Talking Galleries is proud to announce its 7th Barcelona Symposium to take place on January 21-22, 2019, at the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA).
The Barcelona Symposium is a two-day conference, a unique place for the prominent art world figures to debate and reflect on various aspects of art gallery management. Adam Sheffer, former President of ADAA and Vice president of Pace Gallery, described it as ‘a sort of the Davos of the art
The 7th edition programme will address some of the most relevant issues, such as women artists on the art market, strategies for going online, Africa’s growing art market, new players on traditional publishing market and creative use of Social Media, among other topics. We are working to finalise the full programme and will announce it shortly on our website. Among this year’s participating speakers, we are proud to count with Emmanuel Perrotin (Perrotin), Vanessa Carlos (Carlos/Ishikawa), Elizabeth Dee (Independent), Touria El Glaoui (1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair), JiaJia Fei (The Jewish Museum), Clare McAndrew (Arts Economics), Alison McDonald (Gagosian), Jane Morris (Cultureshock Media), Simon de Pury (de Pury), Kenny Schachter (
The registration for the Symposium is open! For the members of
About Talking Galleries
Talking Galleries is an international think tank for discussion on new trends and cogent issues, specific to the gallery sector. It brings together art world veterans and industry newbies to propel the debate, spread the knowledge and re-think the existing models. Its ultimate goals are to create a formalised body of knowledge in art gallery management and establish best practices.
Launched in 2011, it holds an annual symposium in Barcelona. Thanks to the increasing interest to the topic and format, Talking Galleries entered
It runs a publishing programme and keeps a library of relevant resources on its website. Talking Galleries stands for