The last panel on the second day of the 2018 TIAMSA conference addressed a very promising topic: “Elites and the people” in relation to the contemporary art market. Even though Friday’s schedule was tight and demanding, the audience still seemed passionate to follow a very interesting discussion.Continue reading “Student Blog: TIAMSA Conference 2018 – Section 3: “Elites and the People” by Theresa Auer”
The Blickle Kino at the Museum Belvedere 21, located in immediate proximity to the prestigious Schloss Belvedere, hosted the second of the three-day
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
New York City, 15 February 2019, 12:30-1:30pm – Share and Connect: Databases for Art Market Studies; TIAMSA session at the College Art Association (CAA) Conference (Chaired by Clarissa Ricci, Iuav University of Venice and Sandra van Ginhoven, Getty Research Institute); Location: New York Hilton Midtown, 2nd floor, ‘Nassau East’
Databases and digital techniques frequently challenge current approaches to research, not least through the introduction of a new vocabulary. While this opens some exciting perspectives, the use of such tools requires careful consideration and modelling of key concepts and relationships. This ‘Share and Connect’ meeting is open both to TIAMSA scholars and other colleagues interested in the use of databases and digital techniques for art market studies who wish to share their different methodological approaches, questions and insights. The aim of the meeting is to form an international group around the use of databases in art market studies in order to expand our field of inquiry. The discussion will be based on the input from the following brief presentations:
Fiene Leunissen, Research Scholar, Duke Art, Law & Markets Initiative, Duke University: Teaching Art Markets: Data Limitations & Alternative Metrics in the South Korean Auction Market
Nadine Oberste-Hetbleck, Junior Professor for Art History and Art Market, University of Cologne: ART | GALLERY GIS | COLOGNE – A Digital Mapping Project on the ART COLOGNE (1967– 1997)
Jeffrey Taylor, MGES Program Grosland Director, Western Colorado University: Measuring the US Art Market Using Labor and Tax Data
The session is open to all visitors of the CAA conference. Please note that you will not have to purchase access to the 2019 CAA Conference in order to attend!
New York City, 13 February 2019, 8:30-10:00am – The Studio as Market (Chaired by Julie Codell, Arizona State University) – TIAMSA-Session at the CAA (College Art Association) Conference; Location: New York Hilton Midtown, 3rd floor, Grand Ballroom West
Artists’ studios have been the site of workshops, collaboration, promotion, mystery, and myth, at times considered a hallowed space, at other times a disreputable one. They have also been the places of social, political, and economic transactions that shape aesthetic values. In the studio artists self-fashioned their social status and promoted their works. They invited critics, dealers, and patrons into their studios, turning the latter into sites that combined a presumed mysterious creative energy with economic exchange while purposely misapprehending economic considerations. This session will explore how artists – facing dwindling church and aristocratic patronage from the eighteenth century on – strategically entered the “free” market by using their studios to promote and sell works in conjunction with creating marketable public identities to engage buyers and generate symbolic capital for their name and their work.
Julie Codell, Arizona State UniversityThe Studio as Market. Victorian Artists’ Studios as Public Spaces
Andrew Stephenson, Independent ScholarFrancis Bacon’ s London Studios – Before and After 1930
Sasha Davis, The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation Designed to Impress: Chaim Gross and the Studio at 526 LaGuardia Place
Di Wang, University of Oxford Lunch at the Artist’ s Studio
Abstracts can be found at https://www.artmarketstudies.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/TIAMSA-panel-for-CAA-2019-NYC.pdf
Please note that you will have to purchase access to the 2019 CAA Conference in order to attend.
Florence, Italy, September 1 – 06, 2019
Deadline: Jan 15, 2019
CIHA FLORENCE 2019 – MOTION: TRANSFORMATION
GENERAL AND PRATICAL INFORMATIONS
The CIHA Italia Committee invites proposals for 8 of the 9 Sessions of the 35° CIHA
World Congress Motion: Transformation
Provide a title, an abstract of 350 – 450 words in length, a short biographical note of
no more than 100 words, a CV, your institutional affiliation (if any), reference
letters from supervisors, a list of publications, etc. Please submit your
proposal uploading all documents as one PDF file at the following link: http://www.ciha-italia.it/
Please make sure the title is concise and reflects the contents of the paper, because the
title is what appears online, on social media and in the printed
Please name your submission file and clearly describe in your abstract the case and
the themes you intend to engage with. Your proposal is meant to be pertinent in
the topics of the Session you would like to participate in.
Young scholars, graduate students, PhD students and candidates have the opportunity to attend the Congress presenting a Paper or a Poster, qualifying for grants provided by the Getty Foundation – Los Angeles.
Applicants coming from low GDP countries worldwide are especially welcome.
