Emily Bierman

Emily Bierman joined Sotheby’s Photographs department in 2007. Her broad range of activity within the department includes business generation, professional writing, estimating and cataloguing photographs to be offered at auction and all aspects of catalogue production, as well as coordinating insurance appraisals. Ms. Bierman has been directly involved with the department’s numerous important single-owner collections, including Photographs from the Collection of Nancy Richardson, The Quillan Collection of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Photographs, Photographs from the Polaroid Collection, and most recently, the record-shattering sale of A Show of Hands: Photographs from the Collection of Henry Buhl. Ms. Bierman is a graduate of Middlebury College, Vermont, from which she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in the History of Art and Architecture (Honors) and in Film and Media Cultures.

Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Emily Bierman

Sep 202013

Collecting Color Photography

Since its inception, the medium of color photography has developed and expanded rapidly and with it, the market for collecting color photography continues to evolve. From the perspective of collectors, dealers and curators, this panel examines the market – discussing what is being collected, who is collecting, where collectors find new work and how color photography is valued.

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