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How To Get Noticed—and Commissioned—by an Art Advisor

August 8, 2016

By Conor Risch


Kinzelman Art Consulting matches corporate and private clients with “investment worthy” pieces, as well as work from emerging artists for clients looking for “work that has a conceptual edge and has value,” says KAC vice president Adrienne Johnson.

Art advisors, also called art consultants, play a key role in the contemporary art market. They help private collectors and corporations build their art holdings by advising their clients on acquisitions, and they provide expertise in everything from conservation to insurance, to art handling and installation. They include full-time curators of corporate art collections and others who work independently advising...

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