With the continuous growth of personal wealth and the increasingly prosperous art market, more and more book and painters are eager to enter the market, more and more people have joined the collection army, and many companies have switched to art. Experts advise that the current market for paintings and calligraphy is mixed, so to sum up, there are roughly "top ten flicker schemes" that need to beware.
First, the auction price record, high price Runge
Artists, art institutions, and auction companies do bureaus, stir up artists, and keep records of sky-high transactions to deceive buyers. One of the top 5 painters in China, the piece of work sold by a well-known auction company for a billion-dollar price recently, is still hanging in the painter's home.
The same thing with the sky-high auction is the high price Runge. The owner of the gallery declassified that the general painter's Runge had to remove a zero and then halve it before closing.
Second, the identification scam: as long as the money is given, the false becomes true
Do n’t believe in the so-called appraisal. Some cultural institutions use the collector ’s “hidden value” mentality to arrange so-called “appraisal experts” to appraise the collections and offer attractive reference prices to entice Tibetan friends to sign contracts, commission “auctions” and defraud. service fee. To put it plainly, if you give money, you can identify it. It can really be said to be false, and it can be said to be true.
Publishing books with celebrities
I have published books with famous artists such as Fan Zeng, Liu Dawei, Ouyang Zhongshi, etc. I think many painters have received such calls, and some painters have also done it, thinking that they will become celebrities. Face lost abroad, the means are too old, some pediatrics.
Four, a lot of fake paintings by famous artists