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Excellent Historical Returns

Annual average returns between January 1, 2000, and December 31, 2021. Absolute values based on 100 as of January 1, 2000. Monthly update.

‘First-in-Class’ Alternative Asset

Pole position

The returns offered by the top 50 artists exceed 4 out of the 5 most popular assets such as private capital, venture capital, real estate, and private debt in both Europe and North America.

(*) Source: PitchBook. Data as of 9/30/20 according to 5-year IRR calculation.

'Blue-Chip' Selection

Alberto Giacometti

Switzerland 1901-66. Sculpture. Artprice #12

92.75%
Yearly Return

Alexander Calder

USA 1898-1976. Sculpture. Artprice Index #17

19.59%
Yearly Return

Gerhard Richter

Germany 1932. Painting. Artprice Index #5

47.23%
Yearly Return

Jean-Michel BASQUIAT

USA 1960-1988. Painting. Artprice Index #2

86.70%
Yearly Return

Pablo Picasso

Spain 1881 - France 1973. Painting. Artprice Index #1

16.75%
Yearly Return

Roy Lichtenstein

USA 1923-1997. Painting. Artprice Index #16

19.26%
Yearly Return

Yayoi Kusama

Japan, 1929. Painting. Artprice Index #10

206.64%
Yearly Return

ZAO Wou-Ki

China 1920-2013. Painting. Artprice Index #11

83.55%
Yearly Return

Annual average returns between January 1, 2000, and December 31, 2021. Monthly update.

The Growth of the Art Market

Why is the ‘blue-chip’ art market growing?

Investing in ‘blue-chip’ artists is growing largely due to the increase in the number of wealthy individuals, which in the US increased by 243% between 2008 and 2019 according to data from Cap Gemini, and is comparable to the sustained growth of the Artprice index of the top 50 world artists. The population expansion of the Asian market and its emerging countries suggest that growth will continue at the top of the wealth pyramid.

Access the most liquid art

The art of ‘blue-chip’ artists is the most demanded and the highest quality in the world. So, it’s the most liquid in the market.

Overall, the art market since 2000 has remained constant while the highest value, for more than $250,000 per blue-chip art piece, has stood out strongly and significantly outperformed the average.

Diversified Theme-Based Art Funds

Based on the analysis of global trends in art, economy, decoration, and luxury for the period 2025-2030, ArtsGain creates Investment Themes as an alpha contribution in the investment portfolio of the funds, grouping different artists and styles, diversifying their risk.

Female empowerment

The growth in the value of women artists has exceeded men’s value by 2.5 times since 2012, based on the Sotheby’s Mei Moses index, which measures the evolution of prices in the repetitive sales of the same work of art.

Average artist’s profile: born in 1928 and passed away in 2011

159% Revaluation

Funds also invest in those artists in their last phase of life: out of the 36 artists who died between 2000 and 2012 of the world’s top 500, their works obtained an average revaluation of 159% after their death.

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Proven experience

Our global team of art advisors has +95 years of experience and has achieved an annual return of 14.52% between 2018 and 2021 on its managed artistic assets.

Regulated firm

We manage art funds for accredited investors under the supervision of a European regulator similar to venture capital funds.

Monthly NAV updates

Using big data and owned algorithms we offer you monthly and yearly certified NAV updates. Easy for your audit and to know the evolution of your investment.

Sustainable and Social Funds

Commitment to sustainability

Using low CO2 emission logistics, reusable materials of transportation, and moving artworks only when necessary through pre-established art road channels thanks to our logistic partners.

Social engagement

Funds dedicate 0.3% of their investment to disabled artists through specialized foundations to give visibility to the art of artists with functional disability, mental illness, or at risk of social exclusion.

Investment Opportunities

Funds for accredited investors

The value of the art

Investing in art is a profitable and low-risk decision being among the three main areas of investment of UHNW people.

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The information presented on this webpage is aimed at accredited investors without assuming any type of advice. The shown data is based on calculations made from reasonably reliable sources and is subject to change at any time without notice. Historical performance is not indicative of its future evolution.