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Why institutions are increasingly being drawn to investing in art photography

Thursday, July 31, 2008
Art photograph prices continue to be driven by fundamentals as opposed to "hype".

A SQUARE :: 31Jul08 Why institutions are increasingly being drawn to investing in art photography
Category Photography
Author Sona Blessing
In their 20 year experience in the art photography market, they have come across a lot of attractive priced buying opportunities and have simultaneously observed that the value of high quality - highly priced photos is capable of delivering a stream of constant positive returns
Historically, asset class has exhibited low volatility and correlation to financial markets
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