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Terri Kahan Fine Art Terr Kahan Fine Art is a preeminent independent fine art advisory service that specializes in Modern
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Terr Kahan Fine Art is a preeminent independent fine art advisory service that specializes in Modern, Post-War, and Contemporary Art, working with both emerging and seasoned collectors alike. With over 30 years of experience, we offer unparalleled access and a highly individualized, discreet, and client-focused approach to our services, including art acquisition, curation, resale, and investment.

Drawing on long-term relationships with artists, dealers, gallerists, auction houses, and private collectors we assist our clients in building collections of lasting value, maximizing return on investment, and resale. For more information, please email us at [email protected]

Thank you Metropolitan Magazine for including me on your Best of 2023 List!
13/12/2023

Thank you Metropolitan Magazine for including me on your Best of 2023 List!

Lovely lunch in honor of one of my favorite contemporary sculptors, Camille Henrot.
20/10/2023

Lovely lunch in honor of one of my favorite contemporary sculptors, Camille Henrot.

It’s difficult to believe there is another show in Paris rivaling the Rothko show, but there is. The Nicolas de Stael sh...
20/10/2023

It’s difficult to believe there is another show in Paris rivaling the Rothko show, but there is. The Nicolas de Stael show is encroyable.

And all I wanted was a place to sit for a few minutes!
19/10/2023

And all I wanted was a place to sit for a few minutes!

Paris Plus.                        .
19/10/2023

Paris Plus. .

Early morning pre-fair tour of the Rothko exhibition at Foundation Louis Vuitton.
18/10/2023

Early morning pre-fair tour of the Rothko exhibition at Foundation Louis Vuitton.

While everyone has descended on Paris for Paris Plus, the best part of Paris is visiting the galleries. I spent the day ...
17/10/2023

While everyone has descended on Paris for Paris Plus, the best part of Paris is visiting the galleries. I spent the day today visiting some of and was delighted to see works by artists rarely, if ever, exhibited in New York. Here are just a few.

I went to see the elegant Modigliani show, which focuses on his relationship with his first dealer Paul Guillaume and co...
15/10/2023

I went to see the elegant Modigliani show, which focuses on his relationship with his first dealer Paul Guillaume and couldn’t help but remember that my father started his career as an art dealer in Paris in the early 1950’s. One of the first paintings he ever purchased was a full figure Modigliani, after review by Jean Cassou, The Director of the Modern museum. I can only imagine what the art world was like back in Post-War Paris. I am sure it was bustling, but remarkably minuscule and opaque, with few galleries compared to today, where the only way to accomplish anything was via hard-won relationships and face to face. .

Sothebys Contemporary Evening Auction
12/10/2023

Sothebys Contemporary Evening Auction

Jose Parla: Phosphene.Ben Brown shoe if Jose Parla’s new works are inspired by the artists near-death experience with CO...
12/10/2023

Jose Parla: Phosphene.
Ben Brown shoe if Jose Parla’s new works are inspired by the artists near-death experience with COVID, while living in Miami.

Stopped into PAD and there were some interesting finds.
11/10/2023

Stopped into PAD and there were some interesting finds.

Giovani Antonio Canal, otherwise known as Canaletto.
11/10/2023

Giovani Antonio Canal, otherwise known as Canaletto.

On way the reasons I love coming to Frieze is for Frieze Masters. It’s an opportunity to see some of the highest quality...
11/10/2023

On way the reasons I love coming to Frieze is for Frieze Masters. It’s an opportunity to see some of the highest quality artworks from time periods other than the 20th and 21st Century. Most collectors today have remarkably little interest in earlier times, in part because there aren’t many opportunities to view those masterpieces. Here are two I would gladly add to my collection. 1. Master of the Embroidered Foliage:Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, circa 1480-1510
2. Studio of Hieronmymus Bosch: Garden of Earthy Delights, circa 1450 Den Bosch 1510

I did see a few things I quite liked,some of which are featured here.
11/10/2023

I did see a few things I quite liked,some of which are featured here.

So happy to be in London again. I started my day with a  tour of the incredible Philip Guston  show at the Tate Modern c...
11/10/2023

So happy to be in London again. I started my day with a tour of the incredible Philip Guston show at the Tate Modern courtesy of Sothebys. It’s a must see if you are in town.
Guston was an influential American painter renowned for his evolution from Abstract Expressionism to a distinctive form of figurative art. His work prominently featured hooded, cartoonish figures, isolated objects like shoes and ci******es, and introspective portraits. These evocative emotionally charged paintings raised important questions about the human condition, personal identity, and the socio-political climate of his era.

23/06/2023

In times of economic uncertainty, investors often seek alternative assets that can provide stability, diversification, and potential long-term returns. One such asset class that has gained significant attention is art.

I was pleasantly surprised by Future Fair.Future Fair organizes both digital and in person shows, helping small gallerie...
11/05/2023

I was pleasantly surprised by Future Fair.

Future Fair organizes both digital and in person shows, helping small galleries and the artists they support.

These are just a few of the works I found interesting.

Pamela Jordon
Nancy White

Eto Otitigbe


Some of the works I liked a the ADAA
05/11/2022

Some of the works I liked a the ADAA

Sad to hear of the passing of one of my favorite artists.Rest in peace, Pierre Soulages (1919-2022)
27/10/2022

Sad to hear of the passing of one of my favorite artists.
Rest in peace, Pierre Soulages (1919-2022)

Just a few highlights from Paris Plus par Art Basel.
18/10/2022

Just a few highlights from Paris Plus par Art Basel.









A must see exhibition at the Jewish Museum, onview until January 8, 2023-New York: 1962-1964.This exhibition explores a ...
16/10/2022

A must see exhibition at the Jewish Museum, onview until January 8, 2023-New York: 1962-1964.

This exhibition explores a three year period where the Jewish Museum was at the epicenter of New York’s Contemporary Art Scene. The Museums director Alan Soloman organized a series of exhibitions dedicated to what he called the new art. Works by artists who lived and worked and engaged with the city in new ways. Visually their work was diverse but they shared a desire to make art from everyday life. In 1964 highlighted the new art in the world stage at the 32nd Venice Biennale. Robert Rauschenberg, an artist Soloman had championed, won the international grand prize in painting. That victory cemented New York’s position as the center of the art world. During Soloman’s tenure the museum also provided a home for Jewish Galleries’s and collectors. Many of Soloman’s partners and colleagues would go in to become art world influencers assembling comprehensive collections of Post-War art and joining museum boards.

After seeing El Anatsui’s  hand made works, I came across these pieces by Harm Van den Dorpel and thought how the defini...
25/09/2022

After seeing El Anatsui’s hand made works, I came across these pieces by Harm Van den Dorpel and thought how the definition of art has broadened so widely with the advent of new technology. Van den Dorpal uses a software program creating a continuous loop to produce works that have outcomes that are aesthetically unpredictable. His work is rooted in conceptual art often simulating neural networks.

Catching up with the gallery shows. I just love the artist El Anatsui. He transforms simple everyday objects like pieces...
25/09/2022

Catching up with the gallery shows. I just love the artist El Anatsui. He transforms simple everyday objects like pieces of metal from local recycling plants and converts them into complex, but stunning assemblages.

El Anatsui
Eleventh Hour, 2020
Aluminum and copper wire
124 1/2 by 118 1/8 in

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