Lecture: The Arensbergs in Hollywood Discussion Series (5 December 2020, Online)

The Getty and the Philadelphia Museum of Art are partnering to host two virtual events on the occasion of the GRI's publication Hollywood Arensberg: Avant-Garde Collecting in Midcentury L.A. Details may be found here: https://www.getty.edu/visit/cal/events/ev_3242.html The Arensbergs in Hollywood Discussion Series Tuesday, December 15, 2020, from 3 pm - 4:30 pm ONLINE ONLY - Free … Continue reading Lecture: The Arensbergs in Hollywood Discussion Series (5 December 2020, Online)

Reminder for Today: Emerging Research Workshop – New Approaches to Women Collectors

EMERGING RESEARCH WORKSHOP: NEW APPROACHES TO WOMEN COLLECTORS Tuesday 1st December 2020, 19.00-20.30 GMT Please join us for a workshop showcasing new research into women collectors by postgraduates and early career scholars. We aim to create an engaging and friendly environment to share ideas and methods related to this burgeoning field. Lizzie Rogers, Collecting, Curiosity & Conversation: Elite Women as … Continue reading Reminder for Today: Emerging Research Workshop – New Approaches to Women Collectors

Reminder: Emerging Research Workshop – New Approaches to Women Collectors

EMERGING RESEARCH WORKSHOP: NEW APPROACHES TO WOMEN COLLECTORS Tuesday 1st December 2020, 19.00-20.30 GMT Please join us for a workshop showcasing new research into women collectors by postgraduates and early career scholars. We aim to create an engaging and friendly environment to share ideas and methods related to this burgeoning field. Lizzie Rogers, Collecting, Curiosity … Continue reading Reminder: Emerging Research Workshop – New Approaches to Women Collectors

Review: Florence, Berlin and Beyond: Late Nineteenth-Century Art Markets and their Social Networks

Florence, Berlin and Beyond: Late Nineteenth-Century Art Markets and their Social Networks (Series: Studies in the History of Collecting & Art Markets, Volume 9) Lynn Catterson, 2020, Brill. Review by Tom Stammers Networks are now a ubiquitous, if rarely theorised, concept in the history of collecting. Networks typically demonstrate how diverse actors, often operating across considerable … Continue reading Review: Florence, Berlin and Beyond: Late Nineteenth-Century Art Markets and their Social Networks