This second session in our four-part series will discuss the legal and tax issues that are essential knowledge for art collectors.
Please be sure to join us for the rest of the series:
Part I can be viewed on-demand: Before You Buy – This first session in our four-part series will discuss the best way to embark on your journey as a collector.
May – Part III
Managing your collection: An expert will discuss conservation, documentation, condition reports and photography, databases, installation, storage and other logistics.
September – Part IV
Collecting for the Next Generation: Attendees will learn about long-term care, stewardship and succession planning, art donations to non-profit, and supporting your local arts community as part of your overall collection strategy. Target audience: Art collectors of all levels Please be aware that the program is subject to change. All registrants will be notified of any mendments to the series.
Target audience: Art collectors of all levels.
Please be aware that the program is subject to change. All registrants will be notified of any amendments to the series.
Diana Wierbicki’s practice is focused on art law dealing with purchases, sales, loans, consignments and charitable giving of works of art. Diana has counseled art collectors and art dealers on all aspects of their art transactions. Diana is also a member of the Wealth Planning practice group and advises high net worth individuals and their families on tax, trust and estate planning matters, as well as on commercial transactions associated with that planning.
Diana has been quoted in various news outlets, including the New York Times, CNN, Bloomberg Business, BBC, and Barron’s, and she has written articles in publications such as Trusts & Estates, Crain’s, and Wealth Management.