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Art as an Investment by Melanie Gerlis, Lund Humpries, 2014, Hardback, A Review.

Dec 15th, 2014 | By

                      In Art as an Investment Melanie Gerlis successfully manages to strip away some of the mystique on how art acts an investment.  Her format consists of a series of chapters comparing the record of art as an investment with other investments such as the
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The art market at entry level, paintings for sale on the railings in Green Park, London.

The year ahead in the art market

Aug 28th, 2014 | By

                              There is so much noise swirling around in the art market today that it is easy to become distracted.  Endless PR from the auction houses about their record prices and endless drivel written by journalists who have no zero understanding
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Viewers examined works presented by a number of prominent Moscow galleries at last year’s Art Moscow fair.

17th Art Moscow Fair opens with New Format

Sep 19th, 2013 | By

  Moscow Times 17 September 2013 | Issue 5215 By D. Garrison Golubock   Art Moscow Viewers examined works presented by a number of prominent Moscow galleries at last year’s Art Moscow fair. When the Art Moscow fair first opened 17 years ago, it was truly a one of a kind event, a fair intended to bring together foreign and Russian galleries,
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Maria Baibakova, new Strategic Director of Artspace. Image courtesy Nikolay Zverkov.

Artspace names Maria Baibakova new Strategy Director

Mar 12th, 2013 | By

Art Radar Asia – March 1, 2013 At 27, Maria Baibakova is adding another entry to an already impressive resume. In a bid to expand its global reach,, an online marketplace for contemporary art sales, revealed on 19 February 2013 that it has appointed Russian collector Maria Baibakova as Strategic Director. The move highlights a trend towards the
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The Picasso Art market – Spears WMS 25 March/April

Apr 3rd, 2012 | By

Why Picasso is Attractive for First-Time Art Buyers…And Auctioneers Blue-Chip Period What a performer! Ivan Lindsay on the reasons why that randy old goat Pablo Picasso remains so irresistibly attractive to neophyte art collectors (not to mention auctioneers) A RECENT BLOOMBERG article led with the line: ‘Pablo Picasso has been dethroned.’ The article was referring
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