Monday, April 25, 2005

Inuit Art As Investments

I was in Quebec City for the weekend and was hoping to see the Brosseau Inuit Art Museum in Old Quebec which has over 500 pieces but apparently the entire collection was recently sold. The collection may turn up again for display in the future somewhere else in Quebec. This brings us to the subject of Inuit art as investments. Many collectors of Inuit art view their collections as investments as with other fine art. Indeed, older pieces of Inuit art have been sold at auctions for high prices. Should contemporary Inuit art be considered as possible investments? For more discussion on this, see the article Inuit Art As Investments.

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