If your goal is to become a knowledgeable and confident collector, you’ll have to master a few skills and understand your options.
As the contemporary art market continues to grow, more and more collectors are interested in buying work from emerging artists, whether for enjoyment or investment purposes.
Cultural life in New York has changed dramatically in the last two decades. Skyrocketing real estate prices have changed the physical landscape for galleries and artists and factors including the advent of the internet and proliferation of art fairs have affected the way we connect with art and culture. Join Art Advisor, Suzanne Julig, Gallery Owner, Ethan Cohen and Artist/Curator, Isaac Aden for a lively discussion of the changing face of New York’s cultural scene.
According to a recent survey by Deloitte, 78% of wealth managers believe that art should be part of a wealth management offering, up from 55% in 2014. Join art market experts Madelaine D'Angelo, Thomas Galbraith and Michael Phillips Moskowitz as they discuss the future of the Contemporary Art market, with a focus on collector behavior and art as an alternative asset.
Art buyers are regularly faced with the complexities of sales and use tax. This session will cover the basics of sales and use tax, and in the context of several case studies, dive deeper into the details pertaining to tax jurisdictions relevant to art purchasers, tax compliance requirements and potential exemptions.
Attendees will learn about long-term care, stewardship and succession planning, art donations to non-profit, and supporting your local arts community as part of your overall collection strategy.
Annelien Bruins, renowned art advisor from Tang Art Advisory, offers an overview of the colorful history of artists who have lived and worked in the Hamptons, from Jackson Pollock to Dan Rizzie. Hosted by The Art Newspaper.
Andrea will be discussing how utilizing a registrar can be an asset to your collection, weighing in on topics such as finding a qualified contract registrar and what a registrar does.
This second session in our four-part series will discuss the legal and tax issues that are essential knowledge for art collectors.
A frequent theme from journalists and critics alike is that the market for high art is irrational.