Art & Wealth Management: Developing a Holistic Relationship for UHNWIs with focus on Monetizing, Partnering and Transferring One's Collection
Alessia Zorloni is Co-Director of the Executive Master in Art Market Management at IULM University of Milan and Adjunct Professor of Economics and Management of Art at Catholic University, Milan, Italy. She also regularly holds lessons on the protection and valuation of family art collections at the Italian Family Officer Association (AIFO). Beside her academic work, Dr. Zorloni is Of Counsel of Art Law department at CBA Studio Legale e Tributario. She regularly advises public and private collectors in the acquisition, sale and management of their works of art providing them with assistance in all aspects of the art collecting process.
Prior to joining CBA, Alessia worked as an Associate Researcher at The Boston Consulting Group in the Milan office and at the Wien Kunsthalle. Alessia has been a visiting scholar at the Tate Modern, Guggenheim Foundation and at the Smithsonian Institution, where she has been awarded the Smithsonian’s Fellowship in Museum Practice.
Alessia received a Ph.D in Communication Economics from IULM University of Milan and a Master’s Degree in Arts Management from City University, London. She is the author of more than 30 publications, among which the books Art Wealth Management. Managing of Private Art Collections (Springer 2016) and The Economics of Contemporary Art. Markets, Strategies and Stardom (Springer 2013), a best-selling book on the contemporary art market translated in Italian, Chinese and Persian. She is also a contributor writer for Flash Art, Il Giornale delle Fondazioni and PRIVATE the magazine of Private Banking and Wealth Management, covering topics such as art investments and foundations established by private art collectors.
Dr. Zorloni has given keynote lectures and workshops at a variety of national and international cultural institutions including Estonian Academy of Arts (Tallinn), Bocconi University (Milan), University of Zurich (Zurich), ArtExperts+, (Dubai), Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (Düsseldorf), and Christie's (London).