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THE FORUM KUNST UND MARKT / CENTRE FOR ART MARKET STUDIES IS DEVOTED TO RESEARCHING THE ART MARKET FROM ITS BEGINNINGS TO THE PRESENT DAY

 

Filip Vermeylen: Madubhani artist in Bihar

Filip Vermeylen: Madubhani artist in Bihar

LAST EVENING LECTURE 

Prof. Dr. Filip Vermeylen, Rotterdam, talks about | spricht über: 

Caught in the wheels of commerce: the commodification of traditional art in contemporary India

Date: 11/12/2017, 18:15h
Venue: Room A 111, Architecture Building 
of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin

Programm.pdf Directions to Room A 111

 

 

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Partners of the international conference „Theft & Trade. The French Art Market Under German Occupation (1940-1944)“

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

International Conference: Theft & Trade. The French Art Market Under German Occupation (1940-1944)

The conference is organised by the Deutsches Zentrum Kulturgutverluste (German Lost Art Foundation) in collaboration with the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris (German Art History Forum Paris) and the Centre for Art Market Studies at  TU Berlin.

Venue and Date: Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, Germany, 30 November – 1 December, 2017

Download: Flyer of the confernece Theft & Trade

Review: „Ressourcenverschwendung in der Provenienzforschung“ (Handelsblatt, 6.12.2017)

 

 

 
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Copyright: Philipp Deines, Design by Amichai Green Grafik

LAST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

The Global Power of Private Museums: Arts and Publics – States and Markets

International symposium of  the Centre for Art Market Studies at TU Berlin in cooperation with the Forum Transregionale Studien and its research programme Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices

Venue and Date:
Technische Universität Berlin, Senatssitzungssaal H 1035/1036, Straße des 17. Juni 135, 10623 Berlin, 16-17/11/2017;
Forum Transregionale Studien – Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, Wallotstraße 14, 14193 Berlin, 18/11/2017  

Downloads: 
CFP The Global Power of Private Museums
Flyer The Global Power of Private Museums
Poster_The Global Power of Private Museums
Booklet The Global Power of Private Museums

Interview: 
TRAFO – Blog for Transregional Research, 14.11.2017

Review:
„Das Privatmuseum als Chance?“ (RiffReporter, 11.12.2017

 

 

Cover_detailLAST BOOK LAUNCH AND PANEL DISCUSSION

Kunst durch Kredit 
Die Berliner Museen und ihre Erwerbungen 
von der Dresdner Bank 1935

When the Berlin museums acquired more than 4,400 works of art for 7.5 million reichsmarks in August 1935, that was the largest art deal completed during the Nazi era. Lynn Rother´s dissertation  Kunst durch Kredit – Die Berliner Museen und ihre Erwerbungen von der Dresdner Bank 1935 examines for the first time how it came about, and explains why it is so little known to this day.

Lynn Rother. Kunst durch Kredit – Die Berliner Museen und ihre Erwerbungen von der Dresdner Bank 1935. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2017.

Venue: Haus der Commerzbank am Pariser Platz 1 in Berlin
Date: 09/11/2017, 18:00h

A registration is required under kunstdurchkredit@gmail.com.  At the entrance a photo ID is necessary.

Video: Book Launch and Panel Discussion

 

 

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Cover of the second issue of the Journal for Art Mart Market Studies; Copyright: Drawing by Philipp Deines, Design by Amichai Green Grafik

JOURNAL FOR ART MARKET STUDIES

We are excited to announce the second issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies, published by Forum Kunst und Markt/Centre for Art Market Studies at Technische Universität Berlin. 

Second Issue
Theories of the Art Market: Data – Value – History
Volume 1, Number 2, 2017

Link to the journal
www.fokum-jams.org

Is Art Market Studies a discipline in its own right, or rather a research focus area? And if it is a research focus area, then which discipline does it belong to? Art history? Economic or social history? Sociology? Economics of culture? In this second issue of the Journal for Art Market Studies we ask about the theories of art market research and their different approaches, methods and objectives. We ask from an art history perspective which is quite open to transdisciplinary approaches.

Review: „Industrialisierung der Kunst“ (taz, 24.11.2017)