On March 15, Cardozo hosted a panelentitled The Art Market Examined – Art, Business, and Law: What do they have in common? withTracy Nolder, Director, David Zwirner Gallery,
Frank Lord, Associate, Herrick Feinstein LLP, Edward A. McGorry, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. We discussed the primary and secondary art markets and what art advisers, attorneys and gallery owners can do to help their clients. Holding: This market favors symbiosis; collaboration between museums, galleries and auction houses benefits artists and collectors.
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