Julie Kinzelman launched Kinzelman Art Consulting, a comprehensive arts management firm in 2000. Prior to establishing her company, Julie was a Partner at an art advisory firm where she managed two offices and multiple large-scale corporate art collections for six years. She has extensive experience in amassing and managing art collections, site-specific commissions and is a fine art appraiser. Throughout it’s near 20 years of business, Kinzelman Art Consulting has earned an unprecedented reputation in the art industry for developing and managing private and corporate collections. The staff of Kinzelman Art brings a wealth of specialized experience in the arts, and excels in providing uncomplicated strategies for assisting clients in today’s fluctuating market. Our extensive knowledge and individual expertise has enabled us to assemble and maintain a vast network of resources within the global art communities. As a result, Kinzelman Art is uniquely poised to provide highly specialized art management services for collectors just starting out or collectors with more sophisticated needs.
No. A major differentiation in partnering with KAC is that we have no affiliations with any specific artist, nor do we maintain an inventory. Thus we approach our projects with an unbiased and flexible outlook when curating collections. We do however, have close relationships with galleries all over the world and years of experience that, in turn benefit our clientele.
Maybe. Depending on what you’re hoping to sell, we may be your guide to navigating the secondary market via consigning your collection through a gallery or auction house.
Yes. We have 3 certified appraisers within our staff who are qualified to conduct fine art appraisals. At the onset of an appraisal, please specify the intended use of the appraisal (insurance, charitable donations, divestment, etc.) and provide all known information on the artwork(s), such as artists name, title, media, dimensions, images, etc.
We are constantly researching and keeping ourselves immersed in the art market. It is beneficial to reach out via email with your CV, digital images of your work and a link to your website. Please remember that we do not represent artists, but in the event that we find harmony with your work and our client's vision, we may reach out to you.
The best way for us to keep your program in mind is to add us to your regular email list, and send us periodic price sheets including information on available works or new artists you’re representing. We are also accessible to hop on a call to hear about your program, new artists and special projects.