Clarice Pecori Giraldi Art Advisory provides independent consultancy services for the strategic management of entire collections and unique works of art.
With an established expertise in the art market we provide comprehensive advice to collectors, helping them taking informed decisions to protect and maximize the value of their treasured assets, including artworks, jewellery, watches and paintings.
Discretion, transparency and trust are the cornerstones of our relationship with clients.
We offer a bespoke and comprehensive professional service, tailored around the needs, tastes and vision of each collector.
Our clients include private collections, estates, foundations and trusts, family office, museums, non-profit institutions and artists.
We partner with a selected network of international art specialists, law firms and tax advisors, auction houses, galleries, restorers and insurance companies to offer art management services that focus on mid and long term planning, development and care of collections and individual works. We have a strategic partnership with ArtDefender.
With Guido Guerzoni, Formules Srl, and Gaetano Castellini Curiel, GCC Relations, we have established a temporary association of companies in order to enhance and maximize our respective skills.
Valuations and inventory
Due diligence and market research
Short and long term opportunities analysis
Advice on acquisitions and deaccession of works
Oversight on legal and tax issues
Optimal ownership structure analysis
Updated condition reports
Logistics and insurance
CPG has 40 years of expertise in the international art market and in the world of culture and business. She has worked at Sotheby’s and Christie’s. She has been Vice President of Triennale di Milano between 2013 and 2017. She is Board Member of Fondazione San Patrignano where she curates the coordination of the Art Collection on view at PART. She is Board Member of FAI and Fondazione Elpis. She is also a member of the Board at Associazione Genesi curating the Art for Human Rights Collection. Along with Guido Guerzoni and Gaetano Castellini Curiel designs and implements feasibility plans for art collections and real estate properties. They work for several families and private entities defining long term development strategies for their art assets. Recently they have managed the Antognini donation to the Municipality of Milan and Museo del 900, an art development programme for a Campari Group-related entity and the development of an art-centred location for Italmobiliare.