We are pleased to present you an outstanding executive programme offered by the UNIVERSITY OF LUXEMBOURG and its COMPETENCE CENTER in association with CHRISTIE'S EDUCATION - Owning and Investing in Art: Opportunities, Challenges, and Risks. [...]
LAFA and SUMO are cordially inviting you to the exhibition 'Home Sweet Home' by SUMO, between 24.11 - 22.11. Opening / Vernissage: Saturday, 24 November 2018, 16:00 - 21:00 Gallery 1:1 31, rue de Strasbourg, [...]
Etienne Verbist is an authority in the field of crowd sourcing, disruptive business modelling and disruptive art. After a well filled career with companies such as GE, Etienne was an early adopter of crowd sourcing. Etienne is manager Europe and Africa for Crowd Sourcing Week, a board advisor to a broad range of companies on innovation and new technology, curator of the Disruptive Art Museum a�� the smallest museum in the world a�� and columnist for ArtDependence Magazine.
Friday, 2 February 2018, artgenA?ve, Salon da��art,Palexpo, Geneva
Join us for our second conference and launch of RAMa��s a�?Art Due Diligence Toolkita�?. We will be discussing the importance of due diligence and the place of technology in modern-day art transactions. What opportunities and threats do they present for art professionals and collectors ?
Le professeur Roman Kräussl de la Luxembourg School of Finance s’est penché sur 40 ans de données de ventes aux enchères, et le résultat est sans appel: les œuvres d’artistes féminines se vendent bien moins cher que celles de leurs homologues masculins.
LAFA is pleased to invite you to a conference on the topics of : Financial due diligence of art market actors Art & Compliance: The Responsible Art Market Initiative
19 September 2017 from 14:00-19:00
Amphitheatre Arendt & Medernach
41A, avenue J.F. Kennedy
On peut avoir tendance A� ne pas vouloir associer art et droit. Est-ce dA� au souhait de garder une marge de libertA�, si propre A� la��art et aux artistes ? Pourtant, ils ne sont pas incompatibles ; en les alliant, ils sa��enrichissent la��un la��autre.
It is our pleasure to present H A P P E N I N Ga��s first art market study carried out in collaboration with AXA ART. It marks the end of the first phase of our research program and the release of our new product, ARTIST PROFILES.
Du 22 octobre au 4 novembre 2016 le Centre de Russie pour la Science et la Culture A� Luxembourg accueille la��exposition A� La Guerre et la Paix de Vadim Sidour A�. La��exposition est organisA�e A� la��initiative du MusA�e et ??entre da��expositions A� ManA?ge A� avec le soutien de la��Ambassade de Russie A� Luxembourg.
Dimanche 2 Octobre A� 16h00
EXPOSITION DE SCULPTURES dans le parc du ChA?teau de Colpach
Vente des oeuvres au bA�nA�fice du Centre de Convalescence
ChA?teau de Colpach- Rue d'Ell, 8527 Colpach-Bas, Luxembourg
LAFA & Bocconi Alumni Association are pleased to invite you to a conference, September 21 st at starting at 17:30
a�?Art & Finance an opportunity for Luxembourga�?
Our Keynote speaker Prof. Andrea Rurale will speak of a�?The increasing importance of finance in art, How can an university environment contribute to this evolutiona�?
Luxembourg has successfully developed a platform to support the needs of collectors and investors in art and other valuables: prime air and road logistics, state-of-the art storage facility, expert legal, tax and financial advice and valuation a�Zservices, innovative securitization and monetization solutions, this against the backdrop of a robust art market with favorable perspectives for future growth.
On the occasion of the Diversity Day, LAFA and Wildgen have the pleasure of inviting you to a unique art experience a�?Integration through Arta�? on 12 May from 9:30 - 12:00 am. Join us at Hariko and meet with Talbot, an Iranian Street-art Artist who will show you how to create your own stencil.
Talk of economic crisis may be in the air everywhere but here at Maastricht. The last two days have seen the aisles of TEFAF flooded with thousands of visitors vying to see the latest finds of the most prestigious art, antiquity and jewelery dealers. Whilst today marked the official opening, a significant number of pieces have already been acquired and whisked away by eager collectors.
Laura Poitras is a documentary filmmaker, photographer, and the director of Citizenfour, the Oscar-winning film on Edward Snowden and the post 9/11 NSA domestic spying scandal. In 2004 she directed My Country, My country a�� the film that convinced Snowden to choose Poitras to direct Citizenfour.
