Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic, Eye of the Collector has regretfully had to take the difficult decision to reschedule their inaugural London edition to 2021.
Eye of the Collector’s priority has always been to ensure an immersive and enjoyable experience for their guests and participants and, although there have been encouraging signs of late, unfortunately the uncertainty around live events remains too high. For this reason, and with the health and safety of all as the principal consideration, Eye of the Collector will be scheduling new dates.
Nazy Vassegh, Founder and CEO – “This has been an incredibly difficult decision and, whilst we had very much hoped to launch the physical edition this autumn, the situation unfortunately remains too precarious with too many potential uncertainties and associated risks”.
“Our objective continues to be to create a commercially successful platform and it is therefore our intention to continue to develop our programme of creatively driven Eye Viewing Rooms. The recent viewing room showed great potential and we aim to launch another viewing room in due course”.
About Nazy Vassegh
Nazy Vassegh is a London based Art Advisor with over 25 years’ experience in the international art world. Nazy offers expert independent advice to clients looking to build museum quality collections. She is widely known for her role as Chief Executive of Masterpiece, where she took the fair to great critical and commercial success. Prior to joining Masterpiece Nazy worked for Sotheby’s where her roles included Managing Director of the European Impressionist & Modern division, founding Director of ‘Sotheby’s Preferred’ and Senior Global Business Director for Contemporary Art.