Enrique Liberman, Art Law attorney, was quoted in a recent article regarding the use of former military bunkers as art storage facilities. The article discusses the fact that soaring art sales have increased the volume of work in storage while also boosting its price, causing a build-up of value at the world’s art vaults, and creating an unforeseen new risk factor for the insurance industry. “Art investors want new storage space to cut their insurance costs, and would use converted military bunkers provided they met the necessary security and climate control requirements,” said Enrique Liberman, president of the New York-based Art Fund Association.
Enrique Liberman chairs the firm’s Art Law + Art Funds practice and is a recognized authority on matters relating to art law and art investments. The firm also benefits from Enrique’s unparalleled expertise in the structuring and operation of “passion funds” and Enrique is one of the world’s foremost authorities on the formation and governance of art investment funds. Read full story here
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