- Joined Sotheby’s in 2003
- Involved in sales of Indian & Southeast Asian Art worldwide
- Previously with The Asia Society Museum in New York
- Has Master's degrees in Museum Studies, Ancient Indian Art History and Archaeology
Anuradha Ghosh-Mazumdar was appointed Head of the Indian & Southeast Asian Art department in New York in 2011. Ms. Ghosh-Mazumdar joined Sotheby’s in 2003 as a specialist for both Classical as well as Modern Indian art. Over the past decade she has played a key role in securing major consignments for Sotheby’s sales of Indian & Southeast Asian Art and Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art in both New York and London. She has also built and nurtured many of Sotheby’s key client relationships in these markets worldwide, a task she continues to perform in addition to her managerial duties as Department Head in New York.
During her time at Sotheby’s, Ms. Ghosh-Mazumdar has provided expertise for landmark sales of Indian and Himalayan art including the Jucker Collection of Himalayan Paintings (2006), Property from the Collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (2007), Indian miniature paintings from the Estate of Ananda K. Coomaraswamy (2009), the Stuart Cary Welch Collection (2011) and the Estate of Dr. Claus Virch (2015). Notable Modern & Contemporary South Asian Collections she has worked on include the Stevie and Steve Wilberding Collection (2005), the collection of Margot and Paul Zimmerman (2007), the Arrand and Margaret Parsons Collection (2008) the June and John Lewis Collection (2012) and the Collection of Dr. Johanna Nestor (2014) amongst others. Works featured in these collections and sales realized record prices at auction. Ms. Ghosh-Mazumdar has lectured widely on the Indian art market at both private and public forums, most notably at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (2006), the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School (2009) and the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto (2015).
Prior to joining Sotheby’s, Ms. Ghosh-Mazumdar worked at The Asia Society Museum in New York as Public Relations Manager, promoting the institution’s Arts & Culture programs amongst Asian and American audiences. In 2001, she completed her Master’s degree in Museum Studies from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, her dissertation being on Gandharan Bodhisattva sculptures. In 1995 she was the gold medalist in the Master’s degree program in Ancient Indian Art History and Archaeology from the University of Calcutta, India. In addition to her expertise in art history Ms. Ghosh-Mazumdar has prior experience in the fields of Advertising and Marketing and is currently completing a Certificate course in Wealth Management at New York University.