The conversation co-organized by TIAMSA and Art Basel in June was the subject of an extensive, very positive newspaper article in the Milanese daily “Il Sole 24 Ore”, written by Silvia Simoncelli (25 June 2017, no. 768, p. 20).
The article is available for TIAMSA members in the Members Only area of our website.
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Institut National d’Histoire de l’art (INHA)
Paris, 07. – 08.09.2017
Org. Alexander Alberro (Columbia University), Sophie Cras (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
Exchange is classically described by economists as a phenomenon of equalization of values within a given system. When heterogeneous orders of economic rationalities meet, material objects and practices come to embody the paradoxes of dissonant exchange. This symposium aims to explore how artifacts and artistic practices have materialized ruptures within, and encounters between, economic systems in the modern and contemporary period.
7 September 2017
2.oo pm / Introduction, Alexander Alberro (Columbia University) & Sophie Cras (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Continue reading “CONF: Objects of Exchange: Art and Economic Encounters (Paris, 7-8 Sep 17)”
TIAMSA’s The Art Fair Conference
13-15 July 2017
Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London
Here we attach the abstracts to the talks of the upcoming event.
We look forward to welcoming our speakers and participants to this exciting programme, focusing on art fairs from 16th-century panden via the creation of documenta to Art Basel now.
TIAMSA The Art Fair Conference Abstracts
(.pdf, 871 KB)
First meeting of TIAMSA’s Berlin sub-committee
Berlin, 3 July 2017, 7.00pm
Christine Howald and Anne Luther generously hosted the successful launch of TIAMSA’s Berlin sub-committee, an event attended by a dozen local TIAMSA members who engaged in a lively conversation on a range of future activities and the state of art market studies in Berlin and internationally. The next meeting will be in September (date tbc) with a trip to the private archive of Gerd Harry Lybke, gallery owner of Galerie Eigen + Art.
We are excited for new members to join the group and would love to hear from you. Herzliche Grüße! Anne and Christine
Anne Luther firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Howald email@example.com
Berlin, 3 July 2017, 7.00pm
Christine Howald and Anne Luther proudly announce the launch of TIAMSA’s Berlin sub-committee and cordially invite to the first meeting on
3 July 2017, 7.00pm
Centre for Art Market Studies
Technische Universität Berlin
Straße des 17. Juni 150/152 (corner of March-Straße)
The TIAMSA Berlin sub-committee welcomes members who are based in Berlin or nearby and who would like to contribute to a lively and scholarly discourse on art and its markets. Our first casual meet-and-greet is hosted by the Centre for Art Market Studies at the Technische Universität Berlin and is also open to those who consider joining TIAMSA.
– The sub-committee will organize visits to sites relevant for the study of the art market (galleries, archives, libraries, museums, etc.) and mobilize our members coming from both academia and the art market to meet on a regular basis. It aims to uncover relationships between historical research, contemporary art markets as well as institutions and businesses. Members will introduce their know-how and are invited to host discussion groups, talks, round tables and visits at their sites with a topic of their choice related to their field of expertise. Please let us know if you would like to attend, we are very much looking forward to seeing you.
Herzliche Grüße! Anne Luther and Christine Howald
Dr. Christine Howald is Research Associate and Teaching Fellow at Technische Universität Berlin, Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Historische Urbanistik (Research Area “Art Market and Provenance”).
Dr. Anne Luther is a researcher at Technische Universität Berlin, and arts manager and software developer with focus on the contemporary art market and data visualization in qualitative research.
Most members will be aware that we will hold our ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM) alongside TIAMSA’s first conference on Art Fairs, to be held in London from July 13th to 15th. As a TIAMSA member, you are cordially invited to attend this meeting, which will take place on
TIAMSA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Thursday 13 July 2017
Sotheby’s Institute of Art
30 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3EE
Room 31 D+E (first floor)
We look forward to welcoming you at the AGM. Please remember that, in order to attend and vote at the AGM, you have to be a TIAMSA member in good standing. If you are uncertain about your membership status, please log in at artmarketstudies.org or contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that we will provide more time for collective brainstorming on TIAMSA’s future
on our conferences last plenary session, to be held on Saturday, July 15th, 4.45pm at Sotheby’s Institute of Art
. Members who do not wish to attend the conference are welcome to attend this meeting without paying the conference fee.
With very best wishes,
Veronika Korbei, TIAMSA Coordinator
Public/ Private | New Rules: Is the Artworld a Mature Industry?
Art Basel and TIAMSA are teaming up in one of their round tables known as ‘Conversation‘:
New Rules: Is the Artworld a Mature Industry?
TIAMSA will be represented by Olav Velthuis, TIAMSA president and Johannes Nathan, TIAMSA Chair.
This talk addresses the rapidly changing business environment of art. Across the artworld, established but opaque ways of doing business are increasingly seen as a hindrance, not an advantage. Governments are eager to enact regulations, investment-minded collectors and analysts are pressing for greater transparency. Information is flowing more freely: It is no longer a question of whether data becomes available, but when, where, and on whose terms. The institutional sector is also under scrutiny, as funders demand accountability and clarity about the role of private interests. How will the artworld keep up with these developments? What can be done to modernize and professionalize the market without stifling its dynamism? What are the new rules of the art economy to follow?
Lindsay Pollock, former Editor-in-Chief, Art in America, New York; Olav Velthuis, Professor, Department of Sociology at University of Amsterdam, and President, TIAMSA, Amsterdam; Adam Sheffer, Partner, Cheim & Read, and President, Art Dealers Association of America, New York; Pierre Valentin, Partner, Constantine Cannon LLP, London; Bob Rennie, Collector, Vancouver.
Moderator: András Szántó, Author and Cultural Consultant, New York.