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By Kaitlynn Miller | July 25, 2016 | Culture
With an already successful gallery in Aspen, Robert Casterline and Jordan Goodman make themselves accessible to their loyal clients with a new spot in East Hampton.
Vertical, 1971, by Adolph Gottlieb, at Casterline Goodman Gallery.
“The thing I love most about helping individuals buy art is seeing the excitement that the collector has when a piece is placed in their home,” says Robert Casterline of Casterline Goodman Gallery and Art Advisory. Casterline, along with co-owner Jordan Goodman, recently expanded their business from Aspen to East Hampton in an effort to be more available to their clients, many of whom vacation and have second homes in the area during the summer.
The new space is located on Newtown Lane, making it “convenient for collectors to stop in and check out current shows,” explains Casterline. The gallery, which specializes in postwar and contemporary art, also acts as a boutique advisory firm where Casterline and Goodman consult clients and assist them in expanding their art collections with pieces from both established and emerging artists.
With a combined 30 years in the business and a staff that travels the world to research the current global art market, Casterline and Goodman offer advisory services with an educational focus—they supply the client with information about the market,including the individual artists that interest the client, as well as educate them on the investment aspect of their purchases. Says Casterline, “Whether it’s for decorating or investment, art buyers always need good advice.” 46 Newtown Lane, East Hampton, 527-5525.
Photography courtesy of Casterline | Godman Gallery