From established centres in Europe and the United States to emerging ones in China and the Middle East, the international art market has never been livelier or more diverse. This two-day course examines the current state of the international fine art market, as well as the structures and relationships that govern it. During the first day, participants will learn about primary and secondary market sectors and the resources available to monitor results and trends across key art categories. The second day will consider the use and performance of art as a financial asset, along with the risks and opportunities investment affords.
Suitable for collectors, business professionals and investors looking to gain up-to-date insights into the global fine art market in 2019. Minimum age 18.
This course includes:
- Faculty-led lectures on the primary and secondary art markets, research tools and the opportunities and risks of fine art investment;
- A panel discussion with opportunities for questions and discussion;
- Learning in the Institute's historic Georgian townhouse campus at the heart of Bloomsbury;
- Networking opportunities with faculty and fellow participants;
- Certificate of participation on completion of the course.