Chicago 13 February 2020, 12:30pm-1:30pm – ‘Selling and buying anonymity: How does the art market deal with indeterminate works of art?’, TIAMSA’s Workshop at the 108th CAA Annual Conference (Hilton Chicago, Lower Level, Salon C-1)
Chaired by Anne-Sophie Radermecker (Université libre de Bruxelles / B.A.E.F Fellow at Duke University), this one-hour TIAMSA meeting will specifically focus on the historical origins of anonymous paintings in order to discuss the implications that their particular status might have on both the study and understanding of the art markets. – PRESENTATIONS: Blandine Landau (Université Lyon 2 / Duke University / Université du Luxembourg): Branding the Name: Using a Famous Name to Sell Anonymous Pieces. The Case of Bosch; Felipe Alvarez de Toledo (Duke University: Archives): Data Mining and Indeterminate Artworks. The Art Market of Seville Database (1500-1700); Hans J. Van Miegroet (Duke Art, Art History & Visual Studies and Director DALMI): Mapping Markets 2.0 and the Future of Data-driven Art Market Research. – On the occasion of this meeting, a new international, digital and collaborative research project dedicated to emerging early modern art markets will be announced by Prof. Hans J. Van Miegroet. NO Registration for the CAA conference is required to attend this one-hour TIAMSA workshop which is open to all.
Chicago 13 February 2020, 2:00pm-3:30pm – ‘Market Data: Beyond Prices and Provenance’, TIAMSA’s Academic Session at the 108th CAA Annual Conference (Hilton Chicago, 8th Floor, ‘Lake Erie’)
Chaired by Diana Seave Greenwald (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum) and Kim Oosterlinck (Université libre de Bruxelles), this year’s session at the CAA Conference will feature the work of scholars who use these same data sources in order to answer diverse questions that reach far beyond determining prices or provenance. – PRESENTATIONS: Sandra van Ginhoven (Getty Research Institute) and Matthew Lincoln (Carnegie Mellon University): What to say when trying to sell paintings: Text models and rhetoric strategies in British and French auction sales catalogues (1750-1820); Meike Hopp (Technische Universität Berlin): The (r)emigration of Jewish art dealers and the shape of the German art market scene. Approaching a difficult topic; Lauren van Haaften-Schick (Cornell University): Subversion in the Fine Print: ‘The Artist’s Reserved Rights Transfer and Sale Agreement’ at Auction; Oya Topçuoğlu (Northwestern University): Conflict, Looting, and The Market in Mesopotamian Antiquities.
Berlin, 17 February, 6:30pm – TIAMSA Berlin Get Together
Christine Howald and Helene Bosecker cordially invite you to meet TIAMSA Berlin and to discuss plans for our upcoming activities. We will gather on February 17th at 6.30 pm at Galerie Mazzoli, Eberswalder Str. 30, D-10437 Berlin (galleriamazzoli.com). The event is open to members, potential members and their guests. RSVP: If you would like to attend, please e-mail Christine Howald at email@example.com.
Edinburgh 16-18 July 2020 – TIAMSA’s Fourth Annual Conference, ‘The Art Market and the Museum: Ethics and Aesthetics of Institutional Collecting, Display and Patronage from c.1800 to the Present’, to be held at Edinburgh University and National Galleries of Scotland
Join us in Edinburgh for what promises to be a very exciting TIAMSA 2020 conference which will consider the historic and contemporary intersections of the art market and museums. How do museums affect the art market and how do art market stakeholders, including art dealers, collectors and patrons shape museum collections and affected exhibition practices, both historically and in more recent years? Edinburgh University and the National Galleries of Scotland will provide a very stimulating setting to explore these questions and their ramifications. Click here for our conference page.