Former Exis Capital hedge fund manager Adam Sender has found his name now being better known for the high quality of his art collection than it is for his financial skills, and Sender is pleased with the way his collection of art is being enjoyed. At one point Sender was one of the best known executives on wall Street for the way he worked and the quality of the investments he made for his own Exis Capital company. After achieving his aims with Exis he is now seeking a new challenge and has decided to place 400 pieces of his personal art collection on the auctioneers block as he seeks out new challenges in life.
Sender has been a fixture of the Wall Street financial industry since before the 1998 opening of Exis Capital and was one of the first hedge fund managers to see the possibilities of purchasing and collecting the artworks he loved. Exis Capital was known for the large profits made and the fact that Sender would remain in his office watching the markets from a bank of computer screen. Check out Adam Sender’s FB profile.
Around the same time as he started the Exis Capital fund, Sender began working with Todd Levin as his personal art curator, which allowed him the chance to explore the best in contemporary art. Sender admitted his love for contemporary pieces, but also explained he moved into this area after realizing the high prices of masterpieces by some of his favorite artists. Instead, Sender discovered that in the late 1990s he could still buy some of his favorite pieces of contemporary art for less than $100,000 and wait for them to rise in price over the cominf decades. Despite his love of fine art, Sender is choosing to sell the 400 pieces for an estimated $70 million as he looks to change his life after the completion of the Exis Capital project. Selling the work of 139 different artists will take around 18 months to complete, but should dhow Adam Sender has a good eye for art and a high quality business deal.