Elizabeth Fiore founded her art advisory in 1996, with the aim of helping collectors navigate the complex and sometimes daunting art world. Since then, she has enhanced her reputation year-on-year, representing clients’ interests with determination and integrity. As the advisory has grown, so have the scope and prestige of the collections assembled. Many works from clients’ collections have been loaned for museum exhibitions.

Ms. Fiore’s access to the broadest spectrum of artworks, bringing established artists into dialog with emerging talent, depends on the relationships of trust she has developed with a global network of art world professionals, as well as on her discerning eye. Far-reaching travel is central to Ms. Fiore’s success; among the many international art fairs she regularly attends are Art Basel Miami Beach, Art Basel, Frieze (New York and London), Paris’s Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain (FIAC), The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in Maastricht, and Zona Maco in Mexico City. Her extensive contacts allow her to draw on colleagues’ specialist knowledge, coordinating in-depth research on behalf of her clients. Over the years, Ms. Fiore has deepened her expertise of art and its markets while maintaining her sense of curiosity, flexibility, and open-minded exploration.

Before launching her career as an independent advisor, Elizabeth Fiore was the director of the Annina Nosei Gallery, where she nurtured a number of young artists, giving some, such as Ghada Amer, their first solo exhibitions. Ms. Fiore is a board member of the Fountain Gallery advisory team, a member of the Association of Professional Art Advisors (APAA) and ArtTable, and an active participant in the New York art scene. Profoundly at home in the art world, she takes pride in fostering clients’ enthusiasm and individual tastes in a way that is financially strategic and personally engaged.