Center for Art Law

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Demystifying Art Funds

Over the past decade, fine art has proven itself to be a viable non-traditional asset, and as a result, the number of art investment funds has surged, to enable investors to acquire artworks and to grow their portfolio of investments. What is an art fund? How are art funds established, structured, and managed? Why should one invest in art? Join us for a program with Freda Isingoma, founder and CEO of KIISA LLC, and Christian Parker, a Structured Credit partner at Paul Hastings in London, to discuss art funds, the questions surrounding them, and their role in the broader global art world. The event will be moderated by Irina Tarsis, Founder and Managing Director of the Cente

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