TG Notebook #6
The sixth issue of the TG Notebook series collects the world-class talks and panels that made up the programme of the 6th Barcelona Symposium, which was held at the Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) from 22 to 23 January 2018.
The topics discussed during the two-day event will interest a broad readership. Surely, the knowledge and generosity of our keynote speaker and panellists are second to none. Curators, collectors, art advisors, auction houses, fair organisers and, most of all, gallerists will find along these pages rigorous, thought-provoking perspectives on the latests developments of the art market. For those who could not make it to the symposium, as well as for those attendees who would like to go over the talks again, this notebook is packed with ideas and data.
CONTRIBUTORS: Georgina Adam, Jeffrey Boloten, Vanessa Carlos, Saskia Clifford-Mobley, Elizabeth Dee, Nanne Dekking, Jean-Claude Freymond-Guth, Melanie Gerlis, Natasha Hébert, Ernst Hilger, Christy MacLear, John Martin, Clare McAndrew, David Juda, Ursula Krinzinger, Alex Logsdail, Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, Sophie Neuendorf, Claes Nordenhake, Guillermo Romero Parra, Lisa Schiff, Tim Schneider, Richard Scott, Alain Servais, Adam Sheffer, Rebecca Taylor, Daniel Templon, Carlos Urroz, Hélène Vandenberghe and Ossian Ward.
Published by TALKING GALLERIES.July 2018
English; 14,5 x 21 cm; 289 pages; 13 B/W images; Softcover
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Table of Contents
WHAT I HAVE LEARNED IN 50 YEARS IN THE ART WORLD
WHAT FUTURE FOR THE ART MARKET AT THE MID-LEVEL?
Nanne Dekking, Jean-Claude Freymond-Guth, Ursula Krinzinger, Clare McAndrew, Alain Servais, Georgina Adam
EVERYTHING AT ONCE: 500 SHOWS AND 50 YEARS OF LISSON GALLERY
THE DELICATE TRANSITION OF PASSING YOUR GALLERY ON TO FAMILY MEMBERS
David Juda, Alex Logsdail and Guillermo Romero Parra, Carlos Urroz
ARTISTS’ ESTATES. MANAGING LEGACY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Natasha Hébert, Christy MacLear, Adam Sheffer and Hélène Vandenberghe, Melanie Gerlis
VISIBLE – INVISIBLE. THE FEAGA EUROPEAN GALLERY AWARDS
GALLERISTS AND ART ADVISORS. HOW SHOULD THEY WORK TOGETHER
David Juda, Claes Nordenhake and Lisa Schiff, Jeffrey Boloten
WAYS OF COLLABORATION AMONG GALLERIES
Vanessa Carlos, Elizabeth Dee and John Martin, Lorena Muñoz-Alonso
CHANGES IN THE ONLINE ART MARKET
Saskia Clifford-Mobley and Sophie Neuendorf, Tim Schneider
ENGAGING NEW AUDIENCES
Richard Scott, Rebecca Taylor and Ossian Ward, Lorena Muñoz-Alonso