Talking

From introductions of our founding principals to discussions about legacy management, this video series aims to provide insights into Art Legacy Planning’s practice as legacy and estate managers.

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Mary DInaburg:

The Beginning of art legacy planning

Principal Mary Dinaburg discusses how Art Legacy Planning came to be and the demand for legacy planning services.

 

Kathy battista:

introducing our four principals

Principal Kathy Battista introduces Art Legacy Planning’s four principals and discusses the collective expertise they bring to Art Legacy Planning.

 

Bryan faller:

“artists first” approach

Principal Bryan Faller explores Art Legacy Planning’s “artists-first” approach in legacy planning and estate management.

 
 
 

 

HYPERALLERGIC: /Art Movements Podcast

What Should Artists Do With Their Work After They Die?

Hrag Vartanian speaks about the business of artists’s estates is becoming a big business, but the realities facing artists today aren’t always as glamorous as some might think. For every multi-millionaire dollar Robert Rauschenberg estate, there are thousands of lesser-known talents whose families have to confront the tough decisions about what to do with hundreds of artworks and archives.

To sort out the realities facing artists and their loved ones, I invited two experts in the field who deal extensively with artist estates. Saul Ostrow is a critic, curator, and a principal at Art Legacy Planning, and Jason Andrew is a curator and partner at Artist Estate Studio.

Both of them are on the front lines of helping artists and their families decide what to do with their art after they pass away. I invited them to share their expertise in an episode that is a must-listen for those who are faced (or may be one day) with helping the artists in their lives to plan for the inevitable.

While Johan Zoffany’s “Tribuna of the Uffizi” depicts the collection of an 18th-century English gentleman, the painting also captures the sheer scale of work that many are forced to deal with when they’re grappling with artist estates (image courtesy  Wikipedia )

While Johan Zoffany’s “Tribuna of the Uffizi” depicts the collection of an 18th-century English gentleman, the painting also captures the sheer scale of work that many are forced to deal with when they’re grappling with artist estates (image courtesy Wikipedia)


UNTITLED, Art. Podcast Live
Legacy Planning: The Present Future

As part of the 2018 UNTITLED, ART. Miami Podcast Live program, Art Legacy Planning presented Legacy Planning: The Present Future, a conversational workshop with guest speakers Mary Dinaburg, Saul Ostrow, Bryan Faller, and Kathy Battista. The informative workshop addressed issues around cultivating and preserving art legacies in the 21st century.

For more information about our podcast program at UNTITLED, ART. Miami, please visit our Events page.