Upcoming Events


Wednesday July 18th, 2018

Maxwell Davidson Gallery 

PAIAM members are invited to a ‘Summer Mingle’ at the Maxwell Davidson Gallery in New York’s Chelsea. This is an opportunity for members to meet one another and to enjoy the gallery’s indoor and outdoor spaces.


Wednesday 11 July 2018 

Tomasso Brothers Fine Art Gallery, London 

NEW START TIME OF 5pm (So we don't clash with the football!) 

PAIAM Members are invited to attend an evening at the Tomasso Brothers Fine Art Gallery in St James’s, London.
Tomasso Brothers Fine Art was established in 1993 and opened its first London gallery in St James’s in 2013. Dino and Raffaello are recognised internationally for specialising in important European sculpture, with a particular knowledge of European Renaissance bronzes. They advise the Arts Council England and have promoted and supported major international institutions through loans and exhibitions, including the landmark show 'Bronze' at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. They have made significant sales to museums worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna.  

The evening will be held in the gallery and there will be a tour of the highlights on display by Emanuela Tarizzo, Gallery Head, who will then be joined by Dr Silvia Davoli, Research Curator at Strawberry Hill, to talk about Tomasso Brothers’ support for the major exhibition opening at Strawberry Hill in October – Lost Treasures of Strawberry Hill – which will see many artworks from Horace Walpole’s dispersed collection brought back to the house for the first time. Tomasso Brothers will be sponsoring the exhibition and lending two sculptures. This will be a wonderful opportunity to learn about the collaboration between gallery and museum.

We have asked the caterers to bring beer as well as champagne and there will be lots of tasty canapes too.


US Board members, William Charron and Megan Noh, have been working together with the Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) and not-for-profit Authentication in Art (AiA) to form the new Court of Arbitration for Art, which will launch in the Hague on 7 June 2018.

The Court will draw on the expertise of arbitrators who are familiar with the Art market and all its intricacies to make impartial and expert rulings which, compared with traditional court proceedings, will take less time and be more cost efficient. Confidentiality of clients and claimants can also be respected.

William Charron has been putting together this project for two years with a working group made up of other PAIAM members including fellow Board member Megan Noh of Cahill Cossu Noh & Robinson LLP; Luke Nikas of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP and Judith Prowda from Stropheus Art Law and the Sotheby’s Institute of Art.

More details available from https://www.theartnewspaper.com/news/new-tribunal-aims-to-provide-expertise-and-impartiality-for-art-disputes


Monday April 16th, 2018 

PAIAM’s next event in New York will be held at Bonhams, a leading international auction house with an impressive history spanning over 225 years. Today, Bonhams offers global and digital expertise across more than 60 property categories and hundreds of annual sales in New York, London, Los Angeles and Hong Kong. In particular, Bonhams is known for its expertise in Asian Art, Fine Art, Hollywood Memorabilia, Jewelry, Motorcars, Fine Books and Manuscripts and Modern Decorative Art and Design.

The evening for PAIAM members will include a guided tour of highlights from Bonhams upcoming May 2018 Post-War & Contemporary sale as well as a panel discussion on trends in the art market. We are grateful to the NY Board and to Sherri Cohen of Bonhams for sponsoring this event.

Please note this is a PAIAM members event and invitations will be emailed in due course.

Image: (C) Bonhams

Details: Ed Ruscha, A Nightclub Named 'The Universe', 1982, sold for $444,500 (including premium).  




Wednesday 7 March 2018 
We are delighted to have secured an evening at the Museum of London for PAIAM members. The Museum of London tells the story of the capital through eight free, world-class galleries. Tracing the history of London from prehistoric times through to the present day, the Museum of London takes in Roman sculpture, medieval treasures, original 17th century costume, a full recreated Victorian high street and the 2012 Olympic cauldron.
Members will be invited to tour the galleries and we are working to secure a talk by one of the senior members of museum staff to explain more about the museum, its past and its future.
More details to follow.

Image: © Museum of London 


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