The Telegraph | 

ast week, 18 lots estimated to sell for as much as £200,000 were withdrawn from a contemporary art sale in London. They included works by former Turner Prize nominees and winners David Shrigley, Jeremy Deller, Richard Wright, Jane and Louise Wilson, Liam Gillick, Martin Boyce and Douglas Gordon, as well as OBEs Ryan Gander and Bob and Roberta Smith (aka Patrick Brill). Apart from the artists’ shared distinctions, what bound them together was that they had all invested in their own work by placing these examples as long as 14 years ago in the Artist Pension Trust (APT) – which was now selling… Read more

Image: Iván Navarro Victor (The Missing Monument for Washington, D.C OR a proposal for a monument for Victor Jara), 2008 (ARTIST PENSION TRUST ©)