|Dónde:||Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (MACBA) / Plaza dels Angels, s/n / Barcelona, España|
|Cuándo :||21 ene de 2019 - 22 ene de 2019|
|Horario:||10 a 19 hs|
|Precio:||A partir de 180€|
Cerrada desde 17-01-2019
|Dirigido a:||Artistas, Profesionales, Organizaciones|
|Organizada por:||Talking Galleries|
Monday, 21 January 2019 10:00 - Emmanuel Perrotin. The Globe-Trotting Gallerist. In conversation with Georgina Adam 12:00 - Panel discussion: Women Artists on the Market Vanessa Carlos (Carlos/Ishikawa) Clare McAndrew (Arts Economics) Lisa Schiff (Schiff Fine Art) Moderated by Anny Shaw (The Art Newspaper) 15:00 - State of The Art Market Today – A Conversation between Simon de Pury (de Pury de Pury) and Kenny Schachter (art journalist/collector/curator). Moderated by Tim Schneider (artnet News) 16:15 - JiaJia Fei (The Jewish Museum): Social Media: The Next 4 Billion 17:00 - Tim Schneider (artnet News): Beyond Blockchain: Other Technologies Worth Every Gallery's Attention 18:00 - Guided tour of the MACBA Collection Tuesday, 22 January 2019 09:30 - Eugenio Re Rebaudengo (Artuner) Art Market Hybrids: Embracing New Business Models 10:00 - Joe Kennedy (Unit London): In the Consumer-centred World, How Do Galleries Remain Relevant? 10:30 - Panel discussion: Is the Art Fair System Unfair? Elizabeth Dee (Independent Art Fairs) Maribel López (ARCOmadrid) Moderated by Melanie Gerlis (Financial Times) 12:15 - Panel discussion: New Players on Traditional Publishing Market. JJ Charlesworth (ArtReview) Alison McDonald (Gagosian) Jane Morris (Cultureshock) Moderated by Anna Brady (The Art Newspaper) 15:00 - Süreyya Wille (Artsy): Strategies for Going Online 15:45 - Panel discussion: Africa's Growing Market. Lerato Bereng (Stevenson Gallery) Touria El Glaoui (1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair) Peter Gerdman (ArtTactic) Moderated by Bomi Odufunade (Dash & Rallo) 17:00 - Closing session Elizabeth Dee (Independent), Ani Molnár (Ani Molnár Gallery), Tim Schneider (artnet News). Led by Georgina Adam (The Art Newspaper) 18:00 - Farewell drink Talking Galleries is proud to announce the dates for its seventh Barcelona Symposium, to be hosted by the MACBA museum on January 21 and 22, 2019. The Barcelona Symposium is a two-day programme of debates, conversations and thought-provoking reflections on art gallery management. It brings together prominent art world figures to discuss current issues, share experiences and rethink models relevant to the art business sector. Providing a proper space for gallerists to exchange their views and expertise with fellow professionals remains at the forefront of Talking Galleries’ founding principles. In order to fulfill this goal, it connects leading speakers with a committed audience made up of gallerists, collectors, journalists, curators, artists, and fair directors. ---------------------------------------- Barcelona Symposium 2019—the 7th edition of the Talking Galleries flagship event—will take place on January 21 and 22, 2019. More than 25 leading art world professionals from Europe, America, and Africa will share their vision with the 200-strong audience, made up of gallerists, collectors, art journalists, curators, artists, and fair directors. Emmanuel Perrotin will open the symposium with the keynote speech on a gallerist path. From his first gallery in his own apartment to six spaces in Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, and Shanghai almost 30 years later, Perrotin has made a brilliant career and secured international success for his artists. With the aim to raise awareness on the urgent gender imbalance affecting the art market, the symposium will host a key panel to debate about “Women Artists on the Market,” featuring the participation of brilliant female professionals from the sectors of art dealing, writing and management: Vanessa Carlos (Carlos/Ishikawa), Clare McAndrew (Arts Economics), Lisa Schiff (Schiff Fine Art), and Anny Shaw (The Art Newspaper). The second day will feature top art advisor Allan Schwartzman’s (Art Agency, Partners) talk about his experience in advisory services and his take of the current art panorama. Further, JJ Charlesworth (ArtReview), Alison McDonald (Gagosian), Jane Morris (Cultureshock Media), and Anna Brady (The Art Newspaper) will engage in a discussion on the fast rise of new players on traditional publishing field and a growing competition from the well-heeled galleries and auction houses in content production. Another highlight of the day will be a panel on Africa’s booming market among Lerato Bereng (Stevenson Gallery), Touria El Glaoui (1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair), Peter Gerdman (ArtTactic), and Bomi Odufunade (Dash & Rallo). Among other prominent contributors to this year’s edition are Kenny Schachter (art journalist, collector, and curator), Simon de Pury (de Pury de Pury), JiaJia Fei (The Jewish Museum, NY), Tim Schneider (artnet News), Süreyya Wille (Artsy), Joe Kennedy (Unit London), Eugenio Re Rebaudengo (Artuner), Georgina Adam (The Art Newspaper), Melanie Gerlis (Financial Times), and Llucià Homs (Talking Galleries). You can see the full programme of the Barcelona Symposium 2019 and book your tickets on the website. About Talking Galleries Talking Galleries is an international think tank for discussion on new trends and cogent issues, specific to the gallery sector. It brings together art world veterans and industry newbies to propel the debate, spread the knowledge and re-think the existing models. Its ultimate goals are to create a formalised body of knowledge in art gallery management and establish best practices. Launched in 2011, it holds an annual symposium in Barcelona. Thanks to the increasing interest to the topic and format, Talking Galleries entered the international scene and it now organises talks and conferences in global art capitals such as Paris, Madrid, London, and New York. Among its latest international events are TG Paris 2018, TG Seoul 2018 and TG Berlin 2015.
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