So you have decided to work with an art advisor or consultant. You understand that seeking for their expertise could help you build your collection bigger, or finally start your own soon.
An art advisor is like a business partner and a friend when it comes to your art collection.
“What really matters most is finding someone who looks like they have an awareness in the kind of work that engages you,” Kimberly Maier, representative of the Association of Professional Art Advisors, says.
“This is someone you’re spending time with,” she continues. “You’re going to be going to museums and refining what your interest really is.”
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