Emma Landis is an art consultant and historian whose passion for art stokes the fires of Toronto and Ontario’s art scenes. We discuss art collecting, her research into Abstract Expressionist founding father Clyfford Still, and Emma’s unique gift of applying lessons of the past to the social issues of the present and future.

S1 Ep01: In The Frame with Emma Landis In The Frame

Emma Landis is an art consultant and historian based in Toronto, Canada. She is a Ph.D. (ABD) in Art History & Visual Studies (University of Victoria), an MA in Visual Studies (Western University), and BAH in Art History (Queen’s University). Emma’s research into American Abstract Expressionist artist Clyfford Still uncovered previously unknown insights into one of the most original and influential founding fathers of Abstract Expressionism. She is the founder and principal of Richan Art, an art consultancy specialising in public art management and fine art advisory services. Emma founded Richan Art with a belief in the resounding power of art to enrich our lives.

Website: https://www.richanart.com/

Richan Art at LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/richan-art

Emma Landis at LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/emma-landis-richanart

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richan.art/ (@richan.art)

About In The Frame

Award-winning artist Brett Moffatt takes listeners into the lives of artists, curators, models, directors, writers, and performers. Brett shakes the conventional by going backstage into the studios and dressing rooms of people we’d like to know and understand more. Learn about important industry influencers and how an acclaimed artist gets to know his subjects.

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