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Peter Falk

Jun 23, 2022

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 […]
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5 Questions with Accredited Appraiser Frances Zeman

Apr 12, 2022

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Frances Zeman, who has been an active member of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) since 1980. Her broad client and appraisal experience includes Insurance placement and loss, Estates & Trust matters, Charitable Contributions and other Wealth Management strategies. But when we really got deep into things, […]
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Collection Management: Certainty During Uncertain Times

Nov 22, 2021

We're living during a complicated time—a global pandemic, recession, rise of natural disasters, civic unrest.
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Christine Bourron

Nov 22, 2021

Christine Bourron is the CEO of Pi-eX. Founded in 2014, Pi-eX is a London based, FCA regulated, financial broker dealer, focusing on Fine Art market research and Fine Art‐based financial instruments. Pi-eX’s mission is to help art stakeholders better understand and manage risk and volatility in the fine art market. As a financial advisor, Pi-eX […]
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Investing In Art: A Financialized Art Market

Jan 14, 2020

In recent years, there has been plenty of talk of the “financialization” of art. A financialized art market could lead to an explosion of liquidity and value.
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Morgan Long

Jan 14, 2020

Senior Director at Fine Art Group Morgan Long joined The Fine Art Group (“The Group”) in 2002, has been Head of Art Investment since 2005 and is a Senior Director of The Group. As one of The Group’s leading in-house art-experts, Morgan has been responsible for overseeing the due diligence on all purchases and sales […]
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Sharon B. Soloff

Jan 14, 2020

Esq., Partner at FisherBroyles, LLP Ms. Soloff is a partner in the Private Client Services, Trusts and Estates and Tax groups at FisherBroyles, LLP. She has over thirty years of experience advising high net worth clients on domestic and international gift and estate tax planning, advising owners of closely held businesses, and planning with non-profit […]
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Courtney Christensen

Jan 13, 2020

As Director of Trusts & Estates for Winston Art Group, Courtney works with fiduciaries, executors, families and advisors on strategic estate planning, appraisal and disposition of tangible personal property. Prior to joining Winston, she spent 18 years at Sotheby’s where she was Head of Department, Trusts & Estates and senior specialist in American Art and […]
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Alanna Butera

Jul 5, 2019

Alanna Butera is the Vice President and Manager of Butera Art Advisory and Management, LLC. Previously, she was the Director in the Valuation, Trusts and Estates Department at Bonhams New York. She assisted executors, fiduciaries and families in the valuation and sales of their personal property, including everything from fine art and jewelry to motorcars […]
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Roxanne Cohen

Jul 5, 2019

Born and raised in London, Roxanne comes from an art collecting family. After 30 years in the UK, she relocated to the US. With years of experience as an independent art consultant working with a select few private clients and institutions, she also worked at Christie’s Auction House for 5+ years within the Post-War and […]
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Art Advisory 201

Jul 5, 2019

The Art Advisory 201 Program consists of a series of informative and interactive online courses created to guide art advisors on running their art advisory practice. This course is delivered by some of the most experienced art, business and legal experts in the art industry. Our team of leading industry professionals will educate on: Module […]
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Lark E. Mason, Jr.

Jul 4, 2019

Lark E. Mason, Jr. worked with Sotheby’s New York from 1979 to 2003 as a Senior Vice President and specialist in Chinese art, and Director of Online Auctions for Sothebys.com. He is the founder of iGavel Auctions and Lark Mason Associates, Inc. from 2003 to the present. He was an adjunct professor at Parson’s School […]
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Muys Snijders

Apr 10, 2019

Head of Art Collections at AIG Muys Snijders is the Head of the America’s Post-War & Contemporary Art Department. Based in New York, Muys is responsible for leading all Bonhams Post-War & Contemporary Art business in America, furthering Bonhams relationships with consignors and buyers, and expanding the business into new services and capabilities in this […]
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Pall Mall Art Advisors

Feb 26, 2019

Pall Mall Art Advisors (PMAA) employs over 75 appraisers from coast to coast with expertise in all asset classes. PMAA offers independent USPAP compliant appraisals for Insurance, Taxation & Probate, Trusts & Estates, Donation, Family Division and Divorce, Sale on the Open Market or Art as Collateral as well as other complicated valuation scenarios. PMAA’s additional […]
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Art Wealth Management Program

Sep 24, 2018

Art has always been a passion for many and some people have even made it their careers. For those who collect art, it’s not just about the love of the pieces; it’s also about art investment. Art can be a lucrative asset to add to any portfolio and there are a number of ways to […]
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Art Advisory 101

Sep 6, 2017

The art market has become more transparent over the past 20 years but some areas remain opaque. The art advisory field is a good example. No industry-wide standard exists for best practice: not for individual art advisors nor art advisory firms. Oftentimes this opacity prevents collectors from hiring an art advisor. This is unfortunate because a good art advisor provides tremendous value to their clients: educating them on art, saving them time and money, and reducing their transactional risk. Aspiring art advisors, too, are left to their own devices when it comes to navigating the idiosyncrasies of the art market. No education exists on topics such as appropriate fee models or managing client relationships, including potential conflicts of interest.
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Anne Dayton

Apr 19, 2017

Anne Dayton has 20 years of international sales and marketing experience, most recently from Collectrium, a member of the Christie’s group of companies. In her current role, Dayton is charged with identifying and developing revenue streams for the Collectrium suite of service and software.  Collectrium is a digital platform of collection management tools which are […]
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Colleen Boyle

Apr 14, 2017

Colleen Boyle (SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT-NATIONAL SALES DIRECTOR) brings over 20 years of experience in the art and financial world to Pall Mall Art Advisors. A member of the International Society of Appraisers and USPAP compliant, she has valuated art and antiques for corporations, museums and private collectors throughout the United States and provided legal analysis […]
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Stephen Ranger

Apr 5, 2017

Experienced Director and auctioneer with a demonstrated history of excellence and results in the fine wine and art industry. Skilled in business development, sales and leadership in the art auction, fine wine and luxury goods sectors.
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How to Approach Selling Your Art Collection

Mar 14, 2017

Are you looking to sell artwork that no longer fits your aesthetic? Or perhaps you are downsizing and need to let go of certain pieces?
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Stephen Smart

Feb 1, 2017

Stephen Smart worked for 30 years as a family and aboriginal affairs lawyer at Osler Hoskin & Harcourt law firm in Toronto. During that time he took on the responsibility of overseeing his firm’s art collection, which is now one of the most revered corporate collections of contemporary Canadian art in the country. He retired […]
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David Angelo

Feb 1, 2017

David Angelo has been collecting for over 30 years and has no desire to stop. He collects everything from photographs to paintings to mixed media, baseballs, oddities and sculptures. He only collects what his eyes and soul enjoy and help him express both life’s beauty and dark humour. Art has given David a vehicle to […]
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Demystifying Art Collecting

Feb 1, 2017

If your goal is to become a knowledgeable and confident collector, you’ll have to master a few skills and understand your options.
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Artemundi

Nov 25, 2016

Artemundi is an advisory firm providing a “one-stop shop” for financial products related to art. Through Artemundi, investors interested in this asset class are able not only to invest in a diversified art portfolio through the purchase of common or preferred shares, but also to co-invest in particular artworks by way of debt or capital […]
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