In the past, private collections were typically insured on a homeowner’s policy. However in today’s landscape, it has become more and more common that collectors are choosing to insure their collections on specialized fine art policies. This session will focus on what to look for when selecting a fine art insurance policy, and what exclusions to avoid.
About the Presenter
Blair Wunderlich brings her passion about the arts to Huntington T. Block where as a fine art insurance specialist she works with private collectors, art galleries and museums. In her role as a risk advisor, Blair provides guidance on complex, unique risks such as insuring art as collateral, title insurance, rare wine collections and musical instruments.
Previously, Blair worked for four years at the multinational insurance broker Willis as a fine art insurance specialist assisting private collectors with their fine art insurance, jewelry and wine collections.
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 the Sotheby’s.
She continues to be actively engaged in the arts and is a Morgan Library Young Fellow, a committee member of the Washington Project for the Arts and a member of ArtTable.
Blair holds a Masters in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, where she focused on Dutch works on paper in the Golden Age.
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Washington, DC 20005
Saturday, April 2, 2016, 2-3pm