Ten Ways to Invest in Art – artmarketblog.com

 Ten Ways to Invest in Art   artmarketblog.com1. Buy art and hang on wall
-Yes I know, stating the bleeding obvious

2. Become an artist
-Think you could be the next Damien Hirst?

3. Invest in an art investment fund
-There are many different art investment funds operating around the world which can be found online by searching for “Art investment fund” but here are a few to get you started:

4. Buy shares in an art related company
-Fancy owning a part of Sotheby’s or artprice.com?

5. Predict future art market movements
-Trade Mei Moses Fine Art Index futures

6. Invest in a fine art rental portfolio
-Some companies allow you purchase a tailored portfolio of art which is then rented out to the corporate sector giving you a rental return as well as the potential for capital gain

7. Get a tax break via a cultural gifts program
-Many countries offer tax breaks for people who donate works of cultural significance to public galleries or museums

8. Adopt an artist
-Invest in an emerging artist and know that you have contributed to the future of contemporary art

9. Adopt an artwork
-FAAN is an online network, which uses a gift economy to connect artists and potential collectors. All of the artworks on view are available for adoption. This means acquiring an artwork without purchasing it, through an arrangement between the artist and collector

10. Get art by subscription
-An easy, innovative and fun way to buy art

 Ten Ways to Invest in Art   artmarketblog.com**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.comt Ten Ways to Invest in Art   artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.

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  • http://www.interactivearts.com.au interactivearts

    Great article. Sometimes stating the obcious is often overlooked. Cheers, Fleur

  • http://art-robinson.com geoff robinson

    hey Nicholas.
    thanx for the tips,
    i look forward to your comments
    and valuable information
    its great to know you are out there
    in this huge and always interesting world.

    my best wishes to yuo


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  • http://www.telusplanet.net/public/ottorapp/ Otto Rapp

    Adopt an Artist – my favorite!
    Does anyone want to adopt me? I am housebroken, potty-trained and very low maintenance and, Bonus: much cheaper than Damien Hirst. Also, my art does not putrefy and stink up the joint, I promise!

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    pz checkout my profile in facebook and my father paintings click on keywords loknathverma .

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