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Where to Start Collecting Art

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How to Collect Art is the definitive guide to the art market and collecting in the 21st century. Written by the world’s leading art-market economist and best-selling author Magnus Resch it outlines indispensable insight into key aspects of contemporary art collecting. He addresses essential questions, such as: What artists should I invest in? Where do I start? Which gallery should I visit? Is this price fair? Where’s the best place to sell my art? With the inner works of the art world laid out in an accessible manner at an accessible price, How to Collect Art is a portable — and affordable — art advisor in your pocket. Exclusive for PAPER, here’s an excerpt from the introduction of How To Collect Art.

So, you want to buy your first piece and don’t want to spend a lot of money on it — where do you start? Where — from the twenty thousand galleries, two thousand auction houses, unlimited online art marketplaces, thousands of artworks available at art fairs, and millions of artists with Instagram accounts showcasing their art — do you buy your first piece?

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Art Collection Management Software Market Research Report | CatalogIt, Artwork Archive, G2 Deals

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Commencing with a holistic perspective, this report illuminates market categories, emphasizing growth prospects, shifts in demand, and evolving consumer preferences. This foundational section sets the stage for a detailed analysis of various facets within the Art Collection Management Software Market, empowering stakeholders to pinpoint specific niches and align strategies with evolving market needs.

Regional Perspective: Examining the Art Collection Management Software Market through a regional lens, the report evaluates how economic conditions, cultural trends, and regulatory frameworks influence market dynamics. This regional insight enables businesses to tailor their approaches to align with unique market intricacies.

Read more: http://amore.ng/news/00/art-collection-management-software-market-research-report-catalogit-artwork-archive-g2-deals/

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Open Call for Artists: Saint Kitts and Nevis Invited to Submit Works of Art for OAS AMA Permanent Collection

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Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis – The Permanent Mission of Saint Kitts and Nevis to the Organization of American States (OAS) and the OAS Art Museum of the Americas (AMA) within the OAS Secretariat for Hemispheric Affairs (SHA) have announced an open call to artists of Saint Kitts and Nevis. Artists are invited to submit works of modern and contemporary art for consideration to be incorporated into the prestigious permanent art collection of the OAS AMA.

This initiative aims to enhance the representation of all OAS Member States within the OAS AMA permanent art collection, in line with ongoing efforts to promote Caribbean art. As part of the celebration of the 40th Year of Independence of Saint Kitts and Nevis, this call for entries signifies a significant milestone and further strengthens the cultural ties within the region, following the commemoration of the OAS-wide celebration in 2023 for the 50th Anniversary of CARICOM.

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Bill Gates’ Investments in Art Collection are Worth Over $127 Million, Billionaires Remain Bullish On The Art Market

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Former Microsoft CEO and philanthropist Bill Gates has used his wealth to create a unique art collection over the decades. In 1998, he purchased Winslow Homer’s “Lost on the Grand Banks” masterpiece for $36 million, a then record buy.

Gates’ most intriguing addition to his artefact collection could be Leonardo da Vinci’s handwritten scientific journal, “The Codex Leicester,” with entries estimated between 1504 and 1508. Gates paid a jaw-dropping $30.9 million for the artefact.

Read more: https://www.ibtimes.co.uk/bill-gates-investments-art-collection-are-worth-over-127-million-billionaires-remain-bullish-1724848

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