Lance Rehs

Lance Rehs is the most recent addition to his family owned art galleries, Rehs Galleries and Rehs Contemporary Galleries, which specialize in 19th and 20th Century European paintings and contemporary academic paintings. He earned his degree in Business from Hofstra University in 2010 and began his career working under a financial advisor. His education and previous work experience is rooted in finance, giving him the tools to understand complex markets and to decipher market trends. His knowledge of art and finance provides him with a unique perspective, allowing him to value art as an asset while appreciating it for the beauty in itself.
Lance Rehs has written 9 posts for THE ARTOHOLIC

Coverage on the July 2014 Contemporary & Modern Sales

Sotheby’s Evening auction was up first with just 59 works on the block.  Leading the way was a small scale Francis Bacon triptych, Three Studies for Portrait of George Dyer (on Light Ground), which far surpassed it’s £15-20M estimate after a heated 4-party battle, bringing £26.6M ($33.3M).  Two other Bacon’s sold in this sale as … Continue reading

Sun, Sand and a Rake In His Hand

Maybe you have seen photos of his work but chances are you have never seen one in person. Andres Amador uses sand, well really entire beaches, as the medium to produce his art. While the works are rather massive, they sadly only last for a short while. Andres typically gives himself just a few hours … Continue reading

Charles Gitnick stops by the LA Art Show

I have to say, one of the greatest aspects of working in the art world is the opportunity I have to meet amazing people. Last week, I was working our booth (Rehs Galleries) at the LA Art show and saw a number of actors, musicians, and other celebrities but if I am being completely honest, … Continue reading


Doing What It Takes.

I bet most people would not have the patience to be an art conservator. I’ll go even further to say that almost no one would want to embark on the journey of restoring a Jackson Pollock. But an adventurous soul, Nicholas Dorman, the Seattle Art Museum’s chief conservator, has done just that. While the Seattle … Continue reading