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Works of art continued to perform - prices that defied gravity during 2008-2009
Radio Feature 18: Philip Hoffman in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Monday, June 13, 2011

radio In a live interview, Philip Hoffman, chief executive of The Fine Art Fund Group, shares his take on the trends in investing in art; why institutional investors are allocating to this asset class and why at the top end of the art market, prices have bounced back and are above the world record prices of 2008.

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Works of art continued to perform - prices that defied gravity during 2008-2009

Duration: 09:39 

 

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  • Q1 - Is trading art online here to stay?
    Investing in art led by the patriotism factor?

    Duration: 01:37 


  • Q2 - How have art markets held up since the financial crisis?

    Duration: 01:29 


  • Q3 - Institutional interest and their allocating to fine art as an asset class.
    What has changed their mindset? What has caused that change?

    Duration: 02:21 


  • Q4 - Diversifying within art - structured art portfolio.

    Duration: 01:08 


  • Q5 - Opportunities - the investable art market is worth about USD10bn.

    Duration: 00:41 


  • Q6 - Challenges faced and potential growth areas within the art markets.

    Duration: 00:49 


  • Q7 - How investors can manage the liquidity issue.

    Duration: 01:29 



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