Prior to starting work as an independent consultant, Jojo Spice has worked extensively within the contemporary and Modern Art world for the last seventeen years. She worked at the world renowned contemporary gallery White Cube for four years in sales, dealing with some of the most important living artists, such as Antony Gormley, Andreas Gursky, and Damien Hirst before working as a consultant for corporate collections such as the Royal Bank of Scotland. From there she joined the prestigious gallery, Annely Juda Fine Art. The gallery specializes in modern and contemporary art, with significant artists such as David Hockney, Anthony Caro and Leon Kossoff, as well as representation of notable estates such as Naum Gabo, Kenneth and Mary Martin and other avant garde artists of the 20th Century. She was there as an Associate Director for 7 years. Following this she has been working extensively with high net worth individuals and the management and sourcing of their collections for the last 6 years.
By drawing on years of experience and her existing long term relationships with art specialists together with her industry knowledge, Jojo can help collectors acquire significant works of art from both established and emerging artists and guide clients through purchases from galleries, artists studios, private collections, and at auction both domestic and abroad. In addition to this Jojo can help clients with the management of their existing works from shipments to insurance, valuations, restoration, framing or de-accessions.
“I cannot recommend Jo enough. Having decided to invest in some art, Jo gently steered me through my options and introduced me to a fascinating world. She was unstinting in her attention to detail and really listened to what I hoped to achieve. Anyone who is looking for advice could not be in better hands.”
“It has been great fun this whole process and we are extremely happy with everything. The simple truth is that I know we wouldn’t have ended up where we are now without Jojo….. not in the quality and diversity of the works and simply not as happy as we are! Amazing”.