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Managing Artists’ Collections

Managing Artists’ Collections

The Starting Point for Practical Advice. Decades should not have to pass before artists or their heirs consider practical strategies to preserve and promote a life’s work and archive. The Dumpster is not a legacy option. Therefore, the big question looms: To whom can artists or their heirs turn for advice? Discoveries in American Art...

May 23, 2019May 29, 2019

Hollis Taggart

Hollis Taggart’s mission has not wavered since he founded his gallery in 1979: “There is great art out there, beyond obvious brand names. It inspires and motivates us to bring awareness to these newly-discovered artists who warrant deeper examination.” For four decades Hollis Taggart has maintained a deep commitment to scholarship in producing the gallery’s...

March 2, 2019April 2, 2019

Artprice.com

Artprice has clearly lived up to its headline as “the world leader in art market information.” Every month, a whopping 2.7 million visitors search the world’s largest database, which by early 2019 had documented 12,127,500 artworks created by more than 702,156 artists as offered by 6,300 auction houses — and those numbers are increasing daily....

January 25, 2019January 26, 2019
Steffen Thomas Museum of Art

Steffen Thomas Museum of Art

The Steffen Thomas Museum of Art in Buckhead, Georgia — located just east of Atlanta — is one of only 14 “single artist” museums in America. Many will know of the museums established for Georgia O’Keeffe, Norman Rockwell, and Andy Warhol. The missions of such museums deliver full immersion into an artist’s life works, thereby...

January 20, 2019May 10, 2019
Quogue Gallery

Quogue Gallery

Quogue Gallery is a delightful surprise because it is one the country’s most prominent art galleries to be situated in one of the country’s smallest towns. Quogue (founded in 1659) is located on the beaches of Southampton on Long Island’s South Shore. Its population is less than a thousand, but the village has been well-known...

January 3, 2019January 24, 2019