In this video Gracie Mansion and Heidi Lee Komaromi discuss the growth of the online art market and its profound impact on the way professionals and individuals use the web to discover, browse, and learn about art.
For many art collectors, buying art is about pleasure and enjoyment rather than investment or speculation. Regardless of your motive however, this is a time marked by volatile art markets and increased legal risk so it is more important than ever to be mindful when buying art and resist the urge to buy on impulse even if money is no object.
Announcing HLK Art Group’s new art space, Primed Projects that is opening in midtown Manhattan this November! It is a shared space for artists who are invited to create and exhibit works as an extension of their studio practice. Primed is run by Heidi Lee Komaromi, a NY-based art advisor and curator who is a deeply passionate advocate for the arts. “I wanted to provide a convenient and welcoming place for creativity and inspiration to happen for both artists and art collectors,” she says.
Documentation of your art collection, why? It’s always after the fact that collectors realize how much time and money they could have saved if only they had kept complete records of their art collection. Collection management is one of the single most important aspects of collecting art yet it is one of the most overlooked steps in the collecting process.
Client feedback is ALWAYS appreciated. Thank you UBS for the wonderful opportunity to work together this year. “Dear Heidi…Your contacts, strategic thinking, and your energy were key to our success!”
The key to being a responsible collector, or art professional for that matter, is due diligence. Especially when it comes to the secondary market, trusting your gut and closing a deal with a handshake is not enough anymore.