CLIENTS & Projects
Master Drawings New York (MDNY)
MDNY began in 2006 as an art fair dedicated to Old Master drawings on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Since its inception, the fair has grown to include drawings and works on paper spanning all periods, as well as master paintings and sculpture. Each year in January 30 international dealers exhibit in different locations along Madison Avenue.
Allison Wucher of Silverpoint Fine Art is the New York Director of Master Drawings New York and has worked to increase the visibility of the fair and promote partnerships with institutions affiliated with drawing scholarship, exhibition, acquisition and sales. Past institutional partners include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Master Drawings Journal, New-York Historical Society, Lyman Allyn Museum, Sotheby’s and Christie’s.
Photography & Print Collections
Silverpoint Fine Art works closely with the Pennwick Foundation, a New York 501(c)(3) operating foundation, as a consulting curator and representative of the collection.
The holdings of the Pennwick Foundation consist of Robert Frank photographs and an extensive collection of German Expressionist Periodicals.
Collodion is a publisher and private collection of artworks including 19th-20th Century photography, rare books, and Post-War prints and paintings. Silverpoint manages the cataloging of all artworks and assists in finding avenues for exhibition and sale of the works.
Notable artists included in this collection are William Klein, Irving Penn, Robert Frank, James Rosenquist and Roy Lichtenstein.
Please contact us with any questions related to works in the Collodion Collection.
Associate Director of the Josef & Yaye Breitenbach Foundation. Josef Breitenbach (1896 Munich - 1984 New York) was a prominent photographer often associated with the Surrealist Movement. Silverpoint manages the Breitenbach Estate holdings in New York, handles reproduction requests and assists in finding exhibition and promotion opportunities.
Gitterman Gallery in New York is the primary representative of the Breitenbach Estate.
Please contact Gitterman Gallery directly with any questions regarding Breitenbach's photographs.
Estate of Ed Powis Jones
Silverpoint Fine Art represents the estate of artist Ed Powis Jones (American, 1919-1998). In addition to handling the cataloging and logistics for the estate, Silverpoint is also promoting the work by building a website (due to launch Fall 2016).
While Ed Powis Jones was known to most in the art world circles as a reputable collector of fine prints, drawings and paintings, he was also an inventive and eclectic self-taught artist. His works span many different experimental media - including early xerox, color photography, collage sculpture and various forms of printmaking. His career culminated in a full installation of his two and three-dimensional works at MoMA PS.1 in 1980.
Studio & Archive Manager
Silverpoint Fine Art manages the database and New York studio for Linda Karshan (American, b. 1947). In addition to handling her inventory and building her website, Silverpoint also liaises directly with numerous galleries and museums that represent her work.
Please visit LindaKarshanStudio.com for more information.
Role: Image Rights Researcher
Secured copyright permissions for over 300 photographs reproduced in the Tang Museum’s beautiful publication presenting a selection from the photography collection gifted to the museum by Jack Shear. Published by Delmonico Books - Prestel.
Obtained image reproduction permissions for illustrations accompanying the text for artist monograph associated with the museum exhibition Jeffery Gibson, This is the Day. Published by Ruth & Elmer Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College.
Role: Designer and/or Image Rights Researcher