CONF: Revisioning World’s Fairs (Karlsruhe, 27-28 Apr 2018)

Karlsruhe
KIT-Fakultät für Architektur
27. – 28.04.2018

‘Gesamtkunstwerk Weltausstellung’ – Revisioning World’s Fairs

Die 1851 in London erstmals ausgerichtete „Great Exhibition of all Nations“ synthetisierte nicht nur ‚die Welt‘, sondern verknüpfte als „Gesamtkunstwerk“ Kunsthandwerk und Architektur, Technik und Kunst. Seit ihren Anfängen finden sich die Weltausstellungen zwischen Industrie und Kultur, Kunst und Wissenschaft verankert. Technische Neuerungen werden dabei zur Profilierung genutzt, gilt es doch, den jeweiligen Gastgeber als fortschrittliche Industrienation in den Fokus zu rücken. Continue reading “CONF: Revisioning World’s Fairs (Karlsruhe, 27-28 Apr 2018)”

Panel Discussion: Paul Klee and the Art Market (Kochel am See, 20 Apr 2018)

Paul Klee (1879-1940) is one of the most highly regarded and productive artists of the 20th century. The Bavarian State Painting Collections and the Franz Marc Museum are each dedicating a special exhibition to Klee thereby uniting 200 important works from major European, American and Japanese collections in Munich and Kochel am See. While Munich focuses on Paul Klee’s time at the Bauhaus and the conflicts the artist is facing when Constructivism and Functionalism are gaining momentum, Kochel draws the attention to Klee’s landscapes and the imaginary journeys embedded in his pictures. To foster dialogue between the two exhibitions, the Bavarian State Painting Collections and the Franz Marc Museum have invited experts, curators and art dealers for a two-day symposium to discuss Klee’s relevance for the 20th and 21st centuries. Continue reading “Panel Discussion: Paul Klee and the Art Market (Kochel am See, 20 Apr 2018)”

ANN: The Future of the Art Market for a New Generation (London, 17 Apr-19 Jun 18)

Kingston School of Art
citizenM Tower of London
40 Trinity Square
EC3N 4DJ London
April 17 – June 19, 2018

Daata Editions & Kingston School of Art X citizenM Tower of London

Presents a series of talks on the art market

The Future of the Art Market for a New Generation

Tickets

This series of talks and discussions focuses on changes in the art market. As an open platform for debate and dissent in an ever changing context, we will explore new roles for a new generation of practitioners and creatives who question the status quo in the artworld and its relevance for their future.

Speakers include: Natasha Arselan, AucArt; Anders Petterson, Arttactic; Daniel Kelly, DKUK; Beth Greenacre, Curator and Consultant; Shira Jeczmien, Screen Shot magazine; Nimrod Vardi, arebyte, along with hosts Stephanie Dieckvoss, Senior Lecturer and Course Director MA Art Market & Appraisal, Kingston School of Art and David Gryn Director of Daata Editions.

There will be drinks and networking opportunities surrounding the series of brief conversations. Free admission.

17th April 6.30-8pm
Can there be transparency in the market?

Transparency in the art market is one of the most widely discussed topics at present. Between best practice, regulation and standards, the art world has struggled for decades to deal with the opacity of a market.

A conversation between Natasha Arselan, AucArt and Anders Petterson, Arttactic

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-talk-with-natasha-arselan-and-anders-petterson-tickets-44913682032

15th May 6.30-8pm
Is it time for a new gallery model?

While blue-chip galleries open in London in ever more elaborate settings, galleries for emerging art are closing, intensifying the need for a discussion about the validity of the brick and mortar gallery model.

A conversation between Daniel Kelly, DKUK and Beth Greenacre, Curator and Consultant.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-talk-with-daniel-kelly-beth-greenacre-tickets-45024692066?aff=erelpanelorg

19th June 6.30-8pm
Technology and the arts – where do we go?

Everyone goes digital. Phillips auctions new slogan is “Digital First”. But what does that mean? Do digital natives even consider the digital and technology as a driver for the art market? Where do they see technological innovation going?

A conversation between Shira Jeczmien, Screen Shot magazine and Nimrod Vardi, arebyte

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-talk-with-shira-jeczmien-nimrod-vardi-tickets-45025028071?aff=erelpanelorg

Organised by Stephanie Dieckvoss, Senior Lecturer and Course Director MA Art Market & Appraisal, Kingston School of Art and David Gryn, Director of Daata Editions and hosted by citizenM Tower of London.

