Tom Flynn is a London-based writer, lecturer and art market
A former fine art auctioneer and journalist, he holds postgraduate degrees from the Royal College of Art and Sussex University
and has held board positions with art data company, Invaluable.com, and Eyestorm.com, the limited edition print publishers.
Tom is a visiting senior
lecturer and programme director of the RICS-Accredited MA programme in Art Appraisal (Professional Practice) at Kingston University and a visiting lecturer on the International Art Market at the
London-based IESA Masters course.
He also leads the Art Market MA programme at Richmond, the
American International University in London, and is a contributor to the Postgraduate Certificate in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection run by ARCA, the Association for Research into Crimes
Against Art in Amelia, Italy.
Tom is a member of AICA, the International Association of Art
Critics and has published a number of monographs on contemporary sculptors.
In 2009 he formed The Sculpture Agency to promote contemporary sculpture, with particuar emphasis on those artists who make their own work.
Tom lectures widely professional practices in the global art
market and writes regularly on current issues in art and
Tom can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org or