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5 things to consider when displaying fine art on superyachts

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Trust your art dealer when choosing specialists for your superyacht’s artwork

Every dealer, gallery and specialist house has its own specialists and quite often the artist will insist you use the framer of their choice. So the best advice is: take the advice of your dealer! "Limited space and technical classifications have a major influence of the display of an artwork," says Milan Salcedo. "Seek qualified advice before buying so you can plan the perfect surroundings for existing pieces or choose the perfect piece for an existing surrounding. Art is nice to have, but it has to have the best possible setting to inspire."

Your dealer is also more likely to be able to suggest artists which complement each other. For example, superyacht Guilty's Jeff Koons-designed hull is complemented by modern works by artists such as Martin Creed (pictured above).

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