I’m an art advisor NYC. I help my clients collect and develop the art collections through me, an art advisor NYC. Being an art advisor NYC is a very exciting job. One can enjoy art, collect it, live with it, engage with it and have fun with it just like an artist can transmit happiness, emotion and beauty even more so if I’m looking at art all the time, as the art advisor NYC that I am.
I like interesting, fun and engaging art. In my function as an art advisor NYC, through the act of living with art, people engage with pieces that I select as an art advisor NYC in a celebratory manner. Who says that to be a serious collector or a serious artist one has to buy or collect or make incomprehensible, dark, conceptual art? Who says that the harder to understand the art the smarter the collector has to be? I try to demystify these myths as an art advisor NYC. Sometimes my job as an art advisor NYC feels like I have to dispel the old tale of “the Emperor Has No Clothes” where someone offers the emperor to make the most amazing clothes that can only be seen by the smartest and most sophisticated people but the emperor is naked and his inner circle is afraid to tell him until he goes out and a child yells that the emperor is naked. As an art advisor nyc I have to be honest and help my clients to see that in certain areas of the art world some players want to remain hermetic and impenetrable -- the art is dry and boring and the artist has no talent and nobody says that because they don’t have an adviser NYC like me. Some of these obscure players are afraid of revealing that at the end of the day, there's nothing there, they are all naked and my role as an art advisor nyc is to tell the truth.