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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

Welz discussed the "science" of South African contemporary art.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

We sold a Pierneef for R4.5 million last year.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

William Kentridge is a genius.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

Even if William Kentridge stops being a showman, his works won’t suffer at all.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

Keep an eye on the winners of awards by corporates with an interest in art.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

The auction market is still the most transparent.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

There’s a fair degree of fashion playing a part in the art market.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

The valuation of art is an art.

Anton Welz, Specialist at Stephan Welz & Co.

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