Marc Hajjar, Jennifer Houdrouge, Courtney Knights, Seol Park, and Christine Kuan
Discover the backgrounds, career trajectories, and trade secrets of working the art market today from young entrepreneurs, creative talents, and rising stars in the art industry. Panelists include Marc Hajjar, Business Manager at Phillips, Jennifer Houdrouge, Director of The Chimney, Courtney Knights, Associate Director, Institutional Giving at Public Art Fund, and Seol Park, Principal at Spark Arts Management, in conversation with Christine Kuan, Director/CEO, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York.
Judith Prowda, Jonathon Cohen, Marie Cecile Flageul, Angelo Madrigale, Renee Vara, and Steven R. Wagner
For over a decade, aerosol artists, led by curator Jonathan Cohen (Meres One), painted the façade of a derelict factory complex in Long Island City, transforming it into the world famous 5Pointz, aka the Institute of Higher Burnin’ or 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center, Inc. On November 19, 2013 the owner of the building, Jerry Wolkoff, whitewashed the building complex without warning. A year and a half later, the building was demolished, to be replaced with a luxury condominium. Following a three-week trial in late 2017, a Federal District Court last February awarded $6.75 million to 21 of the artists under a rarely litigated statute, the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA), which protects artists’ moral rights in their work. The case is now on appeal before the Second Circuit. Stake holders on both sides are trying to make sense of the significance of this momentous decision, which ruled that 45 of the works were of “recognized stature” under VARA. Join us for a discussion with insiders and experts on this ground-breaking case, including Jonathan Cohen aka Meres One, Founder of 5Pointz and 5Pointz Creates, Marie Cecile Flageul, Co-Founder of 5Pointz Creates and Curator of the Museum of Street Art (MoSA), Angelo Madrigale, Director of Contemporary Art at Doyle, Renee Vara, Founder & CEO of VARA ART, and Steven R. Wagner, Esq., Partner at Wagner Berkow LLP. The discussion will be hosted by Judith Prowda, Esq., MA in Art Business Faculty, Sotheby’s Institute of Art- New York.
Ann-Marie Richard, Alan Fausel, Elin Lake-Ewald, and Michele S. Kay
How do damaged and restored artworks fetch millions of dollars at auction? How do experts determine value when an artwork has been extensively restored? These and other questions are addressed by painting specialist Alan Fausel, fine art appraiser Elin Lake-Ewald and painting conservator Michele S. Kay in this expert panel discussion.
Marina Cashdan, Leila Heller, Ambre Kelly, Alia Williams, and Christine Kuan
Our 3rd annual "Women Leaders in the Art Market" panel brings together contemporary art market influencers, Marina Cashdan of Artsy, Leila Heller of Leila Heller Gallery, Ambre Kelly of SPRING/Break Art Show, and Alia Williams of Jeffrey Deitch. The conversation focuses on women leaders in the art market today, the global impact of women in the international art scene, and what success means for women now and in the future. The discussion is hosted by Christine Kuan, Director/CEO, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-NY, formerly Chief Curator and Director of Strategic Partnerships at Artsy.
Elizabeth Dee, Christy MacLear, Helen Toomer, Stas Johnson-Chyzhykov, and Christine Kuan
Our second Women Leaders in the Art Market panel brought together contemporary art market influencers, Elizabeth Dee of the Elizabeth Dee Gallery and Independent Art Fair, Christy MacLear of Art Agency, Partners, Helen Toomer of STONELEAF RETREAT, and Stas Johnson-Chyzhykov of Artsy. Moderated by Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York, Director and CEO, Christine Kuan, formerly Chief Curator and Director of Strategic Partnerships at Artsy.
