NYT Features Steven Guttman’s Collection
The New York Times visits UOVO Founder Steven Guttman to discuss the collection he and his wife, Kathy Guttman, have assembled, their complementary styles of collecting, and their support of young and emerging artists. Hilarie Sheets spoke with the Guttmans for “Show Us Your Wall,” and discussed how UOVO makes their approach to collecting possible. According to Steven, UOVO “allows us to consider things that maybe we wouldn’t otherwise consider — like big, big works or more difficult pieces of sculpture.” Steven Guttman founded UOVO in 2014 to provide active collectors custom storage, transportation, and handling services and solutions. Today, the Guttmans’ collection includes more than 1,000 works of modern and contemporary art and design.
UOVO’s clients include private collectors, museums, galleries, dealers, fashion designers, and estates and foundations. Offering over 650,000 square feet of premium art storage across four New York locations, a fleet of ten trucks and a team of full-time expert art handlers trained to museum standards, UOVO reimagined the art storage and services industry.