Appraisal Service

The ADAA Appraisal Team

 
Paulina Kolczynska
Freelance
Paulina Kolczynska has been with the ADAA since 2005. She received a M.A. in Art History from Warsaw University, Poland and a Masters of Philosophy from Saint Andrews University, Scotland. In 2014 she was on the panel Collectors' Perspective at ARCO with panelists from the US, Argentina and Mexico. Paulina wrote the catalogue essay for the Mohammed Kazem exhibition at the UAE pavilion in the 55th Venice Biennial 2013. In 2010-2011 Paulina was the Artistic Director of the Art Stations Foundation by Grazyna Kulczyk (ASF) in Poznan, Poland. She co-organized a series of lectures on How to Collect New Media for the Chelsea Art Museum, New York in 2007 and lectured on this topic at the ArteBa in Argentina. Paulina is the author of the monograph Hassan Sharif Works 1973-2011. published by Hatje Cantz, June 2011.


Susan Reynolds
Freelance
Susan Reynolds has been an appraiser with the ADAA since 2010. She has had experience in the appraisal of 20th and 21st century art for four years. Susan holds a B.A. in Philosophy from SUNY Albany, B.F.A. from the University of Cincinnati, and a M.F.A. from Ohio State University. She was Director of Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago and Co-Director of Feigen Inc., Chicago and Feigen Contemporary, New York. Susan has additional experience working for and advising private and corporate collections. 



Gilbert S. Edelson
Counsel Emeritus
Mr. Edelson has supervised the Appraisal Department of the ADAA since its inception in 1962, and his years of experience are an essential resource for the department. Currently counsel at Katten Muchin Rosenman, Mr. Edelson has represented artists, art dealers, collectors and others in the art community in a wide variety of legal matters.