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Charting the Art Adviser’s Rise in the Art World

Charting the Art Adviser’s Rise in the Art World

Amy Cappellazzo was for thirteen years Christie’s co-head of postwar and contemporary art, and a top dealmaker. In 2014 she left the auction house to become an art adviser. She thought it worthwhile to step back from the pinnacle of the art world for an undefined profession already populated with more people offering consulting services than the market seemed able or willing to support.

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New Report Projects Art Market Growth in 2017—Here’s Why

New Report Projects Art Market Growth in 2017—Here’s Why

Here’s a sentiment you probably haven’t heard in awhile: “2017 may actually be a very stable, nice year.”

That’s the conclusion drawn by Doug Woodham, former Christie’s president of the Americas, from this year’s ArtTactic Global Art Market Outlook, released this week. Amidst the current political turmoil and economic uncertainty, he said, the art market could be an island of stability.

Source:  Artsy Editorial By Anna Louie Sussman

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Love a Piece of Art? Grab It While You Can

Love a Piece of Art? Grab It While You Can

MIAMI BEACH — If there is one thing Norman and Irma Braman have learned over their many years of collecting, it is this: Do not hesitate. Acting decisively has enabled them to secure the prized artworks that fill their home here overlooking Indian Creek. There are Picassos, Warhols, de Koonings and an entire room full of Calders.

Source: New York Times By Robin Pogrebin

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