Ryan is an art collector and consultant focussed on emerging art. He holds a degree in Economics from King’s College and a masters in Art Business from the Sotheby’s Institute. He supports various contemporary art institutions including Tate and the Serpentine. Ryan is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, and Japanese.
Denise Di Castro is an art historian and curator with extensive experience in the art market, representing the fifth generation of her Rome-based internationally recognized family art gallery. After earning her masters at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Denise has curated international cultural projects and exhibitions merging contemporary and ancient art. She acts as an Advisor for the American Academy in Rome.
Kitty is an art historian who has graduated from the Courtauld Institute of Art and holds a qualification in International Cultural Heritage Law, which she attained from the University of Geneva. During her studies she co-curated London’s first intercollegiate student exhibition post-lockdown in Fitzrovia, and was a columnist for the Courtauld's academic journal. Most recently she has also taken up a part-time collaboration with Bonhams.
Kendra is an art historian and journalist. She studied Art History in Canada at the University of Victoria, and after graduating she moved to London to complete a second MA at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Born in Hong Kong, her experience encompasses museum curation, writing for journals, partaking in various symposiums, as well as Contemporary art market research.
Andreas is an independent art advisor with a focus on emerging artists in Europe and the Americas. Based between the UK and Switzerland, he previously worked at Art Basel, White Cube and Christie's.
Elmerice is a contemporary art consultant based between London and Vienna, working with institutions and private entities in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. She previously worked at the Fine Art Group, a leading art investment and advisory house.
Dr Jérôme Neutres was a director at the Réunion des Musées nationaux-Grand Palais (2009-2019), and president of the Musée du Luxembourg. As chief curator at the Grand Palais in Paris, he has been producing and curating several acclaimed exhibitions both at his institution and in other museums internationally. Today, besides his curatorial activities he acts as an independent international consultant, accompanying public authorities and private foundations to define their strategy and realize art and museum projects. He holds a PhD in Semiotics of text and image from the University of Paris.
Gwen is a curator and an art writer based in Manila, Philippines. She is an alumna of Para Site’s Workshops for Emerging Arts Professionals in Hong Kong and a fellow of the EDI Global platform organised by Fondazione Morra Greco in Naples. She was a finalist at the Ateneo Art Awards, Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Prizes in Art Criticism (2019) and is the director of the Manila-based contemporary art space MONO8. Gwen has curated “Under construction. Manila Today'' (2018) for Artvisor in London.
Previously the Managing Director of an asset management firm, now works at a multi-family office in Switzerland. Marco has 12 years of experience in private wealth advisory and assists clients with the management of their assets, including alternative investments.
Nico is an art historian and art advisor. He is heavily involved in the online space for contemporary art having previously directed a successful online gallery since its inception. He is a frequent lecturer on contemporary art at Christie’s Education in London where he designed the course, The Art Market Online: An Essential Guide. He also acts as one of two art advisors for the Frieze art fair franchise, organising bespoke tours for their VIP clients.