Lecture Series ‘Art Market here and now’
Kai Kuklinski, “The art of insuring art” – “Die Kunst, Kunst zu versichern” (in German)
Mr. Kuklinski, Global CEO von AXA ART &Member of the Board, will be speaking as part of the lecture series Kunstmarkt hier und heute: Akteure und ihre Tätigkeitsfelder (Cologne, Okt 17 – Jan 18)
(further information about the talk in German below)
Universität zu Köln
Kunsthistorisches Institut, Hörsaal E
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The art market of today: Its actors and their fields of work
Concept: Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadine Oberste-Hetbleck
Institute for Art History
University of Cologne
9 October 17-18 January 18
The lectures start at 5:45 pm in auditorium E (Hörsaalgebäude). They are given in German.
The lecture series is open to all. They are free of charge and registration is not required.
As part of the multi-term spanning series Art market: Research – fields of work – interdisciplinary dialogue, the lecture series is decidedly practice-oriented in this term, after the focus lay on the subject area research in the last two winter terms. Established experts from practical areas of the art market (i.a. auctioneers, art trade/gallery, art insurance, art logistics) will provide an insight into history, work flows and duties of their everyday working life. At the same time, they will address the specific challenges in their branch.
Selected talks will be recorded and published subsequent to the lectures. For more information on the lecture series, the focus on art market studies and other projects of the junior professorship for art history and art market, please visit
…the homepage of the Department for Art History: http://khi.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/7786.html
…the scientific blog: www.amskoeln.hypotheses.org
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Nadine Oberste-Hetbleck, Jun.-Prof. für Kunstgeschichte und Kunstmarkt, University of Cologne, Department for Art History, email@example.com
Reference: ANN: Lecture series: The Art Market of Today (Cologne, 19 Oct 17-18 Jan 18). In: ArtHist.net, Oct 10, 2017. <https://arthist.net/archive/16412>.