I began my career publishing Who Was Who in American Art — awarded best art reference book published in North America. Many art research tools followed. I also pioneered in publishing indices of auction price results and was the Founding Editor-in-Chief of ArtNet. Since 2000 I’ve served as the U.S. Senior Advisor to the largest publisher of art market data — Artprice.com. I’ve continued publishing with my online magazine, Discoveries in American Art, vetted by a Curatorial Board of noted art historians and critics.
As the leading manager of artist estate collections, I make a market for significant but forgotten artists. I’m an independent curator, advisor, art historian — and appraiser who continues to serve as expert witness in some of the world’s largest art lawsuits.
Get to Know Me
What do you do in the art world?
I am a Manager of artist estate collections; a Curator; an Art Historian; an Appraiser; an Expert witness; and an Art Reference Book Publisher.
What are the most interesting aspects of your work?
I love bringing lesser known, but significant artists' works to the public.
What international art destination do you want to visit most?
I live in NYC, an art destination in itself. That said, I am intrigued by discovering lesser-known areas that should be art destinations.