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Bradford Dennison Waywell appointed Director of Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art
Prior to joining Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, Waywell was Director, Di Donna Galleries in New York and Associate Director, Galerie Gmurzynska in Zurich.

NEW YORK, NY.- Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, the New York City gallery specializing in modern, post-war and contemporary art, announced Bradford Dennison Waywell as its Director. In his new role, Waywell oversees all aspects of the gallery, including sales, consignments, client development, exhibitions and art fairs.

“We’re excited to welcome Brad and we’re delighted that he is joining us as we mount what we think is an especially strong stall at this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach,” said Edward Tyler Nahem, founder of the eponymous gallery. “Brad brings a deep knowledge of art and the art world and we couldn’t be more pleased.”

Prior to joining Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art, Waywell was Director, Di Donna Galleries in New York and Associate Director, Galerie Gmurzynska in Zurich. His range of experience includes primary roles in the acquisition of significant secondary market works for Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary Art.

His recent work with exhibitions includes ‘Paths to the Absolute: Kandinsky, Malevich, Mondrian, Newman, Pollock, Rothko and Still,’ for which he played a key role in securing private and institutional loans. He also worked extensively on the Andy Warhol ‘Jackie’ exhibition, confirming loans, consignments, and handling research and catalogue design.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the gallery, which continues to be a leader in the fields of Modern and Post-War Art, in a position that speaks to my background perfectly,” stated Waywell. “I look forward to continuing the tradition of presenting museum-quality exhibitions, as well as working with our clients at art fairs worldwide and locally in our New York City gallery.”

Waywell holds a B.A. degree in art history from Wake Forest University.

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