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Mar
09
2016

PAIAM members are invited to attend the BADA Fair, taking place at the Duke of York Square, King's Road, London SW3, between Wednesday 9 and Tuesday 15 March 2016.  

The BADA Fair is the showcase for members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association, representing the UK's leading specialists in fine art, design and antiques. The BADA Fair has an unrivalled reputation for quality and elegance and is located in the heart of Chelsea. The art and antiques on display range from 16th century works of art to contemporary furniture, all vetted to ensure quality and authenticity. Collectors and first-time buyers alike are attracted from around the world to the BADA Fair. 

Click here to download a complimentary invitation for two people.  

 

 

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Mar
01
2016

This event is a collaboration between PAIAM Member Henry Legge QC, Helen Mulcahy of Hill Hofstetter and Jer O’Mahony of The Family Office at Killik & Co.

The guest speaker is Henry Legge QC, a leading barrister in art law. Henry will cover topics ranging from what can go wrong when you’re running a gallery, mis-descriptions, the secret world of commission and the relationship between dealers and artists.  Helen specialises in commercial dispute resolution with particular emphasis on financial services issues. She represents funds and entrepreneurs in banking and finance disputes as well as in complex commercial disputes. Jer has managed The Family Office at Killik & Co since 2012. He provides UK and international families with comprehensive asset management, in particular he assists with banking, investing, property, art and educational requirements. 


The evening promises to be entertaining and enlightening.

The invitation is extended to PAIAM Members and will take place at 46 Grosvenor Street, Mayfair W1K 3HN from 6.30pm-8.30pm on Tuesday 1st March.


Please email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to confirm your attendance as places are limited.

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Feb
12
2016

Three PAIAM members will join debates at the Art Finance & Law conference, to be held on 12 February in Paris. It will be the third in a series of events organised by Fondation pour le droit de l’art in Geneva and by the Art law commission of ACE.  The title of the event, and the subject of the three discussions taking place, is 'Risks, Rules & Opportunities in Art Investments'.


Anne-Sophie Nardon, Sandrine Giroud and Harco van der Oever will all participate in the round-table discussions and all other PAIAM members are invited to attend. Full details available from  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

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Oct
19
2015

Members of the PAIAM Board hosted an event for the association's American members, and guests, at The CORE Club in New York City on Monday October 19th.

 

This event, sponsored by Rawlinson & Hunter, was the first PAIAM event held outside the UK and provided an exciting opportunity for the association to reach out to its American members and to introduce the association to new parties.  Approximately 40 leading art market professionals attended.

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Oct
01
2015

PAIAM members were invited to meet some of the UK's leading family and divorce lawyers at a networking event held at The Fine Art Society, New Bond Street, on Thursday 1 October.  The aim of the evening was to introduce the vast knowledge found within the membership to interested individuals. Elevator pitches were given by Nick Brett of AXA Art Insurance, Joanna Boatfield of Dixon Wilson, Richard Edwards of 3 Verumlum Buildings and Hetty Gleave and Diana Cawdell for Art Resolve. 

The Fine Art Society, located in New Bond Street, in the heart of London’s vibrant arts district, was established in 1876, and specialises in 19th and 20th century British art and design. The gallery was exhibiting new works by David Inshaw in the main space and in the lower ground floor gallery they showed works by the contemporary artist Jacky Tsai.  

 

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Jun
09
2015

PAIAM Members were invited to an evening reception at Leighton House, situated in London's Holland Park on Wednesday 20 May. 


'Unencumbered by either family or financial limits, Frederic, Lord Leighton created a space that was at once a home, a studio and an architectural expression of his artistic creed - his 'private palace of art'. The house was developed gradually over the course of three decades by architect George Aitchison, and was still in progress when he died in 1895. Now restored to full splendour, it is a museum to Leighton's life and work'.
http://www.artfund.org


The evening included a talk by the curator of the Museum and members were invited to view the house and garden. There was also be plenty of opportunity for members to meet with one another.

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Mar
12
2015

The PAIAM Annual conference is a well-established and well attended event. This year the theme was ‘Valuing Art’ and included two panel discussions with many leading industry experts taking part.

The event opened with an introduction by Anders Petterson of ArtTactic and PAIAM Board member before Sotheby’s Tom Christopherson chaired a panel which discussed ‘The Art of Valuation’ with Anita Heriot of Pall Mall, Patrick van der Vorst of Valuemystuff.com, Anthony McNerney of Gurr Johns and Alex Bell of Sotheby’s.

The second panel discussion was entitled ‘Putting Valuations to Use’, chaired by Wendy Philips of Sotheby’s with Suzanne Marriott of Charles Russell Speechlys and Clare Pardy of Ecclesiastical Insurance.

The event concluded with a lively and entertaining talk by rare book specialist Daniel Crouch of Daniel Crouch Rare Books and a champagne tasting.

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