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Advising clients on risks associated with buying transporting, installing, storing and insurance artwork. Adding a quick question or two at client meetings about existing art and possible purchases may prompt discussions that clients and agents alike will find rewarding. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The global art market is vibrant — up 12% from 2016 to an estimated $64 billion, according to the most recent annual study conducted by UBS and Art Basel.

Evidence of its vitality was seen this past December at Art Miami, a major international event sponsored in part by Chubb, where works by newcomers and established artists in a variety of genres were on display.

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