Covid-19 presents unique challenges to art collection maintenance. The frontal assault on the virus incorporates aggressive cleaning and sanitizing. People are encouraged to work at home. Surfaces are aggressively treated with disinfectant. These actions are done in good intent, but they present a problem for art collections and preservation.
So, faced with this new reality, the main question is: How can we disinfect surfaces near precious art pieces, and even the artworks themselves, without damaging the piece? Learn here
In the aftermath of a flood or fire, surveying the impact to your collection can evoke deep despair. You may think there’s no way it can be salvaged, much less restored.
Wait — don’t resign yourself to the loss of your treasures! Read here to learn how you can facilitate art recovery once your home is cleared for re-entry.
It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that the marketplace for modern art has changed dramatically over the past decade or so. Well-heeled collectors continue to spend billions of dollars on pieces both famous and obscure each and every year. Consequently, collectible art holds great financial promise for connoisseurs and casual fans alike.
Understanding the current state of the art industry is imperative if you want to get the most out of your investments.