Chicago, 4 May 2012, Art Media Agency (AMA).
The Curator’s Eye, a webpage that puts artworks, ancient books and manuscripts, as well as decorative and design objects from a global network of upmarket galleries up for sale, has announced that it will be opening a branch in Chicago.
Gregory Gaymont, who has just joined the firm, is managing this branch which manages several galleries throughout the American Midwest (an region covering twelve states). A graduate in art history from the University of Illinois and specialist in Italian Renaissance History, Gregory Gaymont has worked in the world of art for thirty years. His photographs dedicated to fine arts have been published and displayed all over the world, and he is also a recognized antique collector and former Chicago gallery owner.
In a press release, Sarah Hollenbeck, founder and president of The Curator’s Eye, declared that she was pleased to welcome a colleague enjoying a world-level experience in the world of art. As her company continues developing at an international level, she reminded that properly managing partner galleries was crucial for development.