About the APAA
The Association of Professional Art Advisors was founded in 1980 by pioneering art advisors to establish the highest standards of professional practice. To date we have more than 100 members who are advisors and curators, building and maintaining art collections for both private collectors and major corporations. APAA members have significant art expertise and connoisseurship skills and must have at least five years of experience as advisors to join. Most importantly, they agree to adhere to our Code of Ethics. As the art world continues to grow, APAA’s presence as a trusted resource for qualified art advisors has never been more important. Learn more about our members and resources.
APAA and the Art Dealers Association of America co-sponsored Fair Value: How Top Dealers, Advisors and Collectors Identify Value at an Art Fair at the The Armory Show on Saturday, March 8, 2014, focusing on the crucial role of connoisseurship in identifying art of value while navigating art fairs. Moderated by ADAA president, Dorsey Waxter, the panel included APAA members Suzanne Gyorgy, Managing Director, Art Advisory & Finance, Citi Private Bank; and independent art advisor Allan Schwartzman, ADAA member Sean Kelly, owner, Sean Kelly Gallery; and private collector and arts patron Jill Kraus.