On Demand: Art Brut and Non-Mainstream (Outsider) Art
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May 3, 2021 | 6:00pm -
On Demand Recording

2020-2021 Lecture Series: Art Brut
and Non-Mainstream (Outsider) Art
and the Shifting Marketplace

As in any field, the values of established artists and
emerging artists change with time and circumstances.
There has been a dramatic fluctuation in the fair market
values in Art Brut and Non-Mainstream (Outsider) Art
marketplace. Shari Cavin, AAA 
will discuss a few
celebrated artists, both American and European, most
likely known to appraisers, as well as other lesser known
artists. The lecture will help contextualize these unique
artists, and offer a foundation to appraisers for how best to
proceed when determining the appropriate values for the work.

Speaker:  Shari Cavin, AAA, Cavin-Morris Gallery

This is a recording of a webinar previously 
held on May 3, 2021.

1 CE credit

Image provided by Shari Cavin:
Carlo Zinelli
Side A: Due Cavalli seduti su barche e due alpine giallo e rosso, 1967
Gouache on paper, 27.5 x 19.5 inches, 69.9 x 49.5 cm



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Shari Cavin, AAA, with her husband and partner
Randall Morris, established Cavin-Morris Gallery in
1986.  They exhibited the art of non-mainstream artists
along with contemporary artists from their first exhibition.
The gallery concentrated primarily on American artists,
but gradually expanded their exhibitions to include an
international group of makers. In the last 10 years the
gallery has expanded to include contemporary studio
ceramic art.


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