Where would you say the largest number of artworks in the world are concentrated? And the most valuable ones?
Probably most of you will think of the British Museum in London, the Louvre in Paris or the MOMA in New York. However, in order to answer this question, we have to travel to Geneva, Switzerland. There is a mysterious enclave within which hundreds and hundreds of thousands of works of art are stored. Some of the most important works in human history are guarded in this place, far from the prying eyes of the general public.
But why has Geneva become a global repository for pieces of art? Why do great fortunes deposit their works here? Why do they invest in art in the first place? In this video, we will answer these questions and also tell you how Argentina is becoming a leading market for the art industry.
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