For our last edition to the 2020 Thought Leader Series, HWP hosted Catherine Asquith as our final guest for the year.
Catherine is an Art Advisor and discussed the topic “The state of the Australian Art Market”.
This webinar was held on Tuesday the 24th of November.
Former Melbourne based gallerist now art advisor, Catherine Asquith is tertiary educated, has an academic background in Art History, extensive international travel and residency and, in excess of 20 years working within the Australian art market, and latterly, the Asian and International art market, across both the primary and secondary sectors
Catherine’s art expertise comprises Australian painting, sculpture, works on paper & multiples from Impressionist to Modernist through to Contemporary; Australian Indigenous Contemporary paintings & works on paper in particular works from Papuya Tula; Asian Contemporary painting, sculpture & works on paper (S E Asia, Japan, South Korea); and International Modern, Post war and Contemporary painting, sculpture, works on paper & multiples (British, American & Central European).
Catherine has placed significant works of art by leading Australian and International artists within high profile national and international private, corporate, and institutional collections, and currently manages several corporate collections.
Actively participating in a variety of board positions, Catherine is frequently engaged in advisory and consulting roles on curatorial projects across various sectors including commercial and residential property developments nationally, in addition to museum and cultural infrastructure projects, internationally.
Catherine Asquith is a member of the Art Consulting Association of Australia, an AVAA Certified Practising Valuer (Auctioneers and Valuers Association of Australia) and a member of the City of Melbourne’s external assessment panel (visual arts).