Lisa Schiff weighs in on the most influential artworks of the decade.
Art adviser-to-the-stars Lisa Schiff offers advice for buying at Art Basel Miami.
Lisa Schiff weighs in on the most influential artists of the decade.
Rodman Primack designed a part office, meeting room, exhibition space, and hangout, Schiff’s new HQ is a different type of art venue—just don’t call it a gallery.
According to the UBS Global Art Market Report, finding new collectors was the biggest challenge for gallerists in 2018. What's more, new collectors were more important for galleries with lower turnovers than for those at the highest end. Whether the collector is established or just beginning, how can younger and mid-level gallerists best attract new clients?
Long-time client Candace Barasch is highlighted in the ‘Show Us Your Wall’ feature.
Lisa Schiff discusses how the art world is “rewriting art history, rewriting the canon,” as it recognizes more artists of color.
ARTnews hosts a dinner with Lisa Schiff, founder of SFA Advisory and eyewear brand ONE, ALL, EVERY, to celebrate its Winter 2020 issue, titled “Deciders.”
Lisa Schiff posts an Instagram inspired by Maurizio Cattelan's viral conceptual art piece of a banana duct taped to the wall.
Advisors including Lisa Schiff are the the boots on the ground for European and American clients alike during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Young Paris sings "Happy Birthday" to Lisa Schiff at the Art News x Surf Lodge pop-up during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Vogue invites readers to sneak a peak into Lisa Schiff's party in honor of the See A Clean Future sunglesses, held in collaboration with Swizz Beatz.
Lisa Schiff gives Cultured her best advice for collectors in Miami and all across the art world.
Lisa Schiff shares the See A Clean Future frames with the likes of Swizz Beatz, Rosario Dawson, and Olivia Culpo at her event hosted with Surf Lodge and Artnews.
Lisa Schiff juggles helping her roster of all-star clients as they navigate the Art Basel Miami Beach scene.
Lisa Schiff proves her dedication to "greening" the art world in her discussion about carbon neutral art shipping.
The Hollywood Reporter calls Lisa Schiff's party hosted in collaboration with Swizz Beatz, ArtNews, and Suf Lodge a can't-miss for Art Basel Miami Beach.
Lisa Schiff discusses the tips and tricks for doing Art Basel Miami Beach right.
The New York Post's Page Six discusses Lisa Schiff's electric Miami Art Week presence.
The artnet News Editors add SFA Advisory to their go-to New York art guide.
Acrylic On Canvas
36 × 30 in
Curated by Neville Wakefield
On View November 8, 2019 — January 15, 2020
Art Advisor Lisa Schiff is seen out-and-about bidding on a work by Paul Pfeiffer at the Independent Curators International 2019 gala.
Artnet News includes SFA Advisory's Tavares Strachan window selection, curated by Neville Wakefield, as a weekly Editor's Pick.
Nick Glass discusses the ins and outs of advising with Lisa Schiff and other advisors at the top of their field.
Lisa Schiff discusses her craziest experience at an art opening following the grand opening of Pace Gallery's new Chelsea complex.
Tavares Strachan announces that a portion of the proceeds from his exhibition at Lisa Schiff's 45 White Street space will be donated to Hurricane Dorian relief efforts.
Artist Tavares Strachan announces a portion of the proceeds from his exhibition at SFA Advisory's 45 White Street will benefit Hurricaine Dorian relief funds.
Bahamian artist discusses the aftermath of Hurricane Dorain and the donation of proceeds to relief funds following his exhibition at Lisa Schiff's 45 White Street space.
Artist Tavares Strachan announces he will give proceeds from his New York exhibition at SFA Advisory to hurricane relief efforts in the Bahamas.
Clear blue neon, transformers, limestone, paper, vinyl, collage
27 × 9 × 11 in
Curated by Neville Wakefield
On View September 4 — November 7, 2019
Lisa Schiff is among Galerie Magazine's six women changing the art world. Through innovation, she is reinventing how artwork is viewed, collected, and sold.
Pilar Viladas breaks down Lisa Schiff's non-gallery space at 45 White Street, her incomparable SFA Advisory advising firm, and her recently launched art and environment initiative, One All Every.
An art advisor breaking the mould is Lisa Schiff, who launched her first space in Tribeca, New York, on 29 May. The two-storey venue houses her advisory firm, an exhibition space and concept store, where she plans to sell limited-edition pieces and one-off commissions, although she will not represent artists. The main impetus to launch the space came from a need to sell secondary-market works acquired by her clients over the years. ‘We rarely work with people who just sell their walls; most of our clients’ [works] go into storage, so we have to be able to move things out. The whole hypocrisy about reselling is so ridiculous,’ says Schiff.
