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How to Make the Most of Museum Deaccessions: Three Art Consultants Weigh In

Sep 18, 2017

Collectors and museums interact in myriad ways, some more obvious than others. Institutions may be where collectors receive their first aesthetic educations, and collectors’ names often accompany the wall text as the donors of the pieces on view. Sitting on museum boards, collectors often guide major institutions, support them financially, and help plan annual benefits.
On rare occasions, however, when museums deaccession works, collectors can buy pieces directly from them. On October 10, for example, Christie’s will hold a sale to deaccession some of the duplicate photographs in MoMA’s own collection. It’s both an opportunity to purchase works once held by one of th ...

Interview of the Month with Winston Art Group

Sep 16, 2017

The Clarion List continues our series of interviews with leading art companies. Whether you are learning about these companies for the first time or are already familiar with their services, we hope this series helps shed insight into each’s distinct niche and makes the art services market in general more transparent.
This month we discussed art advisory with Marc Hajjar, Associate Director at Winston Art Group, a leading independent art advisory and appraisal firm with eight offices in the US. Learn about how the firm's large size helps their clients, how today's treatment of art as an asset class is spurring new trends in art appraisals, and about what trends they are seeing in art ...

In Addition to Educating Collectors, How About Training Art Advisors?

Sep 15, 2017

The 101 Program for Art Advisors by Tang Art Advisory and One Art Nation
By Annelien Bruins, CEO and Art Advisor, Tang Art Advisory
Even as details of the Labor Department’s Fiduciary Rule are still being debated and its implementation may be delayed for another 18 months, the writing’s on the wall. Investors want financial advisors who act in their best interest, and understandably so. There is a lesson to be learnt here. As a number of recent high-profile court cases has shown, there is much potential for misunderstanding in the relationship between collector and art advisor, particularly if potential conflicts of interest or remuneration are not discussed in advance of a col ...