NEW YORK.- On Wednesday, September 24, the Museum of American Finance will host a lively panel discussion on money and the art world entitled "Banking on Art: Diverse Perspectives on Financing the Art Market" to explore how collectors, dealers, auction houses and specialized lenders support the multi-billion dollar art market. The program will be held from 5:30 -- 7:00 pm in the Museum's education center, located at 48 Wall Street.
The distinguished panel of speakers will include:
Andy Augenblick - President, Emigrant Bank Fine Art Finance
Roland Augustine - President, Art Dealers Association of America and
Owner, Luhring Augustine
Amy Cappellazzo - Senior Vice President and International Co-Head of
Post-War and Contemporary Art, Christie's International
Randy Slifka - Principal, Slifka Asset Management, and contemporary
Lindsay Pollock, art journalist and author, will moderate the discussion.
This event is part of the Museum's 2008 Henry Kaufman Financial History and Practices Lecture/Symposia Series.