Acrylic on board under printed glass
41.73 × 31.3 in (106 × 79.5 cm)
Curated by Neville Wakefield
On View July 15 — September 3, 2019
The theme of climate change is in the air, but the art fair is only beginning to tackle how business must change.
Art Basel in Switzerland is the world's most important art fair: it is where the ultra-rich come to spend millions of euros on some of the world's most famous artworks. It is the perfect opportunity to examine the state of the global art market.
Art and design collides in a selection of inventive lighting, eco eyewear and a double swing.
The Tribeca Citizen shares Artforum's reports on Lisa Schiff's new advisory space on White Street.
Cocktails to celebrate the opening of the new SFA space designed by RP Miller. With Lisa Schiff and SFA Advisory Team
21 × 30 in
Curated by Neville Wakefield
On View May 29 — July 14, 2019
The New York-based adviser Lisa Schiff talks with Anny Shaw about her plan to open a new exhibition venue that’s ‘more living room than white cube’.
Bringing together a diverse cast of notable art world figures, including Lisa Schiff, this panel examines the question: what does it mean to be a collector today? Charting major shifts in the art market—from its global proliferation through art fairs, social media, and increasing speculation from investors—how has the notion and practice of collecting changed over the last quarter century? What are the mid- and long-term effects of these shifts, and what role does the art community at large play in cultivating connoisseurship over investment?
To explore the urgent issue of the gender imbalance on the art market, the symposium hosted a session Women Artists on the Market. Clare McAndrew (Arts Economics) provided the statistics to outline the scope of the problem, Lisa Schiff (Schiff Fine Art) shared her experience on demand for women artists and Vanessa Carlos (Carlos/Ishikawa) brought her expertise as a gallerist on a question of equal representation. Anny Shaw (The Art Newspaper), who has written extensively on the topic, moderated the talk.
Lisa Schiff, along with Brooke Lampley, Cheyenne Westphal, and Leila Taghinia - Milani Heller discuss the role of women in the art world, including market-trends and speculation.
A recent addition to LACMA’s collection, John Gerrard’s public installation Solar Reserve (Tonopah, Nevada) 2014 is a digital simulation, displayed on a large-scale LED wall, that recreates a Nevada solar thermal power plant and the surrounding desert landscape. At the center of this virtual world is a tower encircled by 10,000 mirrors that adjust their positions according to the location of the sun in order to reflect light on the tower to generate electricity. Originally exhibited by Public Art Fund, the work was bought by Leonardo DiCaprio before being donated to and installed at LACMA under the guidance of Lisa Schiff.
Art As an Agent for Change: Porky Hefer’s Endangered Collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation explores how art can serve as an important means to stimulate discussions about environmental issues, specifically the importance of biodiversity and the need to protect endangered species. Using artist Porky Hefer’s compelling sculptural seating pods as an example, panelists Lisa Schiff, Trevyn McGowan, Terry Tamminen, and the artist himself discuss how art, design, and conservation perspectives can be powerfully integrated.
MvVO ART, an innovative New York-based art venture, invites art lovers to discover a new generation of artists drawn from Advertising & Commercial Art. Says Founder & CEO Maria van Vlodrop, “AD ART SHOW is a platform for discovering exciting new emerging artists that come from a historically rich landscape– following in the footsteps of Warhol, Magritte, Rockwell, O’Keefe, Hopper, Haring, Rosenquist and so many others with dual careers in art and commercial art.”
Gallerists and Art Advisors: How Should they Work Together. David Juda of Annely Juda Fine Art, Claes Nordenhake of Galerie Nordenhake, and Lisa Schiff discuss the intersecting roles of gallerists and art advisors.
Art Advisor Lisa Schiff, and curators Lauri Firstenberg and Marika Kielland attend Frieze.
A discussion with art adviser, Lisa Schiff, on what drives collectors to collect.
Lisa Schiff, founder of art advisory Schiff Fine Art, discusses "Art and Billions – Part 2."
The ICA welcomes contemporary art specialist and New York adviser, Lisa Schiff, to speak in their "Culture Now" segment.
Midori House, March 7, 2012. Interview time: 47 minutes
New York art advisor, Lisa Schiff, attends the LA Art Biannual Benefit Auction.