Driven art lover, who combines the passion for art, with financial wealth, to help clients benefit in all angles of owning and selling fine arts.
Jack is an innovator, with uncompromising instincts in fine arts, who has been able to establish a network of great artists, dealers, curators, and galleries. He has been engaged in the business of art dealing for many years and has brokered hundreds of artworks for both buyers and sellers all throughout California, Florida, and New York.
Jack’s repertoire as a pristine fine arts dealer is solidified by his experience and knowledge of the artists, market trends, retainable value, and future appreciation in artworks. He has an extensive understanding of what clients need to focus on, to reach their objectives, as it pertains to the art market.
Jack travels to various art shows, in different cities, and is included in numerous private showings for notable artists. He has been entrusted with buyers to acquire individual paintings, without his clients even viewing the works in person. From high net-worth individuals, to estates and corporations, Jack represents a wide range of clients, and caters to their needs, as he vigorously accomplishes the goals set forth.
Jack received two Bachelor Degrees in Business Administration and Accounting, from the University of Southern California, and holds an entrepreneurship certificate from the Lloyd Greif Center of Entrepreneurial Studies.
As an art dealer, Jack Baboudjian is set-out to provide clients with loyal art buying and selling representation, and a wide range of collection management services, including valuations, planning, and insuring.
Jack offers keen information when clients are making the decision on the artwork they intend to purchase or sell. As your strategic partner, we want to supply our clients with the best advice possible, needed in considering the future acquisition or disposition of artworks.
We furthermore guide our clients towards the right resources equipped to handle planning for, and consideration of foreign, federal and state tax liabilities related to art transactions as well as movement of art among jurisdictions, including sales and use taxes.