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Art Advisory, The Provocation Column
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Lost & Found—Interesting Stories of Missing and Recovered Works of Art

Scandalous stories have been passed around through the years of works of art which have been recovered after wars or found hidden away in modest homes in the estate process.  These discoveries bring to light the truth—a masterpiece may be lurking in someone’s attic or storage unit, and confiscated works of art may turn up anywhere. Here are some of the most interesting and unbelievable finds in the world of recovered art:
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Art Advisory, Investing in Art, Trends in Art
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Remarkable Urban Art Pieces and Their Creators

Urban art has taken the art world by storm, and it can be found in many art-centric cities in fairs and shows. However, with the current boom, there are genuinely some outstanding examples of urban art worth giving special notice. The following are a few of some remarkable pieces, along with a few interesting tidbits about their creation or fascinating information about the artists who created them:

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Art Advisory, Investing in Art, New Collector
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Digital Art’s Impact on the Fine Art Market

Historically, art was considered only something you could see and touch. Thus, it was easily controlled and managed, with galleries and museums restricting access to (and maintaining the value of) works in limited locations. With the evolution of the online world, art enthusiasts can locate art in its various facilities for viewing and purchasing. In addition, the digital world has provided tools and technology which the artists themselves use to create unique and immersive works which can be seen in person or online from any viewer’s home. With such easy access to portable works of art, how has the fine art market responded?

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Art Advisory, Trips
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A Dream of Big Art in Big Country: Donald Judd’s Marfa, Texas

Photo Courtesy of Sybaris Collection

It is predictable to begin with the oddity of Marfa, Texas; to describe how trendy city-dwellers flock to this remote location to discover minimalist installation art championed by Donald Judd in the 1970’s. But it may be more sensible to consider the combination of open spaces, of natural beauty, and the melding of this starkly-different pair of sights.

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Art Advisory, Investing in Art, New Collector
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A “New” Art World Market or a Simple Shift in Attitude?

Is the art market entering a new era? Statistics seem to support this observation, and for artists and collectors, gallerists and museums, appraisers and auction houses, the news is met with excitement. The rise in art appreciation reflects the international and digital movements found in other aspects of everyday life, where the world truly becomes smaller and more intimate, and history and culture are respected and celebrated as a result. But can we call this a “breakthrough?”

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