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Young Artists To Invest In

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Young Artists To Invest In
Conceptual Art: Jason ShulmanFor those of you who want something a bit more cuttingedge, conceptual art might be an avenue worth exploring. Shulman is an artist who combines science and traditional artistry to display his works. One of his most notable pieces is a portrait of a dead friend that requires viewer participation the image is revealed in a piece of flawless glass only after the viewer breathes on it.
Reason to invest: Conceptual art is among the riskiest of investments you could lose your shirt or come out further ahead than you ever imagined.
Manga: Aya TakanoAs you get older, it might become less acceptable to collect comic books, but have no fear: The art world offers up plenty of solid alternatives. The Japanese arts of manga (comics) and anime (animation) have become increasingly popular over the past decade, and a new breed of artist is emerging.
Under the wing of legendary animeinspired artist Takashi Murakami KaiKai Kiki studio, Aya Takano is a master of contemporary Japanese twodimensional characterdriven art. Along with other artists in Murakami circle, Takano is boldly twisting the cartoonish aesthetic of manga and creating a much more realistic portrait in her work, driving toward a more modernist approach to the sexualized themes most often portrayed.
Reason to invest: Often cited as the Warhol of Japan, Murakami has diversified in recent years, and has collaborated with Louis Vuitton on handbags and Molten USA on $400 limitededition soccer balls. The more exposure he gains, the higher the resale value of his earlier works. Because of the transferability of this style, pieces by artists that work with him are also bound to increase in value.
Street Art: Mike LeeIf the art world seems too stuffy for you, take the time to check out Bostonbased Mike Lee, a graffitistyle artist who works in both traditional and digital dimensions. With no formal art background, Lee uses striking imagery and bold colors to depict urban life on canvas, on screen and on the walls of his hometown to highlight the attitude of the city.
Capturing modern life at its grittiest, his work provides a noholdsbarred look into youth culture in the United States. In addition to an array of burlesque characters,[url=]nike free run[/url], Lee has captured legendary artists like Jimi Hendrix in his uniquely stylized portraits. Taking his work to new levels every year with an increasing use of digital resources, Lee is on the cutting edge of the new hybrid of street and technological art.
Reason to invest: With its use of increasingly experimental techniques, graffitistyle work is true modern art. The crossover potential of this style drives up prices for original works Lee himself has been involved in customizing shoes for the Adidas Shoe Design Event. The most notable benefits of this type of work are the groundlevel exposure afforded by outdoor pieces, and the allure of art that is both inspired by and part of urban life.
investing in artArt investment may not seem as practical as the factsandfigures world of the stock market, but it can return huge dividends if done right.

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