FAAM (Fine Art Auctions Miami), established in 2011 by a team of experienced specialists and auctioneer Frederic Thut, is Miami’s leading fine art auction house. Through the auction process, our goal is to provide the best service regarding the sale, acquisition, and valuation of fine and decorative art and jewelry. Within that scope, we specialize in important Impressionist, Modern, Latin American, Russian, Chinese, and Contemporary Art. We follow the traditional auction calendar, and hold eight major sales a year.

With offices in Miami, New York, and Paris, and with a team of globally trained experts, we offer our clients the convenience of a local establishment but the work ethic and experience of internationally renowned operations. Our team advises on the purchase and sale of artwork and helps clients build private collections. We conduct all necessary research on a piece in order to give accurate estimates that reflect the international art market. Additionally, we ensure that all the pieces we sell are authentic and, when applicable, provide the accompanying certificates.

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Sofia Caputo 29/11/2015
Betsy Telford 24/02/2013
These people should be ashamed of themselves for auctioning off something that was stolen from the street in Wood Green in London and smuggled into Miami. I'm referring to the auction of Slave Labour, by Banksy. It might not be illegal, but the words immoral and unethical come to mind.
Craig oneil 23/02/2013
This auction house deals in work that has shaky provenance. BOTH Banksy works in the next auction are removed from their public presentation which a. puts the ownership of the art (not the walls) into question and b. makes the piece no longer a Banksy. The context of the work is what makes it the work. Just becuase you cut a piece out of a Monet it doesnt make it able to be sold ehtically as a Monet.
Renato Guimaraes 23/02/2013
Return the Banksy (Slave Labour) to north London. Shame.
tim kenney 22/02/2013
So disappointed to see that you are auctioning off a stolen work by the artist Banksy. It doesn't belong to you or the person who broke off the wall and imported it to the US. Do the right thing and decline the auction?
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