Art New York 2018: Interview With Casterline|Goodman Gallery
Gallery Owners Robert Casterline and Jordan Goodman
611 E. Cooper Avenue Aspen, CO 81611
Tell us a little bit about your gallery. What types of art do you generally focus on?
Specializing in Post-War and Contemporary art, Casterline|Goodman Gallery is committed to presenting first-tier, investment-grade original artwork from the 20th and 21st centuries.
What should visitors expect from your booth in Art New York this year?
Unique paintings and drawings by established artists such as Jim Dine, Alex Katz, Gerhard Richter, Ed Ruscha and Richard Serra.
Please share a few tips for new collectors and those interested in investing in art for the first time.
I recommend that new collectors take their time to learn about the artists they are drawn to and the art market in general before making a purchase. I would recommend that if they’re investing, they need to deal with a gallery that actually handles investment artwork instead of an advisor or primary gallery that may or may not be a specialist.
What are your favorite aspects of participating in art fairs?
We love the opportunity to meet so many new people that share our passion for the artists that we focus on, in a city where we don’t have a gallery presence.
Name a few important works we should keep an eye on when visiting.
Our Richard Serra collection is pretty amazing, along with great works by Ed Ruscha.
(Above image: Richard SERRA, P&E IX, 2007, Litho crayon on mylar, 26 1/2 x 40 inches)