Reference: ANN: The Future of the Art Market for a New Generation (London, 17 Apr-19 Jun 18). In: ArtHist.net, Apr 13, 2018. <https://arthist.net/archive/17841>.

CONF: 1st Symposium on Art Systemic Relations ART BEYOND ART (Porto Alegre, April 8-10, 2018)

1st Symposium on Art Systemic Relations
ART BEYOND ART
8-10 April
Goethe Institut, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Arte Além da Arte

 

For information on the TIAMSA Subcommittee Art Market and Collecting in the European Southern Countries and Brazil see below and here.

From production to access, the visual arts field has changed substantially in the last decades, specially considering the performances of agents and institutions, which together act in the creation of legitimating structures and in the definition of what art is or not. However, the logic of production, circulation, legitimation and consumption
is also associated with spheres other than those specific to the artistic context, highlighting the connections inherent in the development of the art system.

In this sense, the 1st Symposium on Art Systemic Relations ART BEYOND ART proposes to debate the transformations in the mode(s) of operation through which the production of contemporary visual arts has been going through.

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Lecture by Niko Munz: “The Lost Collection..” (Vienna, 16 April, 2018)

Lecture by Niko Munz, Royal Collection Trust
“The Lost Collection: Charles I and Whitehall Palace, a Digital Initiative”

Monday, 16 April 2018, 6:15pm  
Institute for Art History
University of Vienna
Seminar Room 1

Die große Jubiläums-Ausstellung “Charles I: King and Collector” an der Royal Academy of Arts, welche in Kooperation mit dem Royal Collection Trust stattfindet, wird von einem innovativen digitalen Projekt begleitet. Dieses widmet sich der Rekonstruktion der gesamten Sammlung des Monarchen und zeichnet digital die Wege der in den Inventaren der königlichen Sammlung verzeichneten Kunstwerke zu ihren heutigen Standorten nach. Niko Munz, Assistant Curator beim Royal Collection Trust, wird dieses digitale Ausstellungsprojekt am 16. April 2018 im Rahmen eines Vortrags am Wiener Institut für Kunstgeschichte vorstellen.

for more information see http://www.darthist.at/newsreader/vchc-darthist-at.html

Study Day: ‘Art Market & Exhibitions’ (Vienna, 18 April, 18)

‘Art Market & Exhibitions’, Vienna, 18 April 2018, 6:15pm

10th Meeting of DArtHist Austria (darthist.at) with TIAMSA Board Members Christian Huemer, Veronika Korbei and Johannes Nathan at Vienna University,
Seminar Room 3, Hof 7 (in German)

Das 10. Vernetzungstreffen von DArtHist zum Thema ‘Art Market & Exhibitions’ wird am 18.4.2018 um 18 Uhr c.t. im SR 3 im Hof 7 auf dem Universitätscampus stattfinden. Wir freuen uns auf die Vorstellung von zwei aktuellen Projekten: Johannes Nathan, Christian Huemer und Veronika Korbei werden uns einen Einblick in die Arbeit am ‘Art Market Dictionary’ ermöglichen. Im Anschluss wird Christina Bartosch das neue Projekt ‘Exhibitions of Modern Painting 1905-15’, welches am Wiener Institut für Kunstgeschichte angesiedelt ist, vorstellen. Moderiert wird das Treffen von Christian Huemer (http://www.darthist.at/newsreader/id-10-vernetzungstreffen.html). Eine Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich.

Study Day: Provenienz- und Sammlungsforschung (Munich, 25 Apr 18)

Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte
Munich
25.04.2018

Seit 2010 veranstaltet das Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte (ZI) regelmäßig Kolloquien zur Provenienz- und Sammlungsforschung. Das diesjährige zehnte Kolloquium legt den Schwerpunkt auf München und gibt Einblicke in eine Vielzahl von Projekten zur Provenienzforschung in Münchner Museen und Sammlungen und diskutiert aktuelle Arbeitsperspektiven.

Programm

12:30 Uhr
Begrüßung, Auftakt, Einführung
Wolfgang Augustyn, stellvertretender Direktor des ZI: Begrüßung
Gilbert Lupfer, ehrenamtlicher Vorstand des Deutschen Zentrums Kulturgutverluste, Magdeburg: Provenienzforschung: Positionen, Probleme, Perspektiven
Christian Fuhrmeister, ZI: Zum Konzept des Kolloquiums

13:00 Uhr
Projekte I

Johannes Gramlich, Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen: „Überweisungen aus Staatsbesitz“– Stand des Projekts, Ergebnisse und Erkenntnisse Continue reading “Study Day: Provenienz- und Sammlungsforschung (Munich, 25 Apr 18)”