. How to Invest in Art is a series of features, insider tips, and tools to help aspiring art buyers find investment-grade works they love.
- What Art Should You Buy?From contemporary photographs to ancient sculptures, there’s something here for every buyer.1
- Billionaire’s Secrets on How to Make a Bundle in ArtReturns can be eye-popping, but collectors must avoid the pitfalls of forgeries, fakes and rapidly changing tastes.2
- Louvre Abu Dhabi Says Emirate ‘Acquired’ the Da Vinci PaintingThe Louvre Abu Dhabi said on Friday that the Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi,” which sold last month at a Christie’s auction for $450 million, was "acquired" by the emirate’s Department of Culture and Tourism for the museum.3
- New York Startup Unleashes Big Data on Art InvestingArthena wants to democratize a traditionally opaque market in an era of record art auctions.4