Crispin holds a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts and History) from Monash University. In 1995, he began working for Sotheby’s Australia, where he became the representative for Aboriginal art in Melbourne. In 2006 Crispin joined Joel Fine Art as head of Aboriginal and Contemporary Art and later was appointed head of the Sydney office. He possesses extensive knowledge of Aboriginal art and has over 15 years experience in the Australian fine art auction market.
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Henry Mulholland is a graduate of the National Art School in Sydney, and has had a successful career as an exhibiting artist. Since 2000, Henry has also been a regular art critic on ABC Radio 702. He was artistic advisor to the Sydney Cricket Ground Trust Basil Sellers Sculpture Project, and since 2007 a regular feature of Sculpture by the Sea, leading tours for corporate stakeholders and conducting artist talks in Sydney, Tasmania and New Zealand. Prior to joining Deutscher & Hackett, Henry’s fine art consultancy provided a range of services, with a particular focus on collection management and acquiring artworks for clients on the secondary market.
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Victoria has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours, First Class) in Art History and Curatorship at the Australian National University. In 2013 she was the recipient of the Gordon Darling Intern in the Australian Prints and Drawings Department at the National Gallery of Australia. At the completion of her internship in 2014 she remained at the National Gallery of Australia, becoming the Office Manager for the Australian Art Department.
With a Bachelor of Business Accounting at RMIT, Alex has almost 15 years experience within financial management roles. He has spent much of his early years within the corporate sector with companies such as IBM, Macquarie Bank and ANZ. With a strong passion for the arts more recently he was the Financial Controller for Ross Mollison Group, a leading provider of marketing services to the performing arts. Alex is currently completing his CPA.
Roger was the Chairman, Managing Director and auctioneer for Christie’s Australia and Asia since 1989, having joined the firm in London in 1977. While with Christie’s, Roger presided over many significant and record-breaking auctions including The Collection of Sir Leon and Lady Trout (1989), Alan Bond’s Dallhold Collection (1992), The Harold E. Mertz Collection of Australian Art (2000), The W.R. Burge Collection (2006) and numerous major auctions in Asia. Since Christie’s departure from Australia, Roger has built a highly distinguished art consultancy in Australian and International works of art advising leading collectors both private and institutional. Roger will continue to independently operate his privately-owned International and Australian art dealing and consultancy business alongside his role at Deutscher and Hackett.