Art Futures Group opens in Singapore
Art Futures Group, a broker specialising in Asian contemporary art with offices in Beijing and Hong Kong, has opened a new office in Singapore.
Identifying and providing strong investment opportunities in original works of Chinese Contemporary Art, Art Futures Group first opened its Hong Kong office over two years ago.
With the number of investors in Singapore growing exponentially, the management team decided to grow its regional presence in line with investor demand.
Art Futures Group’s panel of art investment experts monitor global markets and artist records, selecting only pieces with the best capital growth potential. Art Futures Group focuses on lucrative mid-career artists but for portfolio diversification makes sure both new and blue-chip artists are also represented, allowing clients to spread risks and maximise potential gains. Only artists with a proven track record and high popular demand are evaluated, ensuring that all recommendations are financially and culturally focused.
The new office offers a team of dedicated art brokers that work closely with its clients based in Singapore to build a balanced portfolio to suit their individual investment needs. The end-to-end service takes care of every aspect of the investment, from initial purchasing decisions through to exit strategies.
Jonathan Macey (pictured), director of operations at Art Futures Group, says: “Singapore is a sophisticated market. With a number of private art collectors, established auction houses, international art galleries and art fairs based here, the knowledge and desire for Chinese Contemporary Art is strong. Singapore is rivalling Hong Kong as the art hub for Asia. As a leading art brokerage house in Asian art it became evident that we had to have a dedicated team on the ground servicing our Singapore investors.”
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