Karen Boyer was interviewed for and quoted in the January 21, 2021 article about Museum Exchange, a new digital platform that matches collectors with museums in order to facilitate donations.
Karen Boyer was quoted in the September 18, 2020 article about the impact of the cancellation of Art Basel Miami Beach.
Karen Boyer was interviewed for and quoted in the March 12, 2020 Art Intelligence Report about the missing Miami-based art dealer accused of swindling numerous savvy art world players.
Karen Boyer was interviewed for and quoted in a February 16, 2020 article about the surprising closing of the Marciano Art Foundation in Los Angeles.
Karen Boyer was quoted in a December 6, 2019 article about the ongoing scandal involving a Miami-based art dealer accused of fraud.
Karen Boyer was consulted for a November 22, 2019 article on a Miami-based art dealer accused of fraud.
Karen Boyer was included in a May 7, 2019 article about favorite restaurants in Venice during the Venice Biennale.
Karen Boyer was quoted in the May 2, 2019 article about sales at the TEFAF art fair in New York City.
Karen Boyer was interviewed for and quoted in South Florida Business and Wealth’s July 18, 2018 article about the growing interest in integrating art in wealth management strategies.
Karen Boyer was interviewed for and quoted in Bloomberg’s December 15, 2017 article about a Manhattan art dealer accused of defrauding collectors and investors.
Karen Boyer was quoted in an article about Delaware art storage and the potential tax benefits.
Elements in Play collaborated with HLS Interior Design in Miami, and their work was featured in the July/August 2016 issue of Luxe Interiors + Design.
Karen Boyer was quoted in Alpha Magazine’s June 2, 2016 article on the art market.
Karen Boyer was recently interviewed by Steve Mendelssohn about tax strategies for art collectors for his column in Inc. Magazine. He has some interesting observations.
Karen Boyer was quoted in the Barron’s Penta November 30, 2015 article Freeports in Freefall?
Karen Boyer was quoted in the Barron’s Penta October 24, 2015 article Stashing Your Art in a Tax Haven Can Be Dicey.
Brainard Carey interviewed Karen Boyer about what it’s like to be an art advisor today.
Karen Boyer was quoted in The New York Times September 23, 2015 article The Billionaire, The Picassos and a $30 Million Gift to Shame a Middleman.
Karen Boyer was featured and quoted in The New York Times August 22nd, 2015 article Soaring Art Market Attracts a New Breed of Advisers for Collectors.
Karen Boyer moderated a panel of collectors at Art Southampton, giving the audience various strategies for collecting art at any level.
Karen Boyer moderated a panel at Art New York giving practical advice on how to better develop and protect your collection.
Karen Boyer spoke on a panel at Art Miami on new ways to build a collection, with a focus on how to leverage the Internet to find the works you love.
Karen Boyer was quoted during Art Basel in the New York Observer’s December 2014 article The $4M Coca-Cola Bottle Explains it All.
Karen Boyer was profiled in the Barron’s Penta November 7, 2014 article Art Advisors: Are They Worth It?
Karen Boyer was quoted in Philip Boroff’s August 2014 article What Sotheby’s Isn’t Advertising About Its Private Sales.
According to artnet News, Karen Boyer is an Ad-llec-tor, one of artnet’s new art world terms.
Karen Boyer was interviewed on Artspace, an excellent online resource, in April, 2014.
Karen Boyer was profiled in the July 2013 issue of Fortunelife, China’s leading luxury lifestyle magazine.
Karen Boyer was quoted in the January 2013 article Ultra-Wealthy Flock to Art Basel.
Karen Boyer was quoted in Art & Advocacy’s The Risk Calculus of Art Loans: Lending Against Value in an Extraordinary Market, by Stephen D. Brodie.
Karen Boyer moderated a panel on art lending during the New York State Bar Association program: Matters of Art Finance: Exploration of Art Loans & Art Investment Funds on September 13, 2012.
Karen Boyer was quoted in Worth Magazine’s Object of Desire about Lucian Freud.
Karen Boyer was included and quoted in the January 2007 article Connect, Then Collect.