LAFA et Wildgen ont le plaisir de vous inviter à la conférence :
« L’authenticité de l’oeuvre d’art : du concept à la réalité du marché ». Suivie par une visite guidée de l’exposition Bubblelicious” par SUMO.
More that 60 guests attended the conference entitled a�?legal vehicles & structures to hold and invest in art a�?orgnized by LAFA during TEFAF on March 18th. The event was graced by the presence of Guy Arendt, Luxembourgish Secretary of State for Culture and several of his high ranking advisors.
Every year, the publication of the Tefaf Art Market Report by Arts Economics expert Dr. Clare McAndrew sets the standard for data used within presentations about the art market for the next 12 months. The statistics on art sales, regional divides and trends in commerce are very interesting.
Roman KrA�ussl, Thorsten Lehnert, and Nicolas Martelin from the Luxembourg School of Finance applied a new statistical method of detecting bubbles to over one million auction records from 1970 to 2014, focusing their research on the Impressionist and modern, post-war and contemporary, American, and Old Masters sectors of the market.
Could Anvers, Belgium, be making a name for itself among the international contemporary art capitals? Often referred to as the little country of great collectors, Belgium has once again proved that it is just that. Maurice Verbaet began collecting in the early 70s and he has just inaugurated his personal museum in the heart of Anvers.
"LEGAL VEHICLES AND STRUCTURES TO HOLD AND INVEST IN ART" - on Friday March 18th 2016 from 9:30 to 11:00 at TEFAF - MECC Maastricht Exhibition & Congress Center Forum Business Lounge 0.8
Maastricht, The Netherland, T: + 31 43 383 83 83
The art market appears to be entering its cooling-off period. For the past six years, an influx of newly wealthy collectorsa��particularly from Chinaa��has pushed up prices for everything from Ming vases to Claude Monet, but now there are signs that the bidding paddles could come down hard.
The time is ripe for analyses, questions and predictions: Are artworks changing hands at higher prices than their real value? Has the bubble already returned? And will it burst? What impact will the uncertainty of the global economy have on the art market?
What is your wonderfully creative conceptual artwork worth without that flimsy, all-too-tangible certificate to authenticate it?
In truth, nothing. Zero. Nada. Zilch.
Conceptual art has the concept or idea at its heart; the media used to construct it is given secondary importance.
Between January and June 2015, an sales by public auctions worldwide generated 8.1 billion US dollars! the biggest markets for public auctions are the United States, the United Kingdom and China with France and Germany completing the top 5 (ref Arnet). Record sales occur on a regular basis.
During their public auctions in London in February 2015, Sotheby's benefited from a strong market with masters of impressionist and modern art (Monet, Matisse, ToulouseA� Lautrec) where one sale reached 247.3 million Euros.
The Polygone Riviera on France’s Côte d’Azur is the latest shopping mall which not only features retail stores, but also exhibits contemporary art.
t’s where the middle classes go on coffee dates, watch movies and spend their hard-earned cash on buying designer clothes and getting manicures. While shopping centres may be at the heart of contemporary consumer culture, these spaces are not usually synonymous with contemporary art. At least, not until now.
Lately, wealthy art collectors have been saving millions of dollars by using the legendary A� 1031 exchange A�. The provision refers to a section in the American Internal Revenue Code that allows investors the opportunity to defer federal taxes indefinitely. Yet whilst the provision in the tax system is surging in popularity, the 2016 budget under the Obama administration foresees a considerable tax loss in need of rectifying.
In Venice, ita��s all about location, it is pavilion placement that reminds us that not everyone starts out on an even foot, with each country assigned their spot. Powerful Westerners, and some of their former colonies are located in the beautiful Giardini, whilst others must settle for the Arsenale - a respectable location if you dona��t mind being squeezed in. Finally, those for whom art and soft power is clearly not a priority, often rely on generous donors and rent somewhere snazzy in the city for six months.
It is doubtful that Russian billionaire and Chelsea Football club owner Roman Abramovich felt that sensation of buyersa�� regret after his A?60 million 24-hour spending spree at Christiea��s and Sothebya��s in New York in 2008. He paid A?17 million for Lucian Freuda��s Benefits Supervisor Sleeping, and then proceeded to acquire Francis Bacona��s Triptych (1976) for A?43 million the next day.
Luxembourg Art&Finance Association (www.lafa.lu), announced today that it has officially launched a new website and corporate identity. We provide visitors, members and partner organizations with even more relevant and easy-to-find information.
What are the opportunities and the solutions for the UHNW clients and the wealth management professionals. Alain Mestat, Managing Partner, PassionProtectA� European Director, Art Capital Group and President of the Luxembourg Art & Finance Association, Luxembourg ...