Should I buy a Titian or a Warhol?
5 October 2013
Royal Academy of Arts
Buying and selling art has never been a bigger business. Edvard Munch’s 'The Scream' became the most expensive artwork ever sold when it was auctioned in 2012 for $119.9m at Sotheby’s New York. But the art market is the biggest unregulated market in the world. Who controls it? Who manipulates it? Is its secrecy custom-made for embezzlement? With its strong links with business and America, the Benjamin West Group is ideally placed to stage an entertaining debate on investment in art. A panel of experts will wrangle over who dictates the market and whether it’s better to be in or out. Chaired by the former Chief Executive of Arts & Business, Colin Tweedy.
Free, but please RSVP
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This event is open to Benjamin West Patrons of the Royal Academy. For information on becoming a Patron please click here.