Scott is the Founder and CEO of Masterworks, a platform for investing in art markets. Scott has been an active collector of contemporary art for more than fifteen years and has built an internationally-recognized collection of Abstract Expressionism that has included works by Clyfford Still, Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, and more. In addition to Masterworks, Scott serves on the board of v2 ventures (Adparlor, Giant Media, Reachmobi, Amply, and Sellozo), Payability, and the Brooklyn Rail (a non-profit publication in the art industry). In this podcast we discuss:
What determines the value of art
Importance of gallery representation and marketing
How liquidity has evolved in the art market
Where the main buyers of art are from
How different segments of art market have performed
What the expected return of art is
How art correlates to other asset classes
When art has underperformed
Examples of artists whose art has performed well: from Basquiat to Gilliam
You can read the transcript for this podcast here.
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