The acquisition, securing, preserving, and maintaining of high-value art is expensive. Even though high-quality art has strong asset appreciation, it is generally cash-flow negative until it is sold. And the strong appreciation in value means that insurance premiums continue to grow (particularly for private museums), even if revenues do not. There are generally five main ways to access liquidity of some form from high-value art:
Fine art is already a savvy & established investment, which has historically been out of reach for most investors. IKON will bridge this gap to make it an accessible asset class for more investors.
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