With today’s art market coming under increasing pressure to self-reflect and adapt to new challenges, the Responsible Art Market Initiative (RAM) continues to foster the dialogue on responsible art market practices.
For its second edition, RAM will be launching its “Art Transaction Due Diligence Toolkit” and discussing the importance of due diligence and the place of technology in modern-day art transactions. What opportunities and threats do they present for art professionals and collectors ?
Find the Progam and Registration form here
Loughborough University, October 01, 2018
Application deadline: Feb 28, 2018
Art Markets and Museum Collections: Curating Futures
Funded full-time PhD studentship in the School of the Arts, English and Drama
Loughborough University, United Kingdom
The Museums, Markets, and Critical Heritage research group at Loughborough University welcomes proposals for a funded PhD studentship that investigates intersections between art markets, curatorial practices, and the development of museum collections. As the 2017 auction sale of Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi has shown, interest in the art market as a space of both commerce and public spectacle has reached a peak. At a time when eye-catching transactions have become a driving force within the global art world, this studentship invites consideration of the extent to which art market activity, art fairs, biennials, and private initiatives are shaping the futures of museums and their audiences. Continue reading “STIP: PhD Studentship, Art Markets and Museum Collections, Loughborough”
Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
30.11. – 01.12.2017
Bericht von Doris Kachel, Berlin, Nationalgalerie – Museum Berggruen (SMB-SPK)
Französische und deutsche ProvenienzforscherInnen, WissenschaftlerInnen und Interessierte trafen sich vom 30. November bis zum 1. Dezember 2017 in der Bonner Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, um sich gemeinsam dem Thema „Raub & Handel. Der französische Kunstmarkt unter deutscher Besatzung (1940–1944)“ zu widmen. Das Deutsche Zentrum Kulturgutverluste (DZK) kooperierte für diese Fachkonferenz mit dem Deutschen Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris und dem Forum Kunst und Markt der Technischen Universität Berlin. Continue reading “REV-CONF: Raub & Handel. Der franzoesische Kunstmarkt unter deutscher Besatzung (1940-1944)”
A celebration of the work and lives of women artists
who shaped the art world of 19th-century Paris
Laurence Madeline; With essays by Bridget Alsdorf, Jane R. Becker, Joëlle Bolloch, Vibeke Waallan Hansen, and Richard Kendall
In the second half of the 19th century, Paris attracted an international gathering of women artists, drawn to the French capital by its academies and museums, studios and salons. Featuring thirty-six artists from eleven different countries, this beautifully illustrated book explores the strength of these women’s creative achievements, through paintings by acclaimed Impressionists such as Mary Cassatt and Berthe Morisot, and extraordinary lesser-known artists such as Marie Bashkirtseff, Anna Bilinska-Bohdanowicz, Paula Modersohn-Becker, and Hanna Pauli.
Continue reading “Book out now: Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900”
Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales, Inalco, Paris
Deadline: Feb 23, 2018
International workshop organised by the French Association of Chinese Studies (AFEC)
Over the last twenty years, material culture studies have occupied a growing place in the social sciences. These studies are founded on the idea that objects—natural, technical or artistic—can be considered documents for the writing of history, or even as actors in the social sphere, where they are capable of conditioning or transforming human behaviour. Therefore, special attention has been given to the social, economic and material conditions of their production and diffusion, their history and uses, and more broadly to their “biographies” or “social lives” in order to account for their ability to take on different roles in different periods. The relationships that people build with objects that surround them, are created by them, or used and exchanged by them, have been an integral part of the issues confronting historians studying material culture since, at least, the 1960s. Continue reading “CFP: Chinese objects and their lives (Paris, 15 Jun 18)”
This Thursday, the last lecture of the series Kunstmarkt hier und heute, takes place at the University of Cologne
Christoph Andreas, Kunsthandlung J.P. Schneider jr.
Die Hans Thoma Wandbilder der Villa Gerlach in Frankfurt. Ein Restitutionsfall /
The Hans Thoma murals at Villa Gerlach in Frankfurt. A case of restitution
Thursday, 18.01.2018 | 5:45pm
Universität zu Köln
Archives of American Art – Smithsonian Institution
Now available online at the Archives of American Art – Smithsonian Institution, December 2017.
Los Angeles Museum of Art / Roger Wong Gallery records, 1966-1988
Los Angeles Museum of Art / Roger Wong Gallery (1974-1983) was and art gallery in Los Angeles, California, operated by Roger Wong. The Gallery opened in the mid-1970’s, perhaps 1974, under the name “Roger Wong Gallery”. Around 1978, the name changed to the “Los Angeles Museum of Art,” located at Beverly and Vermont. Primarily exhibiting avant-garde art, the Gallery closed in 1982-1983. Continue reading “WWW: New Art Historical Resources on the Web”