Gianna Guo


Gianna Guo is an art advisor, art appraiser, founder of Pegasus Art Advisory and Director of Asia Pacific at DAC Art Consulting. She has worked within the international art world for five years, providing fine art services for collectors, attorneys and financial advisors, advising and assisting clients on the establishment of art of solid investment value and sale of art, placed works by blue-chip artists including Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Andy Warhol, Zhang Daqian, and Yayoi Kusama. Gianna is currently a member at Appraisers Association of America. She holds the highest professional standard USPAP, providing independent valuation of works of art. She also represents artists from China and United States whose works were featured at the Christie’s “first open” auctions and numerous art shows. Gianna serves the art consulting needs of international hospitality industry, residential and corporate sectors, clients include Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, The Peninsula Hotels. She specializes in dealing with real estate investors, developers, private equity firms and ultra-high-net-worth clients, develops inspired artistic solutions that combine function and design to make art as a brand statement.

Gianna has undertaken numerous curatorial projects. She worked as the operation director for “Hello Kongzi in New York” program in 2016, a cultural reconstruction project which took place at Grand Central and Times Square. This program featured various new media art installations, drew 100k visitors daily. Gianna organized a silent art auction for the China Arts Foundation 2015 Annual Gala with distinguished attendees including Nicholas Platt (former United Stated Ambassador), Stephen Schwarzman (CEO of the Blackstone Group), Steven Rockefeller, Qiyue Zhang (Chinese Consulate-General). She is a board member of COCA Art New York, a non-profit art organization committed to serving art collaboration. Gianna has been chosen as a Next Generation Leader by Committee of 100, a national nonpartisan leadership organization of prominent Chinese Americans in business, government, academia, and the arts. Prestigious members include I.M. Pei, Yo-Yo Ma, Shirley Young, Oscar Tang, Henry Tang. She is also serving as the Young Professionals Committee Co-President at CKGSB, advising on current and future CKGSB programs and developing CKGSB Knowledge Series events. CKGSB is a top Chinese business school with more than 5,000 alumni at CEO or Chairman level and, together, their companies accounted for one sixth of China’s GDP in 2015.