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2018 Power Brokers: Fine Arts, Risk & Insurance, February 2018.
“Adrienne Reid has a genuine interest in the pieces we have,” said Anne Breckenridge Barrett, director of collections and exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. When the museum hosted two exhibitions at the same time, one of which included an original Andy Warhol, the museum needed to increase its policy limits, which Reid was able to do while keeping the cost under budget.
“I have been working with Ever for many years and couldn’t run my business without her,” said Leslie Gat, president of the Art Conservation Group/Ransick Gat Fine Art Services, Inc. In 2016, she had several large projects moving in and out of the studio. “Ever got me to bump up to half a million dollars in cost of coverage. She lessened the stress and the cost didn’t go up as much as I thought it would.”
When a drunk driver ran into an outdoor sculpture at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, registrar Leah Reeder immediately brought Casey Wigglesworth on board. “The sculpture was dismantled and sent to California for a little over a year for restoration,” said Reeder. “Casey took the time to work with me to get the piece back to us.” Now the large sculpture sits in its Indiana home once again.
Blair’s roles at HTB include placing complex coverage for museums, galleries and emerging collectors. Her experience in the art industry includes work at the Gerald Peters Gallery in New York City, a curatorial internship at the Morgan Library & Museum and an internship at Sotheby’s. She is currently the Programs Chair for ArtTable, a prestigious group for professional women in the arts.