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Trends of the Art World from an Investment Perspective with Catherine Alsing

Jun 13, 2016

It is widely reported that the finance industry increasingly views art as an asset. Reported from Art New York 2016, our panel of experts discuss this development and advise on the trends and financial benefits of this investment. There is no doubt that art is a unique asset. Since 2008, there has been a move […]
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Out With the Old and in With the New; Shifts in Collecting Habits Among Next Generation Collectors With Matt Beasant

Jun 6, 2016

Sure there will always be a place for the old masters and impressionist painters but as Laura Doyle of Chubb National Fine Art Specialists points out, younger collectors are choosing new and innovative art forms like never before. But these newer forms of art also pose challenges involving storing, shipping, and displaying. Next gen collectors […]
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It Doesn’t Have to be Pretty to be Influential. What Drives the Price of Great Paintings with Matt Beasant

May 17, 2016

Artists are emotional, irrational and completely unhinged from reality. At least that’s what some people would have you believe. This same criticism is often placed on the art market when talking about pricing. Evan Beard, National Art & Exotic Assets Executive, dispels this notion by showing us tangible aspects of the market that can drive […]
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Contemporary Art Market Predictions with Matt Beasant

May 5, 2016

Even the best picture frames won’t make you want to put your investment statements on display. This is one of the reasons why art is so compelling; as it ascends in value, you get to enjoy it on your walls. These days we take for granted that paintings can be used as a store of […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander - Zero to Seventy in Two Hours

May 3, 2016

For much of the country, the winter months are just something people put up with, as there is little hope of warm weather during that season. As a boy growing up in Minnesota, I experienced a climate that reminds me of the TV programs “Life Below Zero” and “Deadly Catch,” where the floating, freezing cast […]
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5 Questions on Art Conservation & Restoration with Wendy Partridge

Apr 13, 2016

Wendy Partridge, a Paintings Conservator at ICA Art Conservation, shares her expertise and experience by answering some frequently asked questions. When should one consult a conservator and what services can a conservator provide? Conservators are experts in the long-term preservation of cultural property. Their activities include examination, documentation, treatment, and preventative care. If you are […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander - Swimmer’s Ear

Apr 1, 2016

The headline on the editorial page of the March 27, 2016 edition of The New York Times, “Who has the Candidate’s Ear?,” got me to thinking, just for a moment, which presidential candidate might bring the most positive influence and support to the art world. JFK and Obama had first class art in the Oval […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander – Shark Tale

Mar 8, 2016

Sharks seem to be everywhere these days, and one of the most extraordinary sightings is the annual blacktip shark migration off the southeast coast of Florida, with more than 10,000 of these creatures taking advantage of warmer waters during the winter months. Not surprisingly, it keeps one on the beach and out of the Atlantic. […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander – Once in a Lifetime

Feb 5, 2016

Although I was aware that Mother Nature had initiated one of the biggest blizzards in the New York weather record books, as a Florida resident it was still pretty shocking to see the perpetual white blanket of snow covering everything in sight as I looked out the window of the JetBlue aircraft began its descent […]
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5 Questions on Public Art with Marc Pottier

Jan 5, 2016

With his extensive experience in curating public art projects, Marc Pottier shares his insights on the role public art plays in shaping culturally vibrant communities and what must be considered. What is the process for proposing public art in a location, and what kind of restrictions do you encounter? With Public Art, creation starts from […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander – Canvassing the City

Jan 4, 2016

Nobody seems to know exactly when the very first murals came about, but there is sound evidence that around 30,000 BC in southern France primitive man began to draw images on cave walls, creatively documenting their lives and aspirations. Many ancient murals in Egyptian tombs from around 3000 BC have survived, as well as Pompeian […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander – Painting is Alive and Well

Nov 25, 2015

Upon reports of his ‘passing’ Mark Twain famously announced, “The report of my death was an exaggeration.” This observation also might be utilized in reaction to perpetual news items and reviews that contemporary painting, suffering from a lack of quality and uniqueness, is on its way out. This honored craft is thought by many as […]
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As I See It with Bruce Helander – Open This End

Oct 30, 2015

OPEN THIS END is the title of an amazing traveling exhibition of artworks from the renowned Blake Byrne collection, which was inaugurated at the Nasher Museum of Art in North Carolina earlier this year and just opened at its second venue, the Ohio State University Urban Arts Space. The show continues on the road during […]
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Interviewing One Art Nation’s Julia Wehkamp & Amanda Dunn

Jan 9, 2015

Of all the many wonders to be beheld at the inaugural Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco, the symposia programming put together by the great good folks from One Art Nation has gotta be one of the most comprehensively wondrous. ASV/SF got 1AN’s Julia Wehkamp and Amanda Dunn to give us the lowdown.  For those who don’t […]
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Art entrepreneurs have a business plan

Jan 9, 2015

If you thought art collectors were intimidating professors with white sofas and inherited wealth, you haven’t met Amanda Dunn and Julia Wehkamp. “There is a whole new generation of collectors. Whether they’re coming from emerging markets in the Middle East, Asia, or whether they’re young professionals looking to invest,” explains Wehkamp. And with good reason. […]
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One Art Nation and Art Southampton seek to evolve the art market through expert education

Jul 3, 2014

Online art network One Art Nation (1AN), and Art Southampton, a contemporary art fair taking place at the peak of the social and cultural season in the Hamptons, are partnering to present the 1AN Art Symposium. This can’t-miss educational event offers an expertly curated program for emerging and established collectors, enthusiasts and professionals. From July […]
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1AN Art Fair Symposia

Feb 28, 2014

ONE ART NATION AND ART MIAMI LLC PRODUCTIONS COLLABORATE TO EVOLVE THE ART MARKET THROUGH EXPERT EDUCATION Online art network One Art Nation (1AN), and Art Miami LLC Productions, one of the leading organizers of contemporary art fairs in the US, have partnered for the North American Art Symposia series including Art Southampton, July 24 […]
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