Montana Alexander is a Partner with Heather James Fine Art, and is based between New York City and Connecticut. She heads the sales network of Heather James galleries worldwide as well as managing company-wide strategy, while continuing to advise her group of major collectors.
Montana has most recently placed major paintings by Ed Ruscha, Claude Monet and Mark Bradford with private collectors. She has been with Heather James since 2013, and has driven our significant expansion from two regional galleries into the global art market. Among several other major consignments in the past, she secured a large group of Post-War and contemporary art from the General Electric Company Corporate Art Collection, as well as The Paintings of Sir Winston Churchill for our 2018 travelling exhibition. Montana received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Connecticut in Art History and Business Management and completed Sotheby’s Institute’s Art Business post-graduate program in New York.
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Montana Alexander, Partner at Heather James Fine Art New York chatted with Artichek about authenticity in art, looking at the recent news that some of Edward Hopper’s earliest paintings are actually copies he made from a how-to art magazine. The discovery came to light thanks to Louis Shadwick, a graduate student at the Courtauld Institute […]
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