Our ARTBUTLER CLASSIC user
Studio John Bock Berlin, Galerie Buchholz Berlin, Crone Berlin, Contemporary Fine Arts Berlin, Die Galerie Frankfurt, Volker Diehl Berlin / Moskau, Galerie der Villa Hamburg, Katharina Grosse Berlin, Juan Antonio Guirado Estate London, Sammlung Manfred Herrmann Berlin, Johann König Berlin, KOW Berlin, Krinzinger Vienna, Gebr. Lehmann Dresden / Berlin, Sammlung Lenikus Vienna, Christian Lethert Cologne, Patricia Low Gstaad / St. Moritz, Giò Marconi Mian, Mark Müller Zurich, Nolte Münster / Porto Colom, Nordenhake Stockholm / Berlin, Alexander Ochs Berlin / Beijing, Produzentengalerie Hamburg / Berlin, Projecte SD Barcelona, Schlichtenmaier Stuttgart, Schönewald Fine Arts Düsseldorf, Rüdiger Schöttle Munich, Thomas Schulte Berlin, Schwarz Contemporary Berlin, SETAREH GALLERY Düsseldorf, Sies + Höke Düsseldorf, Chris Succo Studio Düsseldorf, Tschudi Zuoz, Thoman Innsbruck / Vienna, Barbara Weiss Berlin, Wentrup Berlin, Susanne Zander Köln / Berlin, and many more...
Artbutler is a huge relief
Carola Persiehl, Galerie Commeter, Hamburg
We are still very happy with the program, and I’m also really pleased that my questions are always answered and solutions found so quickly.
Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna
I have to say - I am really happy with Artbutler!
Mark Müller, Galerie Mark Müller, Zürich
ARTBUTLER products are presented and used as part of professional qualifications in the art market in training and teaching. In addition, we have been able to pass on our many years of experience in handling the issues and challenges found in galleries, studios and collections in a number of talks and events:
FREIE UNIVERSITÄT BERLIN
As an expert in information management in galleries, Dirk Herzer has been a lecturer on the course “Management in the Art Market“ (regularly since May 2010)
Lecture in the context of the interdisciplinary seminar “Käufliche Kunst? Kunst, Musik und Theater als Business” (“Venal Art? Art, Music and Theater as Business”, Mai 2009)
Art History Institute: Lecture entitled “Professionalisation in the Art Market“ to students at the institute majoring in Art Education (April 2010)