Art Legacy Planning

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At its core, Art Legacy Planning is a consulting and referral service committed to developing strategies for artists, collectors’ estates, as well as estate professionals.

 
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We are metaphorically Architects, General Contractors, and Construction Managers in that we customize a program to the needs of our client.

Our overarching goal is to provide the services and guidance necessary to fulfilling the wishes and sustain the legacy and
vision of our clients.

ALP services beyond those of planning are the maintenance of inventory, storage, cataloguing and when suitable produce publications, as well as directing clients to a group of esteemed colleagues, ranging from conservation experts, appraisers, art lawyers, financial planners to mediators.

In the instance that clients have their own team
already in place, we will work with them providing expert consultation and direction.

Who We Are

Founded by art consultant Mary Dinaburg, critic Saul Ostrow, art historian Kathy Battista and financial planner Bryan Faller, Art Legacy Planning brings together a multiplicity of art world expertise to offer a much needed and unique organization.

Our expertise, tacit knowledge and our active participation allows us to observe, analyze prescribe and facilitate the necessary course of action for our clients.

Clockwise from top left: Mary Dinaburg, Saul Ostrow, Kathy Battista, Bryan Faller

Clockwise from top left: Mary Dinaburg, Saul Ostrow, Kathy Battista, Bryan Faller

Questions

  

Have you given any thought to your art legacy?


  

Have you made any plans for it?


  

Have you inherited any art and/or collections?


Have you given any thought to the care and management of it?


Have you identified an executor for your artistic legacy?


Is the executor of your artistic legacy different from the executor of your estate?


Is the executor of your artistic legacy an art professional(s)?


Are your art-works inventoried?


Have you organized your archive?


Have you reflected on how you would like your art legacy handled in the future?