RONNY COHEN, Ph.D. is highly regarded in the fine art field for her knowledge of 20th Century, Contemporary and Modernism. Ronny brings an unique understanding and skill-set to meeting the particular challenges the valuation, research and analysis of art in these areas represent. With her sharp eye and considerable art historical expertise and marketplace savvy, Ronny is known for her insightful readings of individual artists and trends.
Ronny is one of our leading art critics, art writers, independent curators and art advisors and she has worked with numerous art galleries, art dealers, art institutions, art collectors and artists.
Ronny is a widely published author on 20th Century, Contemporary and Modernism with over 500 articles and reviews appearing in Artforum, Art in America, Artnews, Art + Auction, The Art Newspaper and other major art media. Ronny has written more than 120 catalogues for solo and group art exhibitions, and four monographs on contemporary artists.
Ronny has curated over 20 exhibitions for galleries, not-for-profit and corporate spaces. Her exhibitions offering new perspectives on artistic trends and developments have been reviewed by The New York Times, The New Yorker, The East Hampton Star and others.
Ronny is an expert art researcher and frequently is asked to work on provenance, exhibition history and authenticity questions and artist catalogues. She is a skilled analyst of the art market and is experienced at doing price and valuation research and trend reports. She has advised on acquisitions of modern and contemporary art for private and corporate collectors.
Ronny is a Certified Member of the Appraisers Association of America-certified in the areas of Impressionism and Modern and Post-war, Contemporary and Emerging artists–and does USPAP compliant fine art appraisals that can be used for IRS and insurance purposes.
A Fulbright scholar and Danforth Foundation fellow, Ronny graduated summa cum laude from Finch College, New York and received her Ph.D. and MA in art history specializing in Impressionism, Modernism and 20th Century from The Institute of Fine Arts, NYU, New York.
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