Artist Resources Management

Artist Resources Management provides discreet business and studio management services to established artists. ARM has been created to assist artists in the day-to-day management of their studio practice and to free them to concentrate more fully on creative endeavors. 

Typical services include project management and tracking, production coordination of museum and gallery exhibitions, archive development and maintenance, provenance research, liaison with auction houses and secondary market dealers, invoicing and collections, bookkeeping, personnel management, logistics coordination, interface with primary dealers, arts professionals and other advisors (e.g. lawyers, accountants), and general administrative support. Artists who work with ARM will enjoy improved efficiency, enhanced professionalism, and reduced overhead expenses. 

In order to insure the highest level of hands-on service and integration, ARM will work with only a small, select group of artists at any given time. 

Timothy Hartley Smith

Tim Smith has more than twenty-five years of administrative and organizational development experience. Smith was the Managing Director of The Armory Show, New York’s international contemporary art fair and one of the world’s leading art events. For fifteen years prior to his work in the art world, Smith was responsible for day-to-day management of The Manhattan Group, a Wall Street consulting firm.

Bruce Edward Hackney

Bruce Hackney has more than twenty years of experience working with and on behalf of artists. Prior to forming ARM, Hackney was the Managing Director of Yvon Lambert/New York and is a prior Director of both the Nicole Klagsbrun and McKee galleries. In the US, Hackney manages the estate of Swiss photographer Karlheinz Weinberger.