Adrien Meyer
Adrien Meyer - Auctioneer
While closely following the Modern Art market on the side, Adrien joined Christie's in 2004 to serve as Head of European Furniture in Paris which organized prestigious sales such as the Collection of the late Duc de Talleyrand, the collection of M. Rene Smadja, Treasures From The Qizilbash Collection, the Michard-Pellissier estate, and the Steinitz sales to name a few. Adrien's team captured market leadership in France almost every consecutive year, achieving the €4.1 million world record price for a Louis XIV commode in 2008. In 2009, Adrien became a Commissaire-Priseur, allowing him to conduct auctions in Paris; and in 2010 he joined the Impressionist and Modern Art department in New York as Specialist, Vice-President.

Adrien Meyer graduated from the Ecole du Louvre in 2000 where he specialized in Contemporary Art. He received his early auction training from 2000-2004 in the European Furniture department at another major auction house in New York where he built a strong international client network while working on the collections of the late Ogden Phipps, Gianni Versace and Bill Blass among others.