Active internationally, TIAMSA is an interdisciplinary association of professionals, academics and students focusing on the study of the art market.

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Our free newsletter keeps you updated on TIAMSA news (out on Thursdays), general announcements on events, calls and job postings (out on Fridays) and blog posts (out on Saturdays).

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TIAMSA Conferences

We have held international conferences in London, Vienna, Lisbon and Edinburgh (online). 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...

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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.

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TIAMSA Membership

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.

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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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ANN: Infrastructures and Interfaces of linked data for Research in the Dutch Golden Age, Lecture by Charles van den Heuvel (Belvedere 21 Vienna / DArtHist Austria, 28 June 2022, 18:00 CEST; in English)

Die Entwicklung digitaler Forschungsinfrastrukturen wie die Digitalisierung des Kulturerbes selbst erfordern enorme Investitionen, die nur durch die gezielte (Nach-)Nutzung der Daten sowie den Nachweis ihrer gesellschaftlichen Relevanz legitimiert werden können. Wie können diese Kulturerbedaten…

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JOB: Digitization, Transcription and Analysis for Provenance Research of Hauswedell & Nolte Catalogues, 1940-1992 (ZADIK, Univ. of Cologne)

Das vom Deutschen Zentrum Kulturgutverluste geförderte Projekt wird verlängert: Digitalisierung, Transkription und Erschließung der für die Provenienzforschung (auch zu Kulturgut aus kolonialen Kontexten) relevanten Daten aus den Katalogen, Einliefererbüchern, Protokollen und sonstigen Dokumenten zu den…

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