If you are presenting a proposal for a
Paper, please remember that it is meant to be pertinent in the topics of
the Session you would like to participate in. If you apply for a Poster presentation
instead, it is not necessary to indicate a specific Session.
Applicants for the Getty Grants should not upload their proposals using the platform.
They are instead kindly asked to submit their proposals and documents sending an e-mail at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org and pointing out they are applying for the Getty
To the grant holders will be given more information once they will receive an
acknowledgement of receipt.
The awarded Papers and Posters will be published on the CIHA Italia Firenze 2019
website as content proceedings of the Congress.
Deadline for submissions: January 15th, 2019
Notification of acceptance: February 28th, 2019
Draft paper submission: in the two months prior to the conference the conveners
will be in contact with the Congress organizers and the Chairs to discuss draft
versions of their papers/posters.
the Papers, the Congress organizers are aiming at 20 minutes
presentations + 10 minutes for debating.
Language differences will be accommodated as follows: everyone will be allowed
to speak in their own language, but an English version of their own
contribution is meant to be provided to the Congress organizers and will be
projected on a screen during each talk. Debates will be moderated in English.
CIHA plans to refund Speakers with a grant of about 500 € that will be handed
at their arrival in Florence.
-The registration fee for Speakers is of 150 €.
It includes congress kit, participation in all the sessions, Opening
cocktail and keynote speeches. More information on terms of payment will be
-The registration fee for young scholars, PhD students and graduated students is of
-Travel and accommodation: travel organization will be up to each Speaker, as well as
the accommodation option (the CIHA Italia Committee Secretariat will provide
soon a list of suggestions). It is expected
that candidates are able to seek funding in their own country to cover travel
and accommodation expenses.
For any further information please contact us using the following email address: email@example.com
ART FOR THE PEOPLE?
QUESTIONING THE DEMOCRATIZATION OF THE ART MARKET
2018 Conference of TIAMSA
The International Art Market Studies Association – artmarketstudies.org
Vienna, Thursday 27 Sept – Saturday 29 Sept 2018
Belvedere Research Center, Vienna (belvedere.at)
Vienna University, Department of Art History (kunstgeschichte.univie.ac.at)
Vienna Contemporary, Austria’s International Art Fair (viennacontemporary.at)
Please note that you have to register for this conference: a link for the general registration is at the bottom of this page, links for special events (to be booked separately) are embedded in the programme. TIAMSA members go free!
THURSDAY 27 SEPTEMBER 2018
15:00-17:00 – Tour of viennacontemporary
Austria’s International Art Fair (conference participants receive a complimentary pass)
Meeting Point: viennacontemporary, Marx Halle, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19, 1030 Vienna
15:00-17:00 – Dealer Archives and Provenance Research at the Belvedere
An Insiders’ Tour with Christian Huemer and Monika Mayer (Belvedere Research Center)
Meeting Point: Belvedere Research Center, Rennweg 4, 1030 Vienna
17:30-19:00 – The Art Market and the Internet
Venue: viennacontemporary, Marx Halle, Karl-Farkas-Gasse 19, 1030 Vienna [access included in your conference ticket]
On the Podium:
Marek Claaßen (Founder and CEO, ArtFacts.Net)
Kristina Kulakova (Head of Digital and PR, viennacontemporary)
Sophie Neuendorf (Vice President – Strategic Partnerships, artnet Worldwide Corp.)
Olav Velthuis (Professor of Sociology, University of Amsterdam)
Moderator: Johannes Nathan (Chair of TIAMSA / Co-founder of the Centre for Art Market Studies, TU Berlin)
19:15 at the nearby ‘Paul and the Monkeys’, Maria-Jacobi-Gasse 1, 1030 Wien
FRIDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2018
Belvedere 21, Blickle Kino, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Wien
09:00 – Doors Open, Registration, Coffee
09.30 – WELCOME: Johannes Nathan (TIAMSA / TU Berlin) / Stella Rollig (General Director, Belvedere)
SECTION 1 – Transformations
Chair: Christian Huemer (Belvedere Research Center)
09:40 – Filip Vermeylen (Erasmus University Rotterdam): A Mass Market for Art? Collecting Paintings in the Low Countries during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
10:05 – Lukas Fuchsgruber (Technische Universität Berlin): The Auction House as an Urban Space in 19th Century Paris
10:30 – Long Coffee Break (30 mins.)
