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Buying art as investment

Last month, Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi made history by selling for the highest price ever paid for a piece of art at auction - 450 million dollars. Buying art for prestige or pleasure is nothing new. But the world's most sought-after art pieces are also being bought for pure investment.

Da Vinci: Beyond the artist | Showcase

Da Vinci: Beyond the artist | Showcase

Da Vinci Retrospective

Da Vinci Retrospective

Art prices hit record highs | Money Talks

Art prices hit record highs | Money Talks

Leonardo da Vinci: The Faces of the Genius | Exhibitions | Showcase

Leonardo da Vinci: The Faces of the Genius | Exhibitions | Showcase

The Rise of K-Art | Bosphorus Film Festival 2021 | Duran Duran's 'Future Past'

The Rise of K-Art | Bosphorus Film Festival 2021 | Duran Duran's 'Future Past'

The Rise of K-Art

The Rise of K-Art

Istanbul Photo Awards Exhibition opens in New York

Istanbul Photo Awards Exhibition opens in New York

Bosphorus Film Festival 2021

Bosphorus Film Festival 2021

Halloween Kills

Halloween Kills

The Rise of Amoako Boafo | Halloween Kills | Art from Fingernails

The Rise of Amoako Boafo | Halloween Kills | Art from Fingernails

The Rise of African Art

The Rise of African Art

In Conversation with Pedro Alonso | The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present | Love is in the Bin

In Conversation with Pedro Alonso | The Lyrics: 1956 to the Present | Love is in the Bin

In Conversation with Pedro Alonso

In Conversation with Pedro Alonso

Paul McCartney reveals the reason behind Beatles' Break Up

Paul McCartney reveals the reason behind Beatles' Break Up

Frieze London 2021 | The Last Duel | Candeger Furtun Exhibition

Frieze London 2021 | The Last Duel | Candeger Furtun Exhibition

Frieze London 2021

Frieze London 2021

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