TG Notebook #5
The fifth issue of the TG Notebook series collects the world-class talks and panels that made up the programme of the 5th Barcelona Symposium, which was held at the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) from 16 to 17 January 2017.
As readers will see, some of the most relevant matters in today’s art gallery management were discussed by leading figures in the field. Whether they comment on the evolution of art fairs, the role of digital strategies, the effect of globalisation on galleries or the transformation of curatorial practices, their insights are extremely enriching for those of us who work in the art gallery sector.
CONTRIBUTORS: Georgina Adam, Martin Aguilera, Sabrina Amrani, Elba Benítez, Jeffrey Boloten, François Chantala, Susan Dunne, Jean Frémon, Melanie Gerlis, Carles Guerra, Martin Klosterfelde, Moritz Küng, Simona Malvezzi, Antoon Ott, Simon de Pury, Adriaan Raemdonck, Anthony Reynolds, Jesse Ringham, Thaddaeus Ropac, Lisa Schiff, Adam Sheffer, Victoria Siddall, and Jocelyn Wolff.
Published by TALKING GALLERIES. May 2017
English; 14,5 x 21 cm; 213 pages; 12 B/W images; Softcover
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Table of Contents
THE GLOBAL GALLERY
THE EVOLVING FAIR SITUATION
Elba Benítez, Jean Frémon, Victoria Siddall, Georgina Adam
LEGAL MATTERS FOR EUROPEAN GALLERIES. AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS AND KNOWLEDGE
Antoon Ott, Adriaan Raemdonck
CURATED GALLERY PROGRAMMES
Carles Guerra, Anthony Reynolds, Jocelyn Wolff, Sabrina Amrani
THE STRENGTHS AND BENEFITS OF THE MID-SIZED GALLERY
Martin Aguilera, Lisa Schiff, Adam Sheffer, Melanie Gerlis
NEW MODELS IN COLLABORATION: THE GALLERY AND AUCTION HOUSE RELATIONSHIP
François Chantala, Susan Dunne, Martin Klosterfelde, Simon de Pury, Jeffrey Boloten
ARCHITECTURE FOR ART. GALLERY SPACES. A SUMMARY
SOCIAL MEDIA. ANALYSING YOUR INVESTMENT