Ainslie Gatt Art Consultancy
A boutique fine art professional services firm, Ainslie Gatt Art Consultancy, is situated in Cottesloe, Western Australia.
With over two decades of experience in the fine arts as a valuer, independent art consultant and art dealer, curator and gallery director, Ainslie is a specialist in her field. With postgraduate academic expertise in Australian and contemporary art practices, Ainslie has cultivated a significant artist and client database, developing and maintaining strong relationships and ensuring the high-quality design and research outcomes for her clients.
As an art valuer, Ainslie has been appraising artworks for 25 years. Documenting, researching and valuing extensive and modest collections for private and corporate clientele, Ainslie employs ethical research procedures supported by in-depth industry knowledge.
As an art consultant and project manager, Ainslie’s client network spans across private individuals, property developers, interior designers, the corporate sector, the financial community, resource sector, resort industry, and legal community, with many established long-term client relationships.
Within her boutique art consultancy firm, Ainslie assists in the development of small to large scale art projects and engaging artists across a range of mediums to create permanent or temporary artworks to enliven interior or exterior spaces. Accurately matching the client to the artist and providing seamless service, Ainslie delivers artworks of excellence on time and budget.
Ainslie’s academic achievements include a Master of Curatorial Studies in Fine Arts by Research and a Graduate Certificate in Business from The University of Western Australia; a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Culture) from Curtin University, Perth; a Certificate in Museum Studies from Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley; and she studied a Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Cultural Studies) also at Curtin University.
As your art consultant and project manager, Ainslie Gatt Art Consultancy provided the following services.
* Provenance research
* Sourcing and acquisition of fine art, early maps, and rare books
* Developing art strategies, collection policies, and significance reports
* Marketing for artists and exhibitions
* Preparing corporate and public art programs
* Arts writing and publishing
* Sculpture walking tours
As your art consultant and project manager for your art required project, Ainslie provides a convenient one-stop access point to the fine arts.
Speaking the language of the developer, planner, designer, architect, and artist, Ainslie works to collaborate, link and integrate. Engaged from the initial planning stage to ensure the artistic concepts fit precisely into their environments, this enables Ainslie to deliver a distinctive sense of place with signature art and design features; cost-effectiveness, amenity & safety, and a unique spatial vitality that will captivate intrigue and beautify.
AGAC is not bound to or by any specific art dealer, auction house or gallery. We solely represent our client’s interest in the market, providing a personalised, independent and impartial service.
Selected Professional Development
Visible Ink Symposium for the Museum of Freedom and Tolerance @ Western Australian Maritime Museum, Fremantle
Remix Summit 2018: Culture Technology Entrepreneurship @ State Theatre Centre, Perth WA
Art & Artists: Public Galleries Summit 2018 @ Carriageworks, Sydney NSW
Art and Its Directions 2017 – AAANZ Conference @ The University of Western Australia
In Cahoots Discussion Panel: An expert panel of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal artists, curators and studio coordinators from across Australia @ Fremantle Arts Centre
Feeling the Past: Indigenous Emotions and History Symposium @ The University of Western Australia
The Art of Attribution: The Catalogue Raisonné in the 21st Century @ The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Cultural Compact Showcase – Committee for Perth @ Perth Concert Hall, WA
Creating Value An Arts and Culture Sector Policy Framework 2010-2015 Launch @ Art Gallery Western Australia, Theatrette, Perth, WA
Development and Strategy Policy Framework Focus Group – Department of Culture and the Arts @ Perth Concert Hall, WA
Creating a Vision for the Arts Sector in WA – Committee for Perth @ Parmelia Hilton Perth, WA
Economies of Desire: Art Collecting & Dealing Across Cultures – 32nd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art @ Melbourne University, VIC
Women on Boards Seminar / Workshop @ West Perth, WA