How to invest in Art?
The selection for investment in art is defined by a group of professionals who have many years of experience in the art market and are in contact with art creators . We bring their aesthetic and commercial standards to collectors who wish to invest and collect art or sell art with safety and quality .
The objective of investing in art is to create a continuous work environment based on knowledge, professionalism, clarity and honesty for each collector, so that you feel informed, recommended and perfectly cared for. Our TheBillionArt platform and investment department is based on in-depth knowledge and timely monitoring of the national and international art markets, the use of economic and commercial standards, and our desire to provide comprehensive services.
Returns and returns of investing in Art
This question has attracted the attention of the public and economists for many years. One of the reasons for this interest, of course, comes from the common people's belief that, compared to ordinary financial markets, the art market will generate huge profits, at least if investors understand the situation. The media have fueled this belief. They are very eager to predict that the general price level for art auctioned in the 1980s will rise rapidly, especially the record prices paid for paintings by Van Gogh and Picasso, and Renoir will hold on forever.
Van Gogh's sunflowers sold at auction in March 1987 for US $ 39.9 million. Soon, this was surpassed by the auction of suIris for $ 53.9 million in November. In May 1989, Io Picasso sold for $ 47.8 million. In May 1990, Van Gogh's "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" sold for $ 82.5 million, and Renoir's "Gallette Mill" sold for $ 78.1 million. Considering the sharp drop in prices after 1989, the simple expectation of a skyrocketing price for art turned out to be completely wrong.
your active refuge
Like gold and the commodities market, art is a safe, low-risk asset that can protect investors during periods of high inflation . The opinion of Cristian López, founder of TheBillionArt, "art is a tangible asset, and if our investment department selects it, it can be appreciated a lot."
In addition, it should be added that investors can "benefit from a special taxation in certain circumstances and from the lack of correlation with the exchange rate between currencies" and its high liquidity, said López.