Lillian Heidenberg

Lillian Heidenberg is one of the leading independent art dealers in New York.  She is an important figure in the art world whose special vision helps integrate cutting edge contemporary art as well as modern masterpieces into any background. As a member of the prestigious Art Dealers’ Association of America, she is also a world renowned expert on Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick among other international artists. She has advised and consulted with many important private collectors, museums and institutions around the world. Several years ago, her gallery moved from its 57th street location to a private space designed to showcase art within the intimate context of an art deco inspired residence. Lillian works with some of the most important Asian contemporary artists.


Susan Jacobson


Daneyal Mahmood


Douglas F. Maxwell

Douglas F. Maxwell is a contemporary art advisor, consultant, and professor (NYU). He has spent decades navigating the world of galleries, museums, international art fairs, and exhibitions. His blog shares his personal insights to the contemporary art scene.


Sue Stoffel

Sue Stoffel brings 25 years of professional art experience and market expertise to the contemporary art world. She has been involved with a broad range of visual arts institutions in a variety of roles: patron, trustee, event planner, fund raiser, docent, educator and board development consultant. Sue holds and MA in Arts Management from Columbia University and was curator of a corporate collection focused on photography from 2005-2008. Since 2005, Stoffel has been working with collectors worldwide in acquisition, sales and collections.


Jane Wesman

Jane Wesman and her husband, attorney Donald Savelson, are deeply engaged in the world of contemporary art. Both are supporters of young artists and non-profit art institutions. Don sits on the board of the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Jane provides pro-bono marketing advice to various art-related organizations. Jane likes to say, “Art is about everything. It opens up new ways of thinking about the human condition and what is meaningful in life.” Don wholeheartedly agrees!