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A Look Inside Peggy Guggenheim’s Scrapbooks

A Look Inside Peggy Guggenheim’s Scrapbooks

  by Nadja Sayej | | Aug. 23, 2019Peggy Guggenheim, she of eccentric taste, signature Batman-esque shape sunglasses (how else would you describe them?), and one of the most important art collectors of the 20th century, if not ever, was a scrapbooker....

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Mark Baxter, Principal. Mark helps to conceive, plan, direct and budget the integrated communications programs that support and help achieve clients’ business plans and marketing objectives. He has been instrumental in positioning clients within their markets, creating innovative ways of reaching their customers, and establishing an overall identity and image that promotes their businesses. Mark has headed his own successful consulting business for years, with clients including multinationals and national organizations. He also has held senior marketing posts at Asea Brown Boveri (ABB), Solo Cup and AMETEK.
Roger Chiocchi, Principal. Roger began his advertising career at Young & Rubicam. While there he managed the advertising campaigns for some of America's best-known brands, including Jell-O, Birdseye, TWA, ATT, Bell Atlantic and Sears ("Softer Side of Sears" campaign considered one of the most successful retail branding campaigns in history). He went on to become President of Y&R subsidiary The Lord Group where he was responsible for the NYNEX/Bell Atlantic/Verizon account as well as The Sports Authority, HIP Health Plans, and Cayman Islands Tourism, among others.
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