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Responsible Art Market Conference, New York
Thursday, May 23, 2019, 1:30 pm–5:30 pm, Columbia University
The Responsible Art Market (RAM) Initiative is coming to New York! Join us for the first US RAM conference organized jointly with Columbia University and PAIAM.RAM is the first of its kind, non-profit, cross market initiative formed in Geneva, Switzerland in 2015. Its mission is to raise awareness amongst art businesses of risks faced by the art industry and to provide practical guidance and a platform for the sharing of best practices to address those risks. RAM’s founding members span the entire spectrum of the art market and include art businesses, institutions and attorneys.
To date, RAM has published two sets of practical guidelines and checklists (downloadable free of charge on its website) which are increasingly used and referred to in Switzerland and Europe: the Guidelines on Combatting Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing and the Art Transaction Due Diligence Toolkit.Continue reading “ANN: Responsible Art Market Conference New York Thursday, May 23, 2019”
Presented by the Center for the History of Collecting, Frick Art Reference Library
This half-day symposium focuses on collecting site-specific, large-scale, and light-based works by artists including, among others, Walter de Maria, Nancy Holt, Robert Smithson, Michelle Stuart, and James Turrell. A panel of scholars, curators, collectors, an artist, and a conservator explores related challenges of installation, maintenance, preservation, and ultimate stewardship. Virginia Dwan, Suzaan Boettger, Jarl Mohn, Jessica Morgan, Leonard Riggio, and Michelle Stuart are among the participants. Sponsorship from the Robert H. Smith Family Foundation and Northern Trust has made this event possible.Continue reading “ANN: Collecting the Uncollectible, Center for the History of Collecting, New York, Thursday May 23rd”
The Frick is pleased to announce their forthcoming lecture “Provenance: Can You Bank On It?” presented at The Frick Collection by
The Center for the History of Collecting encourages and supports the awareness and study of the formation of fine and decorative arts collections in the United States from Colonial times to the present, as well as in Europe from the Renaissance onward, while asserting the relevance of this subject to art and cultural history.
The Center offers short-term junior fellowships (8–10 weeks) for graduate and pre-doctoral students and senior fellowships (8–10 weeks) for post-doctoral and senior scholars. In addition, the Center offers long- term (4–5 months) Leon Levy Fellowships for senior scholars. In all cases, preference is given to researchers whose projects are particularly appropriate to the resources available at the Frick Art Reference Library.
Two short-term fellowships will be granted for Winter/Spring 2019 (January–June), one to a junior scholar, and one to a senior scholar. One long-term Leon Levy Fellowships (one academic semester) will be granted for Winter/Spring 2019. Application forms for Summer/Fall 2019 fellowships must be e-mailed no later than February 11, 2019.
Send application to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit https://www.frick.org/research/center/fellowships for more information!
Frick Library New York – The Digital Art History Lab Lectures
Viewing the Gilded Age Art Market Through a Digital Lens
Anne Helmreich, Associate Director for Digital Initiatives at the Getty Research Institute
To celebrate the annual conference of the College Art Association held in New York City this year, Christie’s Education and The International Art Market Studies Association (TIAMSA) cordially invite you to a reception on Thursday, February 14th 2019, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
TIAMSA supports the understanding and study of art markets of all periods and geographic areas and encourages research by providing a platform for networking, gatherings and information exchange open to scholars, students and professionals alike.
RSVP by emailing us by 14 February 2pm (NY time) at email@example.com.
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 | 5:30 – 7:30pm|
Christie’s Education, New York
1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020