Any art connoisseur understands the gruelling process of buying artwork - finding the right piece according to your needs, visiting auction houses, and displaying your art at an appropriate exhibition. Bojana Popovic, a former post-war and contemporary art specialist at Christie's auction house and visiting lecturer at Quintessentially, breaks through the 'white noise' associated with art procurement.
She brings her expertise to guide her high net-worth clients towards suitable artwork tailored to their taste and goals, ranging from investment purposes to interior decoration.
Popovic's approach to art advisory is led, first and foremost, by the significance she places on 'nurturing relationships with clients.' Her one-to-one client focus has extended beyond art procurement to the finer details associated with art storage and exhibition. She tells Spear's that her processes 'guide the right owner to the right piece tailored for them.'
A new trend she has observed in the art world is the rise of younger collectors who are interested in art investment. ‘I’m seeing more and more younger collectors – especially young professionals who are not necessarily linked to the art world, in terms of their industries, who are turning to art as a form of investment,' she says. ‘In particular, contemporary art, because they want to hang something eye-catching and visually striking in their home, but equally, they hope it can become a good investment.’
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Top Recommended 2023, Art Advisers