The Chines Art World & Art Market after the Pandemic
A Talk with:
Dr. Uli Sigg (Entrepreneur, former Swiss ambassador to China, Art Collector and EMAMS Advisory Board Member)
Yang Yang (Director Asia, Urs Meile Gallery)
Zhang Yuling (Director of the KWM Art Center and Global Director of the King & Wood Mallesons Law Firm)
Nicholas Cheng-Lin Chang (Professor, School of Arts Administration and Education, Central Academy of Fine Arts)
The current state of due diligence in the art market was presented by guest speakers and panelists in our joined conference with Kunstforum Zurich last October. Catch up on this challenging topic with Anne Laure Bandle (lawyer and director of the Art Law Foundation, Geneva), Victor Gisler (founder and owner Galerie Mai 36, Zurich), Claudio Ochsner (art dealer and president of the Swiss Art Trading Association), Stefan Puttaert (senior director and head of office, Sotheby's Zurich), and Marc Spiegler (global director, Art Basel). Click here
Kenny Schachter and Simon de Pury shared their Insights from the Engine Room of the Art Market at the Zurich Art Weekend 2018. An event organised by Kunstforum Zürich and the University of Zurich's Art Market Studies program. Click here to enjoy the show
“Sunday night’s entertainment concluded with a talk between Obrist and Kenny Schachter, which promised at least a few fireworks—Obrist tends to be averse to the market ills as he jets around the word spilling curatorial pixie dust on spaces and institutions, whereas Schachter is an art market gossipmonger par excellence. Fireworks they did provide.”
Nate Freeman for ARTnews, speaking about a conversation between Hans Ulrich Obrist and Kenny Schachter, organized by University of Zurich Art Market Studies during the Zurich Contemporary Art Weekend 2017.
ARTISTS'ARTIST PAUL THEK AND VITO ACCONCI
Kenny Schachter shares his personal appreciation of works of art by Paul Thek and Vito Acconci, two artists who were the reason for him to fall in love with art in the first place.
With art experts being increasing reluctant to give their expertise on high value art works under the threat of litigation, the art world seeks reassurance in technical investigation. However, choosing the right techniques and interpreting their results correctly remain crucial. Nicholas Eastaugh explains where setting of standards and tagging of art works come in.