Christie’s Education invites TIAMSA members
Pioneers of the Global Art Market
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The 2017 symposium has been convened and will be moderated by Christel Hollevoet-Force, PhD, Associate Research Curator in Modern and Contemporary Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This two-day event will be organized and hosted by Veronique Chagnon-Burke, PhD, Academic Director at Christie’s Education New York. It will comprise 11 talks, including opportunities for Q&As and open discussions. Sessions will look at seminal dealers such as Durand-Ruel and Kahnweiler, artists like Cézanne and Picasso, and names still active in the art market, such as Gimpel and Lefevre.
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Johannes Nathan (Nathan Fine Art / TU Berlin) : « The Art Market Dictionary – Reflections on the Mapping of a Complex Field »
The Art Market Dictionary (AMD) is the first encompassing reference work on the art market and its historical development. It will provide key information on central agents such as auction houses, commercial galleries, art dealers, and advisers. Each entry will give brief business histories or biographies followed by notes on areas of specialization, artists represented, principal exhibitions and publications as well as significant transactions. The AMD will also list resources with additional information including archives, museums, libraries, databases, and scholarly literature. Where available, it will include relevant illustrations. The project’s first phase covers Europe and North America in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Developed in collaboration with a highly qualified international team of Section Editors, the AMD will feature contributions from specialists worldwide. De Gruyter, the AMD’s publisher, is a Berlin-based academic publisher. Among the databases published by de Gruyter is the Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon (AKL) the world’s most encompassing database on artists.
Free and public lecture
GREMA – Group de recherche sur le marche d’art – lectures and program
Time: 5 – 7pm
Centre Malher de l’Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
(M° Saint-Paul, 9 rue Malher, salle 106)
A Worldwide Market for Old Masters between the Napoleonic Era and the Great Depression
Edited by Susanna Avery-Quash and Barbara Pezzini
Call for Book Chapters; Deadline: Feb 1, 2017
We are soliciting chapter abstracts for an edited collection with the provisional title of: A Worldwide Market for Old Masters between the Napoleonic Era and the Great Depression. The volume will be an edited collection of around 15 essays, each of 6-7,000 words plus footnotes with up to 5 illustrations. It is envisaged that the collection will be part of the Oxford University Press series on the History of Collecting, edited by Christina Anderson and Peter Stewart.
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