INEZ SUEN is a multi-service creative consultancy. We offer a wide range of services to meet our client's needs. Whether you're new to art or are an experienced collector, gallery owner, or artist, we have a creative solution for you.

Strategic Planning

You focus on the parts you love and let us do the rest. Art projects are harder than you think. We do it every day. We have the experience and network to help you plan and execute any idea you have.

Advising and Consulting

Collectors, artists and businesses can all benefit from some sound advice. We can help you improve your success as an emerging artist. Or, we can do the legwork to identify the right artwork for you, no matter your budget.

Art Business Solutions

Setting up a pop-up in a foreign city? Need help negotiating a contract? We have a business solution for you.

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Born and raised into a family of art enthusiasts, a native of Chicago by way of Taipei, Inez Suen has an eye for the obvious, the outrageous, and the overlooked when it comes to discovering and promoting fine art. A world traveler, consultant, curator, and connoisseur of life, she is passionate about sustainability, migration, and diaspora in the arts – and first learned about art from her grandfather, an electrical engineer who was also a painter and calligrapher. Suen moved to Miami after 10 years in the NYC art world with over 20 years of international creative industry experience, and is now based in Chicago. 

She is the director of the ICFAC: International Chinese Fine Arts Council (501c3) and sits on the board of circular economy non-profit, Plant Chicago. Suen holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois and attended Masters Programs in the History of Design at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, and Parsons School of Design in New York. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.

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'Gathering of Strangers' [2007], Nathan Coley

Istanbul Biennial [2013]