What's Next? Short Talks About the Future
Artsy invites leading art world and cultural influencers to share their forward-looking philosophies in a series of presentations about the future.
Moderator: Matthew Israel, Curator at Large, Artsy
Participants: Kimberly Drew, Online Community Producer at The Metropolitan Museum of Art; founder of Black Contemporary Art Tumblr; Elisabeth Sherman, Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art; Kadar Brock, artist; Prem Krishnamurthy, designer and curator, founding principal of Project Projects; Daniel Grushkin, journalist and cofounder, Genspace; Douglas Coupland, author of Generation X; and Jason Tanz, editor-at-large at WIRED, among others.
Worthy Objects: How Value is Defined
Participants: Marianne Boesky, owner, Marianne Boesky Gallery; Megan Fox Kelly, owner, Megan Fox Kelly Art Advisory; Todd Levin, owner, Levin Art Group; and Thaddaeus Ropac, owner, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac.
Moderator: Sarah Douglas, editor-in-chief, ARTnews, sponsored by the Association of Professional Art Advisors.
Optimizing Value in a Volatile Art Market
A dynamic conversation discussing various elements to consider when navigating the art market.
Participants: Jeffrey Deitch, Art Advisor & Curator; Andrea Danese, CEO, Athena Art Finance; and Steve Schindler, Founding partner, Schindler Cohen & Hochman LLP.
Moderator: Georgina Adam, Art Market Columnist, Financial Times
Writing About Art From African Perspectives
A conversation on the role that art fairs and online platforms such as Africa is a Country and Contemporary And (C&), have in opening dialogue and countering generalizing notions of “Africa.”
Participants: Lerato Bereng, Associate Director, Stevenson Gallery; Emmanuel Iduma, Writer and Sean O’Toole, Art Critic
Moderator: Neelika Jayawardane, Arts and Culture Editor, Africