Building an art collection can be a tricky affair: is it right to trust your instincts? Where is the best place to buy art? Is it alright to haggle? And should you take any notice of what the experts say?
All these issues, and many more, will be hotly debated at the FT's half-day conference on How to Build an Art Collection to be held in Hong Kong on October 15.
Join dealers, gallerists, auctioneers and artists as they offer their views on today's art market, and offer some practical advice for both beginners and more experienced collectors.
The conference follows a highly successful inaugural event in London last year.
As well as surveying the international scene, the Hong Kong discussions will also focus on Asian art, one of the most volatile sections of the market, but also one which is seeing fresh names and new themes continuously spill into fairs, galleries and auctions.
Whether you are interested in the Old Master paintings that have stood the test of time, or seeking to understand the brash ways of the contemporary scene, How to Build an Art Collection will arm you with everything you need to know.
Special discount 10% off for HKAAA’s members by code: HKAAA2016
For more details and registration, please visit: https://live.ft.com/ArtCollection
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association