viernes, 26 de mayo de 2017

Sobre coleccionismo de arte y coleccionar como inversión:Huffpost: Oops! Ivanka And Jared Failed To Disclose Their Million-Dollar Art Collection

Hay un tema que, tarde o temprano, salta en la conversación de un coleccionista de arte, sea cual sea el arte. ( fotografía, cuadros, esculturas, libros...) en alguna tertulia , familiar o de amigos o de desconocidos
  • ¿Coleccionas por inversión?
Son muchas las opiniones sobre el tema, todas respetables por cuanto son opinión.
Pero hay artículos que son curiosos de leer por cuanto nos muestran que el tema en otros países, como USA, ha ido mas allá del simple comentario.
Por ello les recomiendo leer:

Oops! Ivanka And Jared Failed To Disclose Their Million-Dollar Art Collection

...A lawyer advising Kushner attributed his pricey omission to the fact that the wife-and-husband duo collect art for pleasure, not business. “Mr. Kushner and Ms. Trump display their art for decorative purposes and have made only a single sale,” 
...But how do you tell if an artwork is indeed “an investment”? One indication, as ethics lawyer Robert Walker told artnet, is whether or not a collector frequently buys and sells their work

Y son bastante curiosas estas dos frases.

Veamos, en principio, muchas veces el arte que se compra se muestra dentro del propio domicilio . Por tanto, quiérase o no tiene una parte de decoración, obligada para que el coleeccionista vea su colección, o parte de ella, en su vida diaria. 

Y luego está la segunda cuestión que indica la noticia. Uno es "inversor en arte" si vende y compra frecuentemente arte. 

Veamos también, la colección de arte se hace mediante aciertos y errores, es un continuo aprendizaje. Pues bien, gran parte de esa enseñanza, hace que las ventas para mejorar la colección, los cambios entre coleccionistas, sean actividades propias de cualquier coleccionista a lo largo del tiempo sin que ello quiera decir que el coleccionista,técnicamente,  sea un "inversor".

Hace mucho tiempo leí una frase en una entrevista a un coleccionista español que me gustó y que también viene al caso:

" Uno se enamora y se desenamora de las obras de arte"

Pues bien este es otro motivo de los cambios dentro de una colección sin que sea por "inversión"

Y este es el motivo básico del coleccionismo "Uno se enamora ( permítaseme la expresión) del arte en cualquiera de sus formas"

Y esto es, posiblemente, lo que la gente no entiende, mucha gente no entiende por más esfuerzo que haga por entenderlo.

En fin, como siempre digo, es una simple opinión personal.

En ( google translate)

There is an issue that, sooner or later, leaps into the conversation of an art collector, whatever the art. (Photography, paintings, sculptures, books ...) in a gathering, family or friends or strangers

    
Do you collect by investment?There are many opinions on the subject, all respectable because they are opinion.But there are articles that are curious to read because they show us that the subject in other countries, like USA, has gone beyond the simple comment.That's why I recommend reading:Oops! Ivanka And Jared Failed To Disclose Their Million-Dollar Art Collection... A lawyer advising Kushner attributed his price and omission to the fact that the wife-and-husband duo collect art for pleasure, not business. "Mr. Kushner and Ms. Trump display their art for decorative purposes and have made only a single sale,... But how do you tell if an artwork is indeed "an investment"? One indication, as ethics lawyer Robert Walker told artnet, is whether or not a collector frequently buys and sells their workAnd these two sentences are quite curious.Let us see, in principle, many times the art that is bought is shown inside the own address. Therefore, he wants or does not have a part of decoration, obliged for the coleecist to see his collection, or part of it, in his daily life.And then there is the second question. One is an "investor in art" if he frequently sells and buys art.Let's see also, the collection of art is done by means of successes and errors, is a continuous learning. Well, much of that teaching, makes sales to improve the collection, changes among collectors, are activities of any collection over time without this meaning that the collector, technically, is an "investor" .A long time ago I read a phrase in an interview with a Spanish collector that I liked and that also comes to the case:"One falls in love and one falls out of the works of art"Well this is another reason for changes within a collection without it being for "investment"And this is the basic motif of collecting "One falls in love (let me the expression) of art in any of its forms"And this is, possibly, what people do not understand, many people do not understand for more effort to understand it.In short, as I always say, it is a simple personal opinion.

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