LORINDA ASH has been involved in the art world for over 25 years, in sales at Gagosian Gallery for 10 years, and as a private art advisor.

In 1998, Lorinda founded a private art advisory business, Ash Fine Art, which is located in a brownstone building on Manhattan's Upper East Side. She and her staff work with private and corporate clients, advising them on the acquisition and sale of modern and contemporary fine art. 

Lorinda has worked with some of the art world’s most renowned public and private collections including, London’s Saatchi Gallery and the Broad Foundation in Los Angeles. Some of her notable private clients include the late Samuel Heyman, Richard Lane, and Mort Zuckerman, to name a few. Recent corporate projects include Ares Management, Proskauer, Jones Day, Fox, and Fox Rothschild.  Lorinda has close relationships with galleries and artists, enabling her to offer and place the best high quality works of art to her clients.  

Lorinda has been a longtime Contributing Editor for AVENUE magazine, writing about the art world and art collectors. She serves on the board of Armitage Gone! Dance and is President of the Board of the Museum at Eldridge Street in Lower Manhattan. She is also a member of the The Association of Professional Art Advisors. Lorinda received her B.S. and Masters' Degree from Northwestern University in Art History and Journalism. She was born and raised in Manhattan. 

 

EDUCATION

MS Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University
BS Northwestern University
Riverdale Country School

 

EMPLOYMENT

Since 1998 • Ash Fine Art, LLC
1989-98 • Gagosian Gallery