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Marianne Boesky announces appointment of Bradford Waywell as Senior Director, Sales and Acquisitions
Prior to re-joining Marianne Boesky Gallery, Waywell held the position of Director at Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art in New York (2017-2018), where he oversaw the development of the artists and acquisitions program and was responsible for expanding the gallery’s network of global relationships. Courtesy Bradford Waywell.



NEW YORK, NY.- Marianne Boesky Gallery announced today that it has appointed Bradford Waywell as Senior Director, Sales and Acquisitions. Waywell joins from Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, where he served as the Director. Waywell also previously worked with Marianne Boesky Gallery as a Sales Director, from 2011 to 2012. In his new role, Waywell will lead the gallery’s expansion of its secondary market business, while also supporting artist relations and sales for the gallery’s growing roster of artists. He will start at the gallery in September 2019.

“Brad brings with him great knowledge of Impressionist, Post-War, and Contemporary artists and art movements. His keen eye and wide-ranging relationships with collectors, curators, and artists are incredible assets,” said Marianne Boesky. “With my vision to grow equally the gallery’s primary and secondary market business, I know Brad’s experience will prove invaluable. I very much look forward to welcoming him again to the team.”

Waywell’s appointment follows those of Stephanie Gabriel as Director and Sara Putterman as Marketing and Communications Coordinator, both in February 2019.

Prior to re-joining Marianne Boesky Gallery, Waywell held the position of Director at Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art in New York (2017-2018), where he oversaw the development of the artists and acquisitions program and was responsible for expanding the gallery’s network of global relationships. Waywell has also served in leadership positions at Skarstedt, New York (2017), Di Donna Galleries, New York (2015-2017), and Blain Di Donna Gallery, New York (2012-2015). In each of these roles, Waywell secured major acquisitions, supported the development of scholarly exhibitions, and established new collector and curatorial connections. He also worked at Galerie Gmurzynska in Zurich and St. Moritz (2007-2010), where he acted as the primary artist liaison to Robert Indiana, Will Cotton, Hanna Liden, and Karl Lagerfeld, as well as the Estates of Yves Klein, David Smith, and Louise Nevelson, among others.










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