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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TIAMSA cordially invites you to its 2021 conference whose theme is the historic and contemporary intersections of the art market and museums. The conference will consider how art market stakeholders, including art dealers, collectors and…
TIAMSA is happy to share the link for the recording of our first book discussion of Diana Seave Greenwald’s „Painting by Numbers. Data-Driven Histories of Nineteenth-Century Art“, with Kim Oosterlinck, Diana Seave Greenwald,…
From private to public. Issues and strategies in the presentation of private collections of modern and contemporary art in public institutionsTuesday, 13 April 2021Via Zoom Organized within the framework of the exhibition Giorgio Morandi….
2013 wurde infolge einer Beschlagnahme der „Schwabinger Kunstfund“ in den Blick der Weltöffentlichkeit katapultiert und damit der Kunsthändler Hildebrand Gurlitt (1895–1956), bei dessen Sohn Cornelius (1935–2014) sich die Werke befunden hatten. Eine Taskforce wurde…
The Nazi regime was obsessed with art. Hitler, Göring and others built up their own “collections” and looted works of art they were interested in from everyone and everywhere, very often from persecuted…
TIAMSA is happy to announce the release of the finalized, designed programme for our upcoming Edinburgh conference (online).
The WPI has announced the long-anticipated release of three prestigious archival collections, which provide significant information for market studies and provenance research of 19th and 20th century French art.
Zum Tag der Provenienzforschung am 14. April 2021 bietet das Deutsche Zentrum Kulturgutverluste mehrere Online-Seminare zum Einstieg in die Forschungsdatenbank Proveana (www.proveana.de) an. Anmeldeschluss: 13.04.2021
The call for the upcoming thematic issue 2021 of ›mcsj› (Mobile Cultural Studies Journal) is dedicated to following the trajectories of displaced things and persons, all by being open to the “surprise of…
The Institute of Art and Law announces the forthcoming publication of the second edition of Lyndel Prott’s Commentary on the 1995 “UNIDROIT Convention on Stolen or Illegally Exported Cultural Objects: Return and Restitution in…