Pollon Art was founded as a means to bridge the gap between North American collectors and the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art market. Pollon Art offers clients intimate knowledge and experience in these fields, gathered through extensive professional experience in both the primary and secondary art markets.
Founder, Miriam Grundy, brings to the US art market a fresh and highly intuitive approach to collecting Aboriginal art, matching the values and identity of the client, collection or space with artworks and artists that reflect these. The Pollon Art experience is underscored by the belief that genuine relationships, and collaborative and informed decision-making brings the best results.
Based in New York City, Pollon Art provides tailored advisory services to private clients, as well as curated public exhibitions from some of the most compelling artists, past and present.
Having stated her career in the commercial sector, founder, Miriam Grundy has worked with some of the most respected art galleries and private dealers in Australia.
Miriam trained at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales where she obtained her BA in Art History and French, and her MA in Arts Administration.
Miriam is a member of the Art Consultants Association of Australia and a qualified appraiser under the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) for North America. Miriam follows strict ethical standards on the acquisition, handling and sale of Aboriginal art.