International research workshop “Fakes in the art market” (online, June 21, 9h-18h CEST promoted by Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna)

Part of the ISA Topic 2020 – “Il falso” Project: “Art of fake, fake in art and in the art market” https://artmarketfakesworkshop.wordpress.com/ Fakes and forgeries are items that characterized the art sector since the birth of the art market. Artwork copies, fakes and forgeries (almost) freely circulate in the art market and affect the way … Continue reading International research workshop “Fakes in the art market” (online, June 21, 9h-18h CEST promoted by Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna)

Reminder: Financial Structures and Practices on the Art Market (11-12 June 2021)

International workshop series RESEARCHING ART MARKET PRACTICES FROM PAST TO PRESENT AND TOOLS FOR THE FUTURE Financial Structures and Practices on the Art Market Université Sorbonne Nouvelle & IESA Arts&Culture, Paris, 11-12 June 2021 The conference will be held online for all attendees This workshop is the sixth in the International Workshops Series “Tools for … Continue reading Reminder: Financial Structures and Practices on the Art Market (11-12 June 2021)

Itinerari del Mercato Artistico. Collezionisti, antiquari e intermediari da Napoleone all’Unità (Online, June 7-8, 2021, Università degli Studi di Trento 12pm CEST)

Please see the Flyer here. The two days of conference will focus on collecting and the art market in the period between the Napoleonic requisitions and the unification of Italy, with particular attention to the dispersion of works outside the Italian borders and to collectors or merchants involved in their export. The conference, organized by … Continue reading Itinerari del Mercato Artistico. Collezionisti, antiquari e intermediari da Napoleone all’Unità (Online, June 7-8, 2021, Università degli Studi di Trento 12pm CEST)

 Collecting and Display: ‘The Galerie Paul Rosenberg: Transnational Networks and the Market for French Contemporary Art, 1918–1945 (17 May 2021, 6pm)

MaryKate Cleary will speak on  ‘The Galerie Paul Rosenberg: Transnational Networks and the Market for French Contemporary Art, 1918–1945’ Monday, 17th May at 6 p.m. By the start of World War I, art dealer, collector and publisher Paul Rosenberg (1881–1959) had developed a successful business and legendary stock of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century French … Continue reading  Collecting and Display: ‘The Galerie Paul Rosenberg: Transnational Networks and the Market for French Contemporary Art, 1918–1945 (17 May 2021, 6pm)

Round Table Discussion: Collecting Strategies in Europe and the United States 1550-1950 (8 June, 2021)

The Society for the History of Collecting Invites you to a Round Table Discussion Online Art Markets, Agents and Collectors: Collecting Strategies in Europe and the United States 1550-1950 8 June 2021 at 6.30pm BST Bringing together economists and art historians, this round table will focus on the multiple and changing roles of the agent, … Continue reading Round Table Discussion: Collecting Strategies in Europe and the United States 1550-1950 (8 June, 2021)