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Aimee Pflieger

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Sotheby's
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19, 21, 24

Aimee Pflieger has acquired over 20 years’ experience working at arts related organizations, including research roles at the Indiana University Art Museum and in sales positions for prominent modern and contemporary art galleries such as Valerie Carberry Gallery in Chicago and Locks Gallery in Philadelphia. Additionally, Pflieger acted as a Senior Specialist of Modern and Contemporary Art at Freemans in Philadelphia, where she also created and directed the 200 year old company’s first dedicated Photographs & Photobooks Department. She earned a Master of Arts degree from Indiana University, Bloomington in Art History with a specialization in the history of photography. She is a USPAP certified appraiser.

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