Active internationally, TIAMSA is an interdisciplinary association of professionals, academics and students focusing on the study of the art market.
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We have held international conferences in London, Vienna, and Lisbon. Many additional events in cities such as Basel, Berlin, New York or Los Angeles addressed specific practical, legal and theoretical questions. And there is more to come...
TIAMSA Groups are active in several countries. They offer great ways to explore specific themes with like-minded members and also provide access to local art market studies activities.
Members have privileged access to our events and receive discounts on our conferences and selected publications. With your membership you also support our quest for giving art market studies a home in academia and society at large.
TIAMSA is a growing association that extends its reach into all corners of the world. Join us, get involved, and participate in shaping the future of art market studies!
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In view of the continuing uncertainties concerning the corona crisis, our annual conference, moved forward from 2020, will now be held online in five sessions on 6/7 May, 3 June and 15/16 July…
The University of Buckingham’s Humanities Research Institute is hosting a Research Day on Collecting, Travel, and the Museum in the Long Eighteenth Century Online, 2.30 pm, 25 Feb 2021Please register via: Seminars-HRI@buckingham.ac.uk
In celebration of the launch of the new Christie’s Education Alumni Portal, please join Véronique Chagno-Burke, Academic Director of Christie’s Education, and Michael Findlay, author and Director of Acquavella Galleries, for a conversation…
TIAMSA Legal invites its members to an informal get-together via Zoom on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 5 pm CET.
IAL’s Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics will run online over seven months, commencing Jun 2021. This intensive, interactive course is designed to introduce both art professionals and lawyers to the specific…
Regionaler Kunsthandel – eine Herausforderung für die Provenienzforschung?! Online / Bomann-Museum Celle1. März 2021 Am 1. März 2021 veranstaltet das Bomann-Museum Celle von 10.00 bis ca. 17.00 Uhr eine digitale Tagung, bei der…
Sotheby’s Institute of Art is seeking a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Art Business Permanent role. Full-time position, part-time will be consideredSalary: £38,000 – £55,000.
Mit der Gründung der “Koordinationsstelle für Provenienzforschung in Nordrhein-Westfalen” (KPF.NRW) entsteht in Kooperation mit den Landschaftsverbänden Rheinland und Westfalen-Lippe eine übergeordnete Beratungsinstanz, die die Forschungsaktivitäten in Nordrhein-Westfalen rund um unrechtmäßig entzogenes Kulturgut bündeln soll.
IAL is offering, in participation with the British Antiques Dealers Association (BADA), a course called ‘Law 101 for dealers in art and antiques’ to run in two parts on 19th and 21st April 2021.
Call for Chapter Proposals:Capitalising Experience: Museums and Entrepreneurship Deadline: 31 May 2021