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Bank of America's Art market Update: Searching for terra firma

Bank of America's Art market Update: Searching for terra firma

HENI News · 13 May, 2024 @ 10:06

Collectors can expect auction estimates to come down and galleries to bring lower-priced works to fairs as discretionary sellers wait until market conditions improve, according to Bank of America's analysis.

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