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Investing In Art On A Budget - 6 Steps To Invest On A Budget

Investing In Art On A Budget - 6 Steps To Invest On A Budget

Investing in art on a budget may seem like an impossible goal, so what can you do if you want to start an art collection but feel limited by your budget?

Becoming an art investor doesn’t need to be intimidating and even with a budget of £10,000 or less, you can get onto the art investment ladder.

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The S&P Gallery Spring 2022 Fine Art Collection Roundup

The S&P Gallery Spring 2022 Fine Art Collection Roundup

Now that Spring has officially sprung, we’re able to deliver the first instalment of our new seasonal fine art collection roundup, exciting artworks that have been hand-selected by our S&P Gallery expert art advisors.

This selection of fine art pieces contains both original artworks and limited-edition prints.

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Stuart McAlpine Miller Contemporary Art Exhibition Launch Event

Stuart McAlpine Miller Contemporary Art Exhibition Launch Event

S&P Gallery in South Kensington, London, are proud to announce the upcoming contemporary art exhibition and launch event for the latest collection from Stuart McAlpine Miller - Revelations: A Portrait Of Magic.

The exhibition runs from April 13th to April 27th 2022 with a VIP launch event to kick start the exhibition with some magical experiences, including the artist himself coming to the gallery in person, to showcase his latest collection.

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Investing In Artists At Different Career Stages

Investing In Artists At Different Career Stages

Once you’ve come to the realisation that there are plenty of good reasons to invest in art, one of the next steps is to think about which artists to invest in and to consider investing in artists at different career stages. 

Historically, the art market has performed well and has a resilience and stability that stands out from the stock market and more traditional asset classes. As with any alternative asset, however, investors need an understanding of the art market and what makes particular artworks valuable.

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Why Invest In Art?

Why Invest In Art?

Before considering art as an investment and making the decision as to whether or not to begin an art collection, or add one to your current investment portfolio, an important question to find an answer to is: why invest in art?

There are many good reasons to invest in art and in this article, we take a look at some of those reasons in depth.

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10 Reasons You Need An Expert Art Investment Advisor

10 Reasons You Need An Expert Art Investment Advisor

Whether you’re a beginner to art investment or an experienced and seasoned collector, or even if you’re wondering if art is a good investment, you can definitely benefit from the guidance of an expert art investment advisor.

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Is It Worth Investing In Fine Art Photography?

Is It Worth Investing In Fine Art Photography?
In an art market that stretches back for centuries, paintings and sculptures always tend to be at front of mind when it comes to art as an investment; with photographs being a relatively new addition to the art investment world at the cutting edge of contemporary art. Continue reading

The Importance Of Loving The Art You Invest In

The Importance Of Loving The Art You Invest In

Knowing how to invest in the art market is a great stepping stone to becoming an investor, but something that is worth learning for investors both new and old to the game is the importance of loving the art you invest in. 

By combining a love of art with informed decisions based on research and expert guidance, you can own a stable asset that you’ll be able to enjoy to the full regardless of your experience level with investments. 

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Comics & Cartoons: Original Artworks From Jeremy Jones

Comics & Cartoons: Original Artworks From Jeremy Jones
Inspired by comics and cartoons, contemporary street artist Jeremy Jones has gone from painting on the Southbank’s concrete slopes to having a show dedicated to his creative other-wordly experiences of some familiar characters at the S&P Gallery. Continue reading