Vincent Fremont, Sally King-Nero, Stephan Pascher, and Morgan Falconer
Part of Andy Warhol’s reputation rests on having turned his disordered life into a kind of performance, and yet some of the most important scholarship on the artist involves documenting his activity with rigorous accuracy. To celebrate the opening of a major new Warhol retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, we ask what is most compelling today: Warhol’s chaotic life-as-art, or his individual works, or something else entirely? To answer these questions we are joined by three figures who see his life from different perspectives. Vincent Fremont was formerly the Vice President of Andy Warhol Enterprises and the executive manager of the artist’s studio. Following Warhol’s death in 1987, he was instrumental in forming the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Sally King-Nero has been the Executive Editor of the artist’s catalog raisonné and Curator of Drawings and Photographs at the Andy Warhol Foundation for over 25 years. They are joined by artist and Sotheby’s Institute of Art professor Stephan Pascher. The discussion will be hosted by Morgan Falconer, Acting Director of the MA in Contemporary Art program at Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York.
Alison Green, Michael Corris, Rainer Ganahl, and Kathy Battista
Increasingly, artists are curating greater numbers of exhibitions internationally. This panel explores how curating has been incorporated into artistic practice. Moderated by Dr. Kathy Battista, MA Contemporary Art Faculty, Sotheby's Institute of Art, the panel features Dr. Alison Green, Course Leader of MA Culture, Criticism and Curation at Central Saint Martins, London, Dr. Michael Corris, Professor of Art, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, and Rainer Ganahl, New York-based artist. It celebrates the publication of a new book, "When Artists Curate," written by Green and commissioned by Corris, published by Reaktion Press in London.
Jerry Saltz and Morgan Falconer
At Sotheby's Institute-NY, Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic Jerry Saltz speaks with Morgan Falconer (Faculty, MA Contemporary Art) about his career, the state of the international art market and much, much more.
Alia Williams, Isabel Suarez, Josh Campbell, Maxime e Van Melkebek, and Christine Kuan
Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York's 4 Under 40 speaker series features conversations with young professionals breaking new ground in the international art world. Discover the backgrounds, career trajectories, and trade secrets of working the art market today from young entrepreneurs, creative talents, and rising stars in the art industry. Speakers: Alia Williams, Director, Jeffrey Deitch, Isabel Suarez, Sales Director, Leon Tover Gallery, Josh Campbell, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Eazel, and Maxime Van Melkebeke, Associate Director, Salon 94. Moderated by Christine Kuan, Director and CEO, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York.
The Global Art Gallery Report with Richard Taittinger, Magnus Resch, Stefania Bortolami, and James Fuentes
Stefania Bortolami, James Fuentes, Magnus Resch, and Richard Taittinger
Moderator: Magnus Resch Book Author and Art Entrepreneur
Stefania Bortolami, Gallery Owner
James Fuentes, Gallery Owner
Richard Taittinger, Gallery Owner
The Global Art Gallery Report is the first and the most wide-ranging report on today's commercial art galleries. Published by Phaidon, it is the first insight of its kind, presenting a detailed and comprehensive portrait of today's gallery scene. In a panel discussion, Magnus Resch will discuss his findings with gallerists Jeffrey Deitch, Stefania Bortolami and James Fuentes. Panelists will shine a light on the future of the art gallery.
Founded in 1969, the Sotheby’s Institute of Art is the first and foremost graduate school for the study of art and its markets. With more than 6,000 alumni working internationally in art fairs, galleries, museums, auction houses, and nonprofits, the Institute’s alumni are shaping the future of the art industry. Past guest speakers at the Institute have included artists, such as: Ulay and Jaša, Dan Graham, Alexandre Singh, Glenn Ligon, Sanford Biggers, Carolee Schneemann, Dara Birnbaum, Alfredo Jaar, Ahmed Alsoudani; and art industry experts from Sotheby’s, Art Basel, Paddle8, Auctionata, Armory Show, Artsy, Whitney Museum, Swiss Institute, MoMA, and others.
Josh Campbell, Courtney Chapel, Ellie Hayworth, Whitney Maxwell, and Christine Kuan
A panel discussion with Sotheby’s Institute of Art-New York Alumni about their careers in the art market, technology, and PR industry. ALUMNI PANELISTS: - Josh Campbell, Masters in Art Business, Class of 2016 (Director of Strategic Partnerships, Canvas Collective, Inc.) - Courtney Chapel, Masters in Art Business, Class of 2013 (Auctions and Valuations Manager, Paddle8) - Ellie Hayworth, Masters in Art Business, Class of 2015 (Account Executive, Third Eye) - Whitney Maxwell, Masters in Art Business, Class of 2011 (Marketing Director, Artspace Marketplace)
Sebastian Cwilich and Christine Kuan
A conversation about the future of art, technology, and the art market with Sebastian Cwilich, President of Artsy, and Christine Kuan, Director and CEO of Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Daze and Kathy Battista
Panelist: Daze, Street Artist
Moderator: Kathy Battista, Program Director for Masters of Contemporary Art and Summer Study Faculty, Sotheby's Institute of Art
Since the 1970’s, Daze was one of the founding generation of street artists in New York City. His work, originally shown alongside Jean Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, is now exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide. While his work is included in major public collections such as MoMA NY, The Brooklyn Museum, and The Ludwig Museum in cologne, he continues to create public murals and work in collaboration with youth groups. He is also a consultant, alongside fellow artist Crash and musician, Nas, for the series “The Get Down” on Netflix, directed by Baz Luhrmann. This talk provides a unique opportunity to hear about his acclaimed career and his reflections on New York City as a creative hub.
Founded in 1969, the Sotheby’s Institute of Art is the first and foremost graduate school for the study of art and its markets. With more than 6,000 alumni working internationally in art fairs, galleries, museums, auction houses, and nonprofits, the Institute’s alumni are shaping the future of the art industry. Past guest speakers at the Institute have included artists, such as: Ulay and Jaša, Dan Graham, Alexandre Singh, Glenn Ligon, Sanford Biggers, Carolee Schneemann, Dara Birnbaum, Alfredo Jaar, Ahmed Alsoudani; and art industry experts from Art Basel, Paddle8, Auctionata, Armory Show, Artsy, Whitney Museum, Swiss Institute, MoMA, and others.
Daniel Doubrovkine, Gavin Meng, Soraya Haas, and Christine Kuan
Art and tech thought leaders from Artsy, Kickstarter, and Sotheby’s, discuss the future of the art market and the role digital technology now plays in engaging new art audiences via the Internet and TV, cultivating international collectors, and crowdsourcing funds for arts initiatives at institutions, galleries, art fairs, and commercial companies worldwide.
Christine Tuttle, Elsa Massey, Bradley Goad, Zoe Aexander Fisher, and Ann-Marie Richard
Ann-Marie Richard, Program Director, MA in Fine and Decorative Art and Design moderates a panel discussion with alumni working in the trade and experts from the design industry. Panelists include: Christine Tuttle (alumna and nationally recognized designer), Elsa Massey (alumna and Assistant Curator, Vintage at One Kings Lane), Bradley Goad (alumnus and Business Director and Associate Art and Design Consultant at Piccione Design), and Zoe Alexander Fisher (co-founder and director of Fisher Parrish Gallery, and director of Patrick Parrish Gallery).
Marianne Boesky, Amy Cappellazzo, Elizabeth Dee, Touria El Glaoui, and Christine Kuan
Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York, is delighted to launch a new Speaker Series bringing together leading artists, curators, and art professionals from the art world in a public forum to exchange ideas and to foster an open dialogue about the state of the art market and art making today. The inaugural panel discussion, Women Leaders in the Art Market, brings together contemporary art market influencers, Marianne Boesky of the Marianne Boesky Gallery, Amy Cappellazzo, Chairman of Global Fine Arts at Sotheby’s, Elizabeth Dee of the Elizabeth Dee Gallery and Independent Art Fair, and Touria El Glaoui of 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair. This event will coincide with the reopening of the campus after an extensive renovation and expansion. The conversation will be lead by Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York, Director, Christine Kuan, who joined the Institute in January 2016 from Artsy.
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