Panelists will explore both on line galleries for artists and for art collectors. They will guide the audience in navigating the wide variety of galleries without walls, how to participate, locate and become part of this increasingly important aspect of the art world.
Moderator: Joan Giordano, artist, ATOA Board Member
Gracie Mansion: has over 30 years of extensive experience in all aspects of the art market, specializing in Modern and Contemporary Art. She has lectured and participated in panels at museums and universities in the United States and Europe. As an independent curator and consultant to private collectors, corporations, and museums, she has advised her clients on acquisitions and assisted them in the development of their art collections. She opened her eponymous gallery in the East Village of New York City in 1982, later moving to SoHo, and then to Chelsea, before closing in 2002 to concentrate on private dealing and the secondary art market. She is currently the Senior Specialist for Post War and Contemporary Art at artnet auctions.
Tze Chun: founder of Uprise Art, an online gallery for the next generation of art collectors. Uprise Art features artwork by the best emerging artists, and makes collecting original art easier and more affordable. Their team of art advisors helps collectors and companies find the perfect art for their homes and offices. Tze graduated from Columbia University and has delivered talks on art and entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, Affordable Art Fair, the Apple Store, Cooley LLP, and Deloitte, among others, and was featured in Forbes.com, Martha Stewart, Under30CEO and Marie Claire.
Kate Singleton: She has shared her passion for exploring and collecting art a decade ago on her blog. Art Hound. . This exploration of the burgeoning online artist community became the foundation for Buy Some Damn Art, , a web-based gallery for original art which has exhibited the work of over 140 artists from Brooklyn to Australia. Kate is the author of Ceramics: Contemporary Artists Working in Clay published by Chronicle Books which offers a "stunning look at the whimsical and eclectic world of present-day ceramic art" (Publisher's Weekly)
Organized by Joan Giordano, Lynne Mayocole, and Cheryl Sokolow, Board members of ATOA
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