Andrea Zorrilla, AAA Certified
USPAP compliant through:
Latin American Art
Charitable Donation; Estate Tax Liability; Equitable Distribution; Insurance
Andrea M. Zorrilla has over a decade of experience in the fine art industry, with expertise in Latin American Modern & Contemporary art in addition to Latinx art and the Caribbean diasporas. She is a Certified Member of the Appraisers Association of America (AAA) in the field of Latin American art.
Currently based in Miami, FL with a strong network in New York City, AMZ Art Advisory & Appraisals LLC works with collectors and collaborative partners nationally and across South Florida.
Andrea is the founder of AMZ Art Advisory & Appraisals LLC, an independent fine art advisory and appraisals service. Specialized in Latin American Modern & Contemporary art and Latinx art, our approach is uniquely oriented with an academic knowledge base and market expertise specific to these distinct areas. We additionally hold in-depth experience in integrating and contextualizing Latin American and Latinx art within larger, multi-category/disciplinary collections.
AMZ Art Advisory & Appraisals LLC works with private, corporate and institutional collectors in addition to partnering with already existing collection management and advisory teams.
AMZ Art Advisory & Appraisals LLC provides USPAP (Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice) compliant appraisals for the purposes of insurance, estate tax & estate planning, and non-cash charitable donation.
Prior to establishing AMZ Art Advisory & Appraisals LLC, Andrea held the role of Vice President, Specialist of Latin American art at Sotheby’s New York. Throughout her twelve-year tenure at the company, Andrea championed and oversaw record-breaking sales for Latin American women artists such as the surrealists Maria Martins and Alice Rahon and contemporary artists Olga de Amaral and Zilia Sánchez.
Andrea’s time at Sotheby’s also included passion projects that resonated with her areas of scholarly interest. In 2015 she co-organized the acclaimed private selling exhibition Cherchez la Femme: Women and Surrealism which showcased over 50 works by the most celebrated women artists of the Surrealist movement including Remedios Varo, Leonora Carrington and Bridget Tichenor, among others. And in 2021, Andrea spearheaded the online sale sequence ¡Presente! Artists for El Museo del Barrio, the first dedicated presentation of Latinx artists at international auction.