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Hindman Opens Miami Office
Hindman has announced the opening of a new Miami office. With more than a decade of establishing a strong presence in Florida, this expansion now gives Hindman representation in three cities in Florida and 16 cities throughout the United States.
With additional locations in Palm Beach and Naples, the opening of Hindman Miami underscores the firm’s presence throughout the state. This new regional representation will enhance Hindman’s dedication to providing exceptional service to clients in several locations, that focuses on the foundation of the auction market: core collectible property at a range of estimates. Located at 275 Alhambra Circle in the historic Coral Gables neighborhood, Hindman Miami is ideally located in a prominent location near important galleries, financial institutions and businesses.
Elizabeth Rader, the Director of Business Development, Trusts, Estates & Private Clients, will oversee the new Miami office, working with Hindman’s Palm Beach saleroom as well as four additional salerooms throughout the United States. As the former head of Hindman’s Naples office, Rader brings extensive experience in developing relationships with private collectors, financial institutions, trust and estate firms, insurers and museums in Florida. She has handled several prominent Florida estate collections. Prior to joining Hindman, she worked for the London based Art Loss Register as their Development Director for the Americas. Responsible for managing clients in the American, Canadian and Latin American markets, Rader executed strategies to develop relationships with private collectors and the trade to include dealers, appraisers, museums, and art fair organizers at TEFAF and Art Basel Miami. Rader received her PhD in the History of Art and Theory from the University of Essex in 2012, with a concentration on the art and imagery from Colonial Latin America and Habsburg Spain. Rader is bilingual in Spanish and English.