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  • Atina Sutton

    Cataloguer & Administrator

    Phone: (212) 254-4710 ex. 29
    African-American Fine Art

    Atina Sutton joined Swann's African-American Fine Art Department in the summer of 2015. As Cataloguer and Administrator, she researches, catalogues and writes condition reports for works of art, contributes original writing and editing to catalogues, as well as supervises all aspects of inventory management. She has worked on groundbreaking auctions such as The Art Collection of Dr. Maya Angelou, which earned roughly $1.3 million, and in December 2015 sold an untitled painting by Norman Lewis which went for a record-breaking $965,000.

    Atina is currently enrolled at Brooklyn College for her Masters in Contemporary and Modern Art. Beyond that, her interests include Pre-Colombian and African-American Fine Art. Since completing her B.F.A. at Pratt Institute in History of Art and Design, she has worked as a researcher and writer at the Brooklyn Museum in the Art of the Americas Department working on exhibitions such as Life, Death and Transformation. In her spare time, Atina can be found exploring new exhibitions in New York City, volunteering at Animal Haven and traveling.

    Updated January 22, 2018

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