Caviar20 is a leader in the resale of 20th century art. Gallery director/owner, Troy Seidman has 20+ years of working in this realm.
We advise (both local and international) clients on how to best sell important artwork. We are also happy to provide assistance with navigating the process of donating artwork to institutions for tax purposes.
In addition to our Toronto gallery we participate in various art fairs. We have an unrivalled digital reach; our own e-commerce site as well as offering our inventory on Artnet, 1stdibs, and Artsy.
We provide free and confidential market valuations for 20th-century artwork with no cost or obligation.
Email us at email@example.com with an image, measurements, and some background on how the work was acquired - and we will have some numbers for you.
Or call +1.416.704.1720
Consignments are often the best strategy for selling artwork.
Most artworks are taken on consignment for a period of 6 to 12 months. We conduct market research to propose a net price, which is the full amount owed to the owner once the sale is complete.
Whether in transit or onsite, consigned artwork is covered/protected by our insurance, with no additional charge. All consignments are professionally photographed before they're offered to our network of clients through direct outreach and digital marketing.
Unlike an auction house, which typically pockets over 30% of the selling price, we have no hidden fees for insurance, framing, photography, or storage.
We are actively looking for consignments of important artwork created during the second half of the 20th century.
There are a handful of artists whose work we are actively looking to purchase including, but not limited to:
Gershon Iskowitz, Annie Pootoogook, Louise Nevelson, Nan Goldin, Jules Olitski, Jack Bush, Edward Burtynsky, and Frank Stella - to mention a few.