Representative Client List

Having established a variety of working relationships in the art world over the years, Steve Tatti and Tatti Art Conservation have helped to restore, conserve and maintain collections for a wide range of clients. The following is a representative list of clients from throughout his career:

Museums –  The American History Museum,  The Baltimore Museum of Art,  The Chrysler Museum,  The Corcoran Gallery of Art,  The Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden,  The J. Paul Getty Museum,  The Jewish Museum,  The Menil Collection The Metropolitan Museum of Art,  MFA Houston, The Mint Museum,  The Museum of Modern Art,  The Montclair Art Museum,  The National Academy of Design,  The National Gallery of Art,  The Neuberger Museum,  The Newark Museum,  The Peale Museum,  The San Francisco Museum of Fine Art,   The Smithsonian Institute,  The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum,  The Whitney Museum of American Art.

Foundations – Archipenko Foundation, Calder Foundation, Giacometti Foundation, Henry Moore Foundation, Lachaise Foundation, Miro Foundation, Nadelman Foundation

Municipalities – NYC (Parks Department, MTA & Times Square Alliance), Miami-Dade County, Albany, Hoboken, Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Houston

Galleries Acquavella Galleries, Babcock Galleries, Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Connor Rosenkranz, David Benrimon Gallery, David Zwirner, Ed Naham, Forum Gallery, Gagosian Gallery, Geoff Diner Gallery, Gerald Peters, Hauser and Wirth, Hirschl & Adler, Historical Design, Hollis Taggart, Jonathan Boss, Lillian Nassau, Lisson Gallery, Mitchell Innes & Nash, Owen Gallery, Pace, Richard York, Spanierman, Taylor Graham Gallery, and Thomas Colville Fine Art. 

Auction Houses Bonhams, Christie’s, Doyle New York, Paddle 8/Auctionata, Phillips, Rago Auctions, Sloans & Kenyon, Sotheby’s

Public & Private Institutions The Customs House, The Department of the Interior, The Federal Reserve, LA Central Library, Library of Congress, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,The Park Avenue Armory,Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park Association, Penn Academy of Fine Arts, Rockefeller Center, State Department, Storm King Arts Center, The U.S. Capital, The U.S. Treasury, The U.S. Post Office, The White House, Thomas Jefferson University

Religious Institutions Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Congregation Ansche Chesed, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Millburn Synagogue, Trinity Church

Private Collectors

Representative Artists by Genre

Over the past 35 years, Steve Tatti has worked on countless art objects in a wide range of genres from Ancient Chinese and Egyptian artifacts to Contemporary Art and many important contributions in between.  Below is a sampling of these restored works by artists and genres including, but not limited to, Modern Art, art of the Masters, Neo-Classical & American figurative sculpture and the eclectic genres of Folk Art, Decorative Arts and Architectural Details.

Louise Bourgeois
Benjamin Bufano
Alexander Calder
Barbara Hepworth
Menashi Kadishman
Gaston Lachaise
Louis Nevelson
Isamu Noguchi
George Ricky
Richard Serra
David Smith
Mark di Suvero

Alexander Archipenko
Umberto Boccioni
John Chamberlain
Joseph Cornell
Jim Dine
Naum Gabo
Donald Judd
Max Ernst
Sol LeWitt
Claus Oldenburg
Joel Shapiro
Kiki Smith
Elizabeth Turk

Karl Bitter
Allan Clark
William Hunt Diederich
Thomas Eakins
Daniel Chester French
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth
Paul Manship
Frederick MacMonnies
Elie Nadelman
Frederic Remington
Bessie Potter Vonnoh
John Quincy Adams Ward
William Zorach

Jean Arp
Constantine Brancusi
Edgar Degas
Alberto Giacometti
Jacques Lipchitz
Henri Matisse
Joan Miro
Pablo Picasso
John Storrs
Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Thomas Crawford
James H. Hazeltime
Harriet Hosmer
Chancey B. Ives
Edmonia Lewis
Hiram Powers
Randolph Rogers
William Wetmore Story

Decorative Arts
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Elihu Vedder

Ancient Artifacts
Archaeological Collections
Chinese Dynasties

Architectural Details
Stained Glass
Carved Stone Elements
Ornate Metalwork
Decorative Finishes