Caroline Taylor is an Advisor and Appraiser specialized in Post-War, Contemporary and Emerging Art. She is an Accredited Member of the Appraisers Association of America.
She holds over ten years of experience in the art world. After graduating from Pratt Institute with a degree in Painting and Art History, Caroline spent four years on the curatorial team at the Deutsche Bank Collection.
In 2013 Caroline founded Caroline Taylor LLC with a focus on building Post-War and Contemporary Art collections for clients in both the US and Europe. Caroline has additional experience at Phillips (Contemporary Department), The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Exhibition Design Department), and the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation (Project Archivist). She is a former adjunct professor at Pratt Institute and is currently an active member of the university’s Fine Arts Alumni Advisory Committee.
While at Deutsche Bank Caroline served on the steering committee as Head of Art for the annual Women on Wall Street Conference and as Benefit Committee Auction Chair for the Deutsche Bank Microfinance Development Fund.