Christie’s New York Program Director Noah Kupferman to speak on ‘Art Investments and the Auction House’ at the Flinn Gallery 90th Anniversary Lecture Series.

Flinn Gallery 90th Anniversary Lecture Series offers the opportunity to hear from leading experts in their field on a range of art-related topics.

The third and final event in the series will take place on Wednesday May 15th, 2019 from 7:00 – 8:00 PM in the Cole Auditorium at the Greenwich Library.

A pre-lecture reception with the speaker will take place at 5:30 PM in the Flinn Gallery, where the current exhibition “Time and Place: Works on Paper” will be on view.

The art market is larger and more diverse than ever before. Mr. Kupferman will provide insights into how and why it performs the way it does, how to transact in it successfully and the pivotal role the auction house plays in the process.

According to Kupferman, “Acquiring art can be quite a bit different from any other type of purchase a person may make. It is very knowledge-intensive and requires a significant amount of information and time, but this is also what makes collecting art so fascinating and so rewarding.”

About the Speaker: 
Noah Kupferman Program Director, M.A. Art, Law and Business CHRISTIE’S EDUCATION, New York City
With a unique set of skills and experience, Noah Kupferman has spent considerable amount of time working both as a fine art specialist and financier. Beginning his career at Sotheby’s as a Classical Chinese Paintings Specialist, Noah moved to the world of finance and banking where he spent 12 years as a corporate and private banker before re-joining the ranks of the art world. Mr. Kupferman has been on faculty at New York University as well as The Sotheby’s Institute and has lectured at Brandeis University, Columbia University as well as Christie’s Education on the intersection between finance and fine art. He has commented on the art market for The New York Times, The Far Eastern Economic Review, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer, Art Info, Bloomberg and Art Market Monitor among others.

Art Investments and the Auction House
May 15, 2019, 7:00-8:00 p.m. Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library
Pre-lecture reception in the Gallery, 5:30 p.m.

Sponsored by Wells Fargo Private Wealth Management.

All lectures are open to the public and free of charge. To register please visit:
Flinn Gallery, sponsored by the Friends of the Greenwich Library, is located on the second floor of the library’s main branch at 101 Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, CT 06830. Gallery hours are Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm, Thursday until 8pm and Sunday 1-5pm. For more information, please call the Gallery at 203-622-7967 or visit