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7 Things to Look for When Hiring an Art Consultant

Aug 21, 2019

The art world is notorious for its lack of regulation and transparency and the global market is full of complexities; it can help to have someone on your side - an art advisor, or consultant - to help you make sense of it all and make the right purchasing decisions as a collector. However, even choosing a consultant can be a daunting task! The Clarion List has more than 800 listings for art consultants, and there are certainly many more globally.
We asked three art consultants with different backgrounds, experience and interests what advice they have for collectors who would like to hire a professional to help navigate the market to purchase art. Leslie Rankow of Leslie Rankow Fine Arts, Te ...

The Changing Role of the Art Advisor

Jul 29, 2019

The line between dealing and advising on purchases of art is growing increasingly blurred – so can we still expect advisers to act solely on their clients’ behalf?
Source: Apollo Magazine

You Want to Buy Art. Is It About Love or Money?

Feb 19, 2019

Collectors offer advice on how to buy fine art, and when to sell it.
Source : The New York Times By PAUL SULLIVAN

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 ...

Professional Advice for Those Fortunate to Inherit an Art Collection

Mar 20, 2017

By Bonnie Kagan of Kagan Fine Art, art advisor and appraiser in New York
You have inherited an art collection. Wonderful
You may ask:
Ok, what do I really want to do with all of this?
What are my options? How does one prepare for the secondary market?
How do you choose an art professional to help?
It is best to choose an Art Advisor and Appraiser, since this person will be able to take you through all the steps to achieve the outcome you want, they will know where to go, what you need, and what it all should cost. Besides having the obvious qualifications as an art professional, choose someone who will take the time to listen to your concerns and situation.
If the art collection has s ...

The 5 Questions You Need to Ask Before You Say, “I’ll Take It” to a Work of Art…

Apr 18, 2016

It’s easy to walk into a gallery and swoon at the sight of a work of art, but making the decision to buy it is complex. We asked an art consultant, a conservator, an attorney and an adjuster for the important issues to consider before making such a big purchase.
Question 1: Is it True Love or an Infatuation?
Even experienced collectors have made mistakes, so it’s a good idea to take a little time to ponder your reaction. You may want to consider how it fits into your existing collection; how and where you would display it; and if your gut tells you that the price is in keeping with the value of this particular artwork.
Annelien Bruins of Tang Art Advisory offers her clients a ...

Interview with Heather Marx Art Advisory

Jan 07, 2016

We continue our series of interviews with leading art service providers. 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 make the art services market in general more transparent.
For our first interview of 2016, Heather Marx of Heather Marx Art Advisory discusses what it’s like to be a Bay Area-based art consultant, strange client requests, misconceptions about her field, the SF art market and more.
The Clarion List: What services does Heather Marx Art Advisory offer clients?
Heather Marx: We offer a comprehensive list of services for individuals ...

Art Collector Wingmen: The 7 Experts You’ll Need on Your Team When You Get Serious about Collecting

Jun 29, 2015

Creating a Serious Art Collection
Anyone with a passion for art and some discretionary funds can buy a few collectables for their home. It’s a lovely idea and we hope everyone enjoys art as an integral part of life. But collecting is much more than hanging a painting over your sofa. It’s a leap into the heart of the art world, a strange and wonderful junction where love, taste and commerce meet. When you are ready to get serious about collecting, it’s smart to consult professionals who will help you navigate the complex process of creating and nurturing your collection.
Here are the seven experts you should tap when you get serious about art: Art Title Provider, Art Consu ...