Alchemical: The Fine Art Photography Market
Registration Information
February 4, 2021 | 1:00 - 2:00pm EST
Live Webinar

Alchemical:  The rise of the fine art photography
market and what we’re seeing today.

In this beautifully illustrated presentation, certified photography
appraiser and photo historian Jennifer Stoots, AAA, will provide
a succinct review of the evolution of the fine art photography
market in the United States. In the course of her talk, Stoots will:
Highlight influential people, galleries and institutions in the U.S.
that championed photography in the early 20th century; cover key
collectors and factors that fostered exponential growth from the
1970s  to the end of the 1990s; analyze the top selling photographers

and photographs; and finish with commentary centered around
international photo fairs and the internet's impact on the
photography market in the last two decades.

1 CE Credit

This webinar will NOT be recorded.

$40  Members
$50  General Admission

Register online (at the top of this page)
or by calling 212.889.5404 x 11. 

Email confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment;
registration accepted only with payment. 

No refunds. 

Jennifer L. Stoots, AAA, has been working in the museum and gallery industry for 27 years, in the photography marketplace for 23 years, and has been appraising documentary & fine art photographs, photographic archives, and contemporary art for 19 years. In addition to her art appraisal work, she lectures on the economic history of fine art & the photography market and participates in public presentations centered around legacy and estate planning strategies for artists & photographers. She has written articles about the process and methodologies of appraisal valuations, as relates to photographs and photographic archives, and is currently engaged in research related to arts patronage and the (extraordinary) benefits of integrated arts education. Stoots is a photo historian with an ongoing series dedicated to photography history on social media (Instagram call sign: stoots.jennifer). Stoots received her Master’s degree in the History of Art & Design from Pratt Institute (2013) and her Bachelor’s in Art History from the University of Oregon (1994). She acquired her appraising credentials in 2002 from NYU’s Appraisal Studies Program for Fine and Decorative Arts and has been a member of the Appraisers Association of America (AAA) since 2005, and a Certified Member since 2011.


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