Art Investment

Over the past decade, art investment has seen a new class of investor emerge. Spectacular results have been achieved at auction and records set for numerous artists and genres.

Many astute investors have included fine art as an alternative investment in their overall investment portfolios.

Fine art is a tangible asset and offers potential for strong capital growth for well-advised investors. Many collectors have also realised excellent returns from their collections through art rental.

Nanda\Hobbs Contemporary is a leader in Corporate Art Rentals. Through our relationships with institutional clients we can place your works in corporate lobbies, offices and meeting rooms—providing you with an income from your artworks.

 

Image courtesy: Christies, London. Queen Anne's Gate: Works from the Art Collection of Sting & Trudie Styler.
Giles Alexander, Saturn, 2012, Oil and resin on polyester canvas, 150x93cm

Things to consider:

Like all assets, art investment is not without risk and understanding the market is paramount. There are a number of factors to consider when investing in art including:

  1. Your risk profile
  2. Your budget
  3. Time horizon
  4. Overall diversification within your art portfolio
  5. Liquidity
  6. Transaction costs 
  7. Income generation

Contact us for obligation-free advice about how to incorporate art into your investment portfolio.

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