Kim Martindale helped launch the Whitehawk show when he was 16 years old.  That’s not a typo.  Sixteen years old.

And some things don’t change, they just get better.  For 25 years he produced the LA Art Show, crown jewel of the Los Angeles art world, the American Indian Art Show which enjoyed a 38 year run and Whihtehawk, now enjoying its 46th year.  It’s no exaggeration to say that Kim’s deep love for art has brought him recognition across the world.

His company has expanded into art show development, promotion and production, providing expertise and support for organizations all over the United States.

He is inarguably one of the art world’s unparalleled experts in a number of important genres.  His detailed and sophisticated knowledge make him a top choice resource for appraisals, advice on buying and selling, overall art market consultation and high-end gallery management.  He has also added a new element to his expertise, virtual shows that take place completely online.

Kim Martindale is based out of Los Angeles.


Over 60 years ago, John Morris began his career as a show promoter and producer of landmark musical events in the U.S., Europe, and around the world. John was production manager at the original Woodstock Festival; opened and ran New York City’s landmark rock concert venue, The Fillmore East; and created and owned London’s first major rock concert venue, The Rainbow. John produced live concerts for bands including Paul McCartney’s Wings, The Grateful Dead, The Moody Blues, The Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, and Santana. Prior to co-producing Objects of Art & American Indian/Tribal Santa Fe, John and Kim Martindale founded and co-produced The Antiquities Show in Santa Fe, which ran for 15 years. John has lived in the U.S., England, the Caribbean and now lives in Santa Fe, NM.