Dr. Anne Luther has spend her entire career working in various roles in the art world. She has advised collectors around the world on multiple art collections and curated, managed and funded exhibitions of emerging and established artists internationally. Dr. Luther has given lectures about the contemporary art market at New York University, The New School, the SUNY, Central Saint Martin's College of Art and Design, Sotheby's Institute of Art and others. Her PhD is an examination of the contemporary art market in New York and the relationships between art production and collecting practices. Her extensive network in the international art market spans through all roles in the art world.
Dr. Anne Luther assists clients in acquiring art, creating museum quality collections, art market research, collection management and exhibition making:
Art Acquisition: Assisting in art acquisitions of contemporary and modern art and arranging for expert framing, storage, transport and exhibiting of collections.
Collection Management: Organizing and implementing inventory databases and cataloguing processes for collections, including handling archival and visual materials.
Research: Art Market research of artists and art works on the primary and secondary market.
PRACTICE BASED RESEARCH & CURATION
Dr. Anne Luther's approach to advising on contemporary and modern art is deeply connected to practice based research and exhibition making. She has organized multiple exhibitions internationally and has printed artists catalogues and ephemera.
Before her independent curatorial projects she worked in several institutions including MoMA PS1 and the art advisory Front Desk Apparatus, New York. A selection of her research and curatorial assistance of exhibitions, among them 5 year review (2010, MoMA PS1), A Cage Went In Search Of A Bird (film programm by Ellen Blumenstein at Kunsthaus Bregenz) and SPACE ODDITY (curation Friederike Nymphius, 2011, CCA Andratx) are listed below.