2018 proved to be an exciting year for the art market. From the return of guarantees at auction to an uptick in sales for female and Latin American artists, these are the major takeaways from an active art world in 2018.
Allowing the secondary art market to guide your buying decisions on the primary market is a useful strategy for collectors considering an artist’s resale value and ultimate price point. Here, we explain how collectors should navigate these two sectors.
Loaning your works for important exhibitions strengthens the work’s academic credibility and positions the work to sell well on the secondary art market. Here’s how you can prepare to loan artwork for prominent museum shows.
For many collectors, identifying the right time to sell artwork is an elusive endeavor. Identifying key indicators - such as whether the artist is currently grabbing attention or had a significant life event - will help you determine when it’s time to put your artwork up for auction.
Miami art collectors planning on a summer getaway should consider whether their art collection is secured and ready to brave a possible storm. Here, we offer some insight into how collectors can prepare their artwork for the summer’s unpredictable weather.
An indispensable resource for navigating the secondary market, the Art Market Liaison blog will be offering readers experience-driven insight into re-selling valuable artworks via auction houses and galleries.