Pamela L. Grutman was a a featured panelist discussing the tax consequences of the transfer of artwork.
"In February of this year, Jon Olsoff, John Cahill and Paul Cossu announced the formation of a new law firm (OCC) catering to the art world. The lawyers at OCC have decades of experience working with institutions as they picked their way through the complex issues associated with these kinds of sales, both at auction and privately.
Now they’ve enlisted the help of Sotheby’s former communications head, Lauren Gioia, who will lend her 20+ years expertise as a consultant to OCC."
@independent_hInstagram: Presenting: The New York Art Market Report • Together with Crozier, we are pleased to announce the publication of the first study on New York collecting that has ever been undertaken. Written by arts economist Clare McAndrew, this commission has been conducted in response to the ongoing assessment of New York City’s inherent strengths as a hub for collecting contemporary art, and its ability to reopen and recover. Surveying over a thousand collectors and