THE CENTRE FOR ART MARKET STUDIES IS DEVOTED TO RESEARCHING THE ART MARKET FROM ITS BEGINNINGS TO THE PRESENT DAY
GERMAN-FRENCH RESEARCH PROGRAMME 2018-2019
ART MARKET AND ART COLLECTING FROM 1900 TO THE PRESENT IN GERMANY AND FRANCE
The German-French Research Programme 2018–2019 “Art Market and Art Collecting from 1900 to the Present in Germany and France” is organised by the Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies at TU Berlin and the Centre Georg Simmel at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in collaboration with the Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte Paris. The German-French Research Programme 2018–2019 is funded by the UFA/DFH.
JOURNAL FOR ART MARKET STUDIES:
Volume 3, Number 1, 2019
Guest Editor: Kathryn Brown
The latest issue of The Journal for Art Market Studies explores intersections between politics and art markets from the first half of twentieth century to the present. Discussions range from specific policies in different political systems with diverse forms of government that have impacted, or impact, on the marketing and acquisition of art objects to broader political decisions that shape, or have shaped, background social beliefs about the value of art and its institutions.
ACQUIRING CULTURES: HISTORIES OF WORLD ART ON WESTERN MARKETS
Edited by Bénédicte Savoy, Charlotte Guichard, Christine Howald
Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2018
Based on a symposium in Berlin, organized by the Institute for Art History in cooperation with the Centre for Art Market Studies at Technical University Berlin, the Institut d’histoire moderne et contemporaine (CNRS) and the Labex TransferS (PSL) in Paris, the publication includes contributions by Felicity Bodenstein, Ting Chang, Manuel Charpy, Nélia Dias, Natasha Eaton, Noëmie Etienne, Jonathan Fine, Christine Howald, Philip Jones, Sylvester Okwunodu Ogbechie, Ying-chen Peng, Léa Saint-Raymond, Elodie Vaudry, and Masako Yamamoto.
The panel discussion of the symposium “The Global Power of Private Museums: Arts and Publics – States and Markets” is available online. You will find the videos to the panel discussion (Part I, II) here.