We discuss why mitigating the risk of gradual damage to art and luxury items is necessary to protect their long-term market value and ensure the continuity of insurance premiums.Cross-Selling in the Online Art and Luxury Sector
If the online art & luxury trade provided more customer value through cross-selling, it could add an extra $12.5 Billion to the sector.The Problem with Due Diligence in the Art Market
Due diligence in an art transaction is about verifying what you are buying and who you are dealing with, so as to minimise your exposure to risk. Our Expert Guest, Pandora Mather-Lees from ArtOnSuperyachts.com gives some essential advice in this regard for collectors.The Rafael Exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome
The Raphael exhibition, marking his 5th centenary, runs until June 2020 at the Scuderie del Quirinale and features 200 of his masterpieces.The Reinvention of Bohemian Glass Sculpture
Bohemian crystal represents quality craftsmanship and Vlastimil Beránek pioneers work in contemporary studio glass and crystal sculpture.Reputation Management in the Art World
Reputation management is essential for collectors, dealers and advisors, whose lives depend on good standing, integrity and professionalism.How Well Do You Know Your Artworks?
Our Expert Guest, Aubrey Catrone of Proper Provenance, comments on how provenance research and collection cataloging can protect art collections.An Exclusive Collection of Ancient Greek Coins from the Mediterranean
An expert view of rare coins of antiquity from the most beautiful Greek and Italian islands, by our guest writer, Ema Sikic of Stanley Gibbons.Art for Weary Travellers in Airports
Museum-quality art, exhibited with care in airports, could soothe weary travellers, reducing stress, jet lag, tiredness and boredom.Displaying Art Collections on Superyachts
Extreme care must be taken to protect fragile art on superyachts due to the reflected UV and extreme variations in temperature and humidity.