Anderson O'Day
Fine Art
Curating and managing
collections of contemporary
art for a select group
of private individuals.


Led by Prue O'Day, whose career in the visual arts spans more than 45 years, our practice is based on extensive experience of the international art market, underpinned by thorough research and strong relationships within the gallery and museum world.

We are ideally placed to provide access to works of the highest quality. We do not work on commission - our advice to clients is entirely transparent and independent.
Anderson O'Day Fine Art
Curating and managing collections of contemporary art for a select group of private individuals.
Led by Prue O'Day, whose career in the visual arts spans more than 45 years, our practice is based on extensive experience of the international art market, underpinned by thorough research and strong relationships within the gallery and museum world.

We are ideally placed to provide access to works of the highest quality. We do not work on commission - our advice to clients is entirely transparent and independent.
News
The ISelf Collection features in a series of four displays taking place at Whitechapel Gallery: Self-portrait as the Billy Goat (27 April – 20 August 2017); The Upset Bucket (29 August – 26 November 2017); Structures of Chance (5 December 2017 – 1 April 2018); Bumped Bodies (10 April – 12 August 2018).

Devised by Emily Butler, Mahera and Mohammad Abu Ghazaleh Curator, Whitechapel Gallery with Candy Stobbs, Assistant Curator, Whitechapel Gallery, the exhibitions are accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue entitled Creating Ourselves with essays by Glenn Adamson, Frances Borzello, Emily Butler, Nicholas Cullinan, Amelia Jones and Lydia Yee, as well as an interview between Iwona Blazwick and Maria Sukkar.

We congratulate client Wendy Fisher on her election as President of the Board of Trustees of the Guggenheim Foundation.
Biography
Prue - with husband Don Anderson - established Anderson O'Day in 1971. In 1986, Prue opened Anderson O'Day Gallery in Portobello Road, London and over the next ten years it became known as a significant place for discovering emerging talent.

Prue also worked as an independent art advisor to corporations building significant collections. Major commissions included collaborations with Sol LeWitt and Norman Foster at Tower Place, Rebecca Warren and Renzo Piano at Central Saint Giles, and HM Treasury Whitehall.

Near the turn of the new millennium she co-founded The Wonderful Fund, a five-year project to develop a collection of contemporary art marking this milestone, on behalf of 16 fund members who enjoyed shared ownership of the works.

Prue chaired The Showroom for seven years to 2013, guiding its relocation to a central London space and achieving financial stability for the organisation. From 2009 to 2013, she mentored Glasgow Museum of Art for the Art Fund International purchasing scheme. She has been a guest lecturer and external examiner on the Sotheby's Institute MA, and was also a regular contributor to Professional Development courses at London art schools. Prue is on the Council of the ICA London, is an active supporter of Artangel, and a grandmother to four lovely children.
Contact
For more information contact
info@andersonoday.co.uk
+44 (0) 208 969 8085
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