Founded in 1969, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York is the premier graduate school of the study of art and its markets. The MA in Contemporary Art (“MACA”) program is focused on the art history, art objects, and art practices of global contemporary art. At the same time, it remains a highly vocational course, with a focus on understanding contemporary artists, contemporary art markets, contemporary art curating, and contemporary art writing, and contemporary art professional practices. Students from MACA progress to employment into a broad variety of jobs in the art world, both public and private sector, including galleries, art fairs, museums, foundations, public relations and marketing.Continue reading “JOB: Faculty in Contemporary Art, Sotheby’s, New York”
TIAMSA organized a number of memorable events at the past CAA conference (12-15 February 2019 in New York), notably a fascinating session on „The Studio as Market Place” chaired by Julie Codell, a very productive workshop on data modelling in art market studies chaired by Sandra van Ginhoven and Clarissa Ricci, and a wonderful reception very kindly hosted by Christie’s Education! (See our ‘Past Events’ Page for more information: https://www.artmarketstudies.org/events-calendar/past-events/ )
The CAA 2020 conference will be held in Chicago (12-15 Feb 2020, Hilton Chicago) and we are already planning our attendance there. As a CAA affiliated society, TIAMSA is entitled to one full academic session (1.5 hours) and one „business meeting“ (1 hour). Following this year’s successful formula, we intend to use the latter as a workshop for the discussion of a specific topic proposed by a TIAMSA member.
If you would like to propose a subject
– for the 1.5 hour academic session
– for the 1 hour workshop
please send us a title, a very brief CV and a short abstract (3-4 sentences) outlining your idea by 31 March 2019 to email@example.com. The TIAMSA Board will then select the most promising proposal, bearing in mind not only academic excellence but also a proposal’s potential interest to our members and visitors of the conference.
Applicants will be informed about the board’s decision in April.
Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide travel grants; however, you may apply for travel grants through the CAA.
We would be very happy to hear from members interested in chairing a session!
With best wishes,
Veronika, Johannes and Nirmalie
More information about the Annual Conference and the recent rebranding of CAA can be found here: http://www.collegeart.org/programs/conference/proposals
PRIORITY DEADLINE: March 15, 2019.
Applications will be reviewed in late March.
Founded in 1969, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York is the premier graduate school of the study of art and its markets. The MA in Art Business (“MAAB”) program has pioneered the development of the study of art business and the international art market as an academic discipline. At the same time, it remains a highly vocational course, with a focus on understanding business networks and professional practices. Students from MAAB progress to employment into a broad variety of jobs in art businesses, both public and private sector, across the world.Continue reading “JOB: Faculty in Art Business, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York”
UNIVERSITY OF ZURICH’S ART MARKET STUDIES PROGRAM cordially invite you to join a discussion on
“The Art Market and New Tech: Smokescreens and Real Opportunities”
Thursday, 7th March 2019 at 17:00
Schwarzescafé, Löwenbräu Areal Zurich
SCHEDULE:Continue reading “ANN: “The Art Market and New Tech: Smokescreens and Real Opportunities” Thursday, 7th March 2019 at 17:00, Zurich”
Deadline: 1 March 2019
The concept of luxury is associated with ideas of excess (luxus) or even worse immodesty (luxure). An infamous example involving Cleopatra dissolving a priceless pearl and swallowing it encapsulates some common associations between luxury and immorality, or luxury as intrinsically linked to the idea of waste.Continue reading “CFP: Recycling Luxury Conference, Friday 5th July 2019, Christie’s, London”
In the Shadow of the Habsburg Empire? Art and Culture in Interwar Central Europe
Deadline: May 1, 2019
The First World War is often held to have brought about not merely political and social disruption, but also a profound caesura in artistic and cultural life. Nowhere was this more evident than in Austria-Hungary, where Vienna and Budapest lost their pre-eminent status as cultural capitals, and the creation of new states transformed the political and artistic status of cities such as Prague, Brno, Salzburg and Košice. The disruption to artistic life was dramatically symbolised in the deaths in 1918 of some of the leading figures of pre-war modernism: Otto Wagner, Gustav Klimt, Bohumil Kubišta and Egon Schiele.
Post-war nostalgia for the Habsburg Empire amongst writers such as Joseph Roth, Stefan Zweig and Miklós Bánffy is well known and, as Marjorie Perloff has suggested, the collapse of Austria-Hungary left its imprint on what might be termed a specific ‘austro-modernism.’ But what was the impact of the events of 1918 on the visual arts? How did artists, designers and architects negotiate the changed terrain of the post-war social and political world? To what extent did the memory of the Habsburg Empire continue to shape artistic life? To what extent did artists and architects actively seek to consign it to oblivion?
As part of the ERC-funded project “Continuity / Rupture? Art and Architecture in Central Europe 1918-1939” (https://craace.com) this conference examines the ways in which the visual arts shaped and were shaped by new aesthetic, political and ideological currents, with particular reference to Austria, Hungary and Czechoslovakia.
Proposals (300 words) are invited for 30-minute papers that examine topics such as:
1. Cultural memory of the Habsburg Empire
2. Formation and reformation of the avant-gardes
3. Exile and migration
4. The destruction, creation and renewal of artistic networks
5. The art market, galleries, museums and other institutions of the art world
6. Artistic, architectural and broader cultural policies of the new states
Confirmed keynote speakers are: Pieter Judson (EUI, Florence); Eve Blau (Harvard University); Milena Bartlová (Academy of Art and Design, Prague) and Enikő Róka (Kiscelli Museum, Budapest).
The deadline for submission of proposals is Wednesday 1 May 2019. Submissions should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The thematic school is organised by the LARHRA and the Université Lumière Lyon 2 in collaboration with the Université Libre de Bruxelles and Erasmus University, Rotterdam.
It aims to provide the research community interested in the study of art markets with an interdisciplinary theoretical approach and methodological tools in line with the most up-to-date analytical methods in order to bring out new research perspectives.
About fifteen international specialists in art history, economics, law, sociology, finance, digital humanities from all over Europe and the United States will animate it in a spirit of exchange and sharing of knowledge.Continue reading “APPLY NOW: “Art Markets an integrated perspective” 24th-28th June 2019, Lyon”