Mary Dinaburg has over 30 years of art industry experience, having worked in the US, Europe and Asia.
She is the founder of DinaburgArts LLC, providing curatorial advice and consultation for galleries, museums, institutions, and corporations, with a focus on business development and cultural branding. Her expertise also includes acquisition and de-accession of Post-Impressionist and Modern masters, as well as established and emerging international Contemporary artists.
For 15 years, Mary focused her attention on Asia, introducing major international artists - spanning from Impressionism and Modernism through Contemporary practitioners - to the Asian market and to bringing established and emerging artists from the Asiatic region to the West. This included working with Howard Rutkowski to establish the Encounter exhibitions in Singapore and Qatar for the Royal Academy of Arts (London).
Mary is also the principal of the newly founded Art Legacy Planning, which focuses on artists, art collection, estate and legacy planning.
Having recently returned to New York, Mary is reactivating the US headquarters of DinaburgArts and currently involved in a variety of projects both in the United States and abroad.