12.02.21 Events

Elizabeth Denny joined Hall Rockefeller of Less Than Half to discuss collecting art

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How to Collect Art: Elizabeth Denny of Denny Dimin Gallery
By Less Than Half

Recorded on IG Live November 24, 2021.

Interested in some practical advice on asking for art prices? This conversation with gallerist Elizabeth Denny, sheds light on how to get a sense if an artist is in your price range, what to say in an inquiry email to a gallery, and how galleries give you the space you need to make a decision to buy.

This How To series of IG lives is in conjunction with the launch of Less Than Half’s “Art Collecting Masterclass”, which teaches how to begin your lifelong love of collecting art.




A platform dedicated to the unsung heroines of the art world: the women who worked alone, the women who worked in the shadows of their husbands, the women who were deemed ‘minor’ in movements of majors.

Visit the website, Lessthenhalf.org
Visit on Instagram, @all.the.lady.artists

Founder of Less Than Half, Art Speaker, and Writer

Hall holds both a BA from Yale and an MA from the Courtauld Institute both in the history of art. She wrote her Master’s dissertation on weaver and textile designer Anni Albers.

Hall has given lectures at the National Arts Club (NY) and Black Mountain College (NC) on the subject of Anni Albers, for the podcast the Dead Ladies Show on Eva Hesse, and has moderated artist panels at Carvalho Park Gallery and the Yale Club of New York City, among others.

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