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Buying art as investment

Last month, Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi made history by selling for the highest price ever paid for a piece of art at auction - 450 million dollars. Buying art for prestige or pleasure is nothing new. But the world's most sought-after art pieces are also being bought for pure investment.

Da Vinci: Beyond the artist | Showcase

Da Vinci: Beyond the artist | Showcase

Da Vinci Retrospective

Da Vinci Retrospective

Art prices hit record highs | Money Talks

Art prices hit record highs | Money Talks

Leonardo da Vinci: The Faces of the Genius | Exhibitions | Showcase

Leonardo da Vinci: The Faces of the Genius | Exhibitions | Showcase

Slumberland | CaixaForum – The City of Arts and Sciences & Peter Seller’s Cinema

Slumberland | CaixaForum – The City of Arts and Sciences & Peter Seller’s Cinema

The Many Faces of a Movie Star

The Many Faces of a Movie Star

In Conversation with John Newbigin | 1899 & Monica Bonvicini's ‘I Do You’

In Conversation with John Newbigin | 1899 & Monica Bonvicini's ‘I Do You’

In Conversation with John Newbigin

In Conversation with John Newbigin

Return to Seoul | Knives Out 2 & Good Night Oppy

Return to Seoul | Knives Out 2 & Good Night Oppy

‘Aftersun’ | ‘The Road Forward’ by Golnaz Fathi & Brazil’s Little Prince

‘Aftersun’ | ‘The Road Forward’ by Golnaz Fathi & Brazil’s Little Prince

Jim Sheridan in Istanbul | War of Independence Exhibition & The Broadway Museum

Jim Sheridan in Istanbul | War of Independence Exhibition & The Broadway Museum

War of Independence Exhibition

War of Independence Exhibition

Irish filmmaker talks national cinemas

Irish filmmaker talks national cinemas

‘The Fabelmans’ | Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now & ‘Voodoo Macbeth’

‘The Fabelmans’ | Yayoi Kusama: 1945 to Now & ‘Voodoo Macbeth’

Gebe / Pregnant | ‘She Said’ & ‘The Englishman’

Gebe / Pregnant | ‘She Said’ & ‘The Englishman’

Gebe / Pregnant

Gebe / Pregnant

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