11:00 – Clarissa Ricci (Università Iuav Venezia): The Production of Art in the Age of Political Practice. Venice Biennale 1970
11:25 – Ronit Milano (Ben Gurion University of the Negev): Moralizing the Art Market. A Socio-Economic Perspective on Online-Auctions
11:50 – Concluding Discussion
12:05 – Lunch Break; you will also have the opportunity to visit the exhibitions at Belvedere21
SECTION 2 – Circulation of Information and Expertise
Chair: Sebastian Schütze (University of Vienna)
14:00 – Leanne Zalewski (Central Connecticut State University): The “Dealer-Expert” in Late Nineteenth-Century New York
14:25 – Michaela Jenisova (Charles University Prague): Wilhelm von Bode and Rudolf Kann. The Importance of the Advisor-Collector Relationship in the Late 19th-Century Art Market
14:50 – Short Coffee Break (15 mins.)
15:05 – Anne-Sophie Radermecker (Université libre de Bruxelles): Selling ‚Knowledge‘? The Market Reception of New Connoisseurship
15:30 – Jack Roberts (Independent, UK): Is the Age of the Dealer Drawing to a Close or Is It More Important than Ever?
15:55 – Concluding Discussion
16:10 – Long Coffee Break (30 mins.)
SECTION 3 – Elites and the People
Chair: Veronika Korbei (TIAMSA)
16:40 – Santiago González Villajos (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid): Street Art and Market Practices in the Mural Art Series: From a People’s Art to Intermurals and Beyond
17:05 – Dorothee Wimmer (Technische Universität Berlin): Has the Art Market’s Democratization Caused a Boom in Private Museums?
17:30 – Stoyan Sgourev (ESSEC Paris): The Bifurcation of the Art Market. Precedents and Consequences
17:55 – Concluding Discussion
18:10 – Evening Break (35 mins.)
18:45 – Payal Arora (Erasmus University Rotterdam): Automating Culture. How Digital Platforms are Shaping the Art World
SATURDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 2018
09:00 – Doors open, Coffee
09:30 – WELCOME: Felicitas Thurn (Dorotheum) / Sebastian Schütze (University of Vienna)
SECTION 4 – Centers and So-Called Peripheries
Chair: Felicitas Thurn (Dorotheum)
09:40 – Luís Urbano Afonso (Universidade de Lisboa): Collecting, Displaying and Using African Ivories in 16th Century Western Europe
10:05 – Stephanie Dieckvoss (Kingston University London): The Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden in Marrakech: How to Democratize the art World as a Private Collector in Emerging Markets
10:30 – Long Coffee Break (30 mins.)
11:00 – Malvika Maheswari (Ashoka University): ‚Everybody Loves a Good Attack?‘ Violence by the ‚People‘ as a Variable in Art Markets and Lessons from India Today
11:25 – Olav Velthuis (University of Amsterdam): Drawing National Boundaries. How Contemporary Artists from Emerging Regions Get Integrated into Global Art Markets
11:50 – Concluding Discussion
12:05 – Lunch Break
13:00 – TIAMSA Groups
Chairs: Filip Vermeylen (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Veronika Korbei (TIAMSA), Johannes Nathan (TIAMSA)
SECTION 5: Launching TIAMSA Legal
Chairs: Philipp Nuernberger (Attorney at Law, NY / London) and Alicja Jagielska-Burduk (University of Opole)
13:45 – Philipp Nuernberger and Alicja Jagielska-Burduk: Welcome and Introduction to TIAMSA Legal, ‘Art Market – Legal challenges and pitfalls’
14:00 – Justine Ferland (Art-Law Centre, Université de Genève): Art market due diligence and the Responsible Art Market (RAM) Initiative
14:10 – Thomas Steinruck (Fine Art Insurance, Zurich): Self-Regulatory Frameworks: The Art Basel Art Market Principles and Best Practices
14:20 – Dr. Saskia Hufnagel: Preventing, investigating and prosecuting money-laundering in the art market
14:30 – Fernando Loureiro Bastos (Universidade de Lisboa) and Prof. Marcílio Franca (Federal University of Paraíba): Legal implications of street art as a “democratized” / “open” form of art
14:40 – Discussion
15:10 – Short Coffee Break (20 mins.)
15:30 – ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of TIAMSA, The International Art Market Studies Association
16:15 – TIAMSA LOOKING AHEAD: An open discussion with our members on the future of our association (all welcome)
17:00 – Conference ends
Christian Huemer (Belvedere Research Center)
Veronika Korbei (TIAMSA)
Johannes Nathan (TIAMSA / TU Berlin)
Sebastian Schütze (University of Vienna)
Felicitas Thurn (Dorotheum)
Olav Velthuis (University of Amsterdam)
Filip Vermeylen (Erasmus University, Rotterdam)
THIS CONFERENCE IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY
Belvedere, Vienna (belvedere.at)
Dorotheum, Vienna (dorotheum.com)
Vienna Contemporary, Austria’s International Art Fair (viennacontemporary.at)
Swiss Art Trading Association (khvs.ch)