Online | April 14 - 23

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Webinars

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Jennifer Klos.

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Recorded on April 15, 2020. Webinar begins at 10 minutes 45 seconds.

Klos is a Dallas-based art advisor, lecturer and independent curator. Gain insights into this year's online fair and navigate the online gallery viewing rooms from a selection of the 84 participating galleries. Learn how to refine your eye, ask questions, and determine your personal taste to start building a personal collection, on any budget.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with art advisor, Simone Joseph, SGJ Fine Art LLC.

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Recorded on April 16, 2020. Webinar begins at 15:00 minutes.

Simone is joined in conversation by Erin Dorn of McClain Gallery, Eric Gleason of Kasmin Gallery, and Chandra Johnson of SOCO Gallery. Simone Joseph, a native of Kansas City, MO, lives and works in New York City, and has spent over twenty years working in the international art business. Simone built degrees in Art History and English Literature at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, into leadership roles in the New York City gallery world. As director of several prominent art galleries, she produced scores of exhibitions, participated in multiple international art fairs and curated numerous independent projects. Simone founded SGJ Fine Art LLC, New York, in 2012, a professional art advisory service for new and established private collectors, foundations, museums and estates across the U.S. and abroad. Simone specializes in the acquisition and sale of Post-War and Contemporary art, as well as select curatorial projects.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with art advisor, Anne Bruder.

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Recorded on April 16, 2020. Webinar begins at 7 minutes 15 seconds..

Anne is joined in conversation by James Fuentes Gallery, Rachel Uffner Gallery, and Canada Gallery.

Anne Bruder Art (ABA) is a full-service, New York-based art advisory firm specializing in contemporary art with a focus on developing collections for new and established collectors. Anne has spent twelve years working in the New York art world. Prior to starting Anne Bruder Art, she was the Director of Worth Art Advisory, a highly-regarded advisory firm. Anne was previously a Director at Venus Over Manhattan and Associate Director at Sperone Westwater, internationally-renowned New York galleries. Anne currently serves on the Artists Council of the Whitney Museum of American Art and she is also a member of the New Art Dealers Association (NADA). Anne has a Masters in Modern Art from Columbia University and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree with Honors in Art History. She also attended an accelerated business program at Columbia Business School. Although Anne has spent her adult life in the northeast, she maintains strong ties to her Texas roots and the Dallas art community. She lives in Greenwich Village with her husband, son, and dachshund.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Temple Shipley.

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Recorded on April 16, 2020.

Temple Shipley advises collectors of contemporary art on acquisitions and manages their strategic loans, museum gifts, insurance valuations, and estate plans.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Terri Provencal. Guest appearances by artists Mungo Thomson and Arthur Peña.

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Recorded on April 17, 2020.

Terri Provencal is the founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of PATRON Magazine, dedicated to the visual and performing arts in North Texas.

Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Laurie Ann Farrell, Senior Curator, Dallas Contemporary.

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Recorded on April 18, 2020.

Webinar begins at 4 minutes 30 seconds. Laurie is joined in conversation by Danette Dufilho of Conduit Gallery, Hannah and Hilary Fagadau of 12.26, Sara Nickleson of Library Street Collective, James Cohan of James Cohan, and Mary Sabbatino of Galerie Lelong & Co.

Schedule of Events

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Jennifer Klos.

Meeting Recording: CLICK TO VIEW

Recorded on April 15, 2020. Webinar begins at 10 minutes 45 seconds.

Klos is a Dallas-based art advisor, lecturer and independent curator. Gain insights into this year's online fair and navigate the online gallery viewing rooms from a selection of the 84 participating galleries. Learn how to refine your eye, ask questions, and determine your personal taste to start building a personal collection, on any budget.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with art advisor, Simone Joseph, SGJ Fine Art LLC.

Meeting Recording: CLICK TO VIEW

Recorded on April 16, 2020. Webinar begins at 15:00 minutes.

Simone is joined in conversation by Erin Dorn of McClain Gallery, Eric Gleason of Kasmin Gallery, and Chandra Johnson of SOCO Gallery. Simone Joseph, a native of Kansas City, MO, lives and works in New York City, and has spent over twenty years working in the international art business. Simone built degrees in Art History and English Literature at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, into leadership roles in the New York City gallery world. As director of several prominent art galleries, she produced scores of exhibitions, participated in multiple international art fairs and curated numerous independent projects. Simone founded SGJ Fine Art LLC, New York, in 2012, a professional art advisory service for new and established private collectors, foundations, museums and estates across the U.S. and abroad. Simone specializes in the acquisition and sale of Post-War and Contemporary art, as well as select curatorial projects.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with art advisor, Anne Bruder.

Meeting Recording: CLICK TO VIEW

Recorded on April 16, 2020. Webinar begins at 7 minutes 15 seconds..

Anne is joined in conversation by James Fuentes Gallery, Rachel Uffner Gallery, and Canada Gallery.

Anne Bruder Art (ABA) is a full-service, New York-based art advisory firm specializing in contemporary art with a focus on developing collections for new and established collectors. Anne has spent twelve years working in the New York art world. Prior to starting Anne Bruder Art, she was the Director of Worth Art Advisory, a highly-regarded advisory firm. Anne was previously a Director at Venus Over Manhattan and Associate Director at Sperone Westwater, internationally-renowned New York galleries. Anne currently serves on the Artists Council of the Whitney Museum of American Art and she is also a member of the New Art Dealers Association (NADA). Anne has a Masters in Modern Art from Columbia University and graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree with Honors in Art History. She also attended an accelerated business program at Columbia Business School. Although Anne has spent her adult life in the northeast, she maintains strong ties to her Texas roots and the Dallas art community. She lives in Greenwich Village with her husband, son, and dachshund.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Temple Shipley.

Meeting Recording: CLICK TO VIEW

Recorded on April 16, 2020.

Temple Shipley advises collectors of contemporary art on acquisitions and manages their strategic loans, museum gifts, insurance valuations, and estate plans.

Recorded Webinar: Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Terri Provencal. Guest appearances by artists Mungo Thomson and Arthur Peña.

Meeting Recording: CLICK TO VIEW

Recorded on April 17, 2020.

Terri Provencal is the founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of PATRON Magazine, dedicated to the visual and performing arts in North Texas.

Dallas Art Fair Online Tour with Laurie Ann Farrell, Senior Curator, Dallas Contemporary.

Meeting Recording: CLICK TO VIEW

Recorded on April 18, 2020.

Webinar begins at 4 minutes 30 seconds. Laurie is joined in conversation by Danette Dufilho of Conduit Gallery, Hannah and Hilary Fagadau of 12.26, Sara Nickleson of Library Street Collective, James Cohan of James Cohan, and Mary Sabbatino of Galerie Lelong & Co.