ADAA Collectors' Forum
 
Saturday, February 23, 2008 - 10:00am
Art dealers and auction houses offer different approaches to selling art and perform distinct roles in the art market. This forum brings together a panel of distinguished experts from auction houses and galleries to discuss their different objectives and the impact of those objectives on the arts community. How do the strategies of auction houses and art dealers differ? What are the effects of their practices on artists, museums, and the market at large? How can the two groups unite on common principles to foster stable art markets? What advantages and disadvantages do private dealers and auction houses offer to collectors? Sponsorship Provided by Lehman Brothers

 
 
Alfred Leslie, The Radical Theatre of Alfred Leslie; Ameringer & Yohe Fine Art

 
Location
The Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019


Moderator
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Lindsay Pollock
Journalist and writer, Bloomberg News

Panelists
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David Zwirner
President, David Zwirner

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Andrea Rosen
President, Andrea Rosen Gallery

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Anthony Grant
Senior International Specialist, Sotheby’s

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Michael Findlay
Director, Acquavella Galleries, Inc.

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Simon de Pury
Chairman, Phillips de Pury & Company

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Amy Cappellazzo
International Co-Head, Post-War & Contemporary Art, Christie’s