Robert Travers has been featured in The Art Newspaper, he discusses the impact of Museum Exhibitions on the market value of artists.
In 2017, Piano Nobile published a series of monographs on the auction prices of several 20th-century British artists. The Nobile Index Series examines factors responsible for the commercial sales histories of leading twentieth century British artists.
Research discovered that there is a direct correlation between museum shows and spikes in interest at auction. “It confirmed in a reasonably analysed way that there is a relationship and, therefore, to support museums is not completely philanthropic—there is a commercial spin off,” Travers says.
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