As the Specialist of the African American Art department, Corey Serrant works with consignors, institutions, and collectors throughout the auction process to develop the market. He has previously worked at Swann Auction Galleries as an administrator and cataloguer in the African American Art department and is the Associate Director for the LGBTQ+ department.
After completing his undergraduate degree, he interned for the National Academy of Design, 303 Gallery, and Jack Shainman Gallery. He has worked for Salon 94 and Eric Firestone Gallery, most recently as Associate Director, where he focused on gallery sales and liaising with artist estates. Corey has served as a juror for the MFA Master’s thesis at the School of Visual Arts, New York. He has participated in lectures at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art, the Appraisers Association of America, and the LGBT Historic Sites Project. Serrant is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University, University Park, and holds a B.A. in art history. He is enrolled in the Master's program at the City College CUNY for art history, with a focus on African American art and art theory. His general interests include the art of the African diaspora, critical race theory, and postcolonialism. In his spare time, Corey can be found exploring new exhibitions in New York City or traveling.