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A SQUARE: 2010 art market outlook

Friday, January 22, 2010
Index development and fund launches in 2010.

A SQUARE :: 22Jan10 A SQUARE: 2010 art market outlook
Category Art
Author Kirsten Bischoff
- Mei Moses All Art Index
- Base of high net worth investors
- 2010 broad art market outlook
- May 2010 contemporary art fund launch – Anthea I
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[31Jul07] [Art] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - V
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[24Jul07] [Art] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - IV
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[02May07] [Art] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - III - Impressionists and Post-Impressionists
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[25Apr07] [Art] A Square’s Art Series with Philip Hoffman - ll - Old Masters
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[18Apr07] [Art] ASquare's Art Series with Philip Hoffman - I
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[23Jan07] [Art] Philip Hoffman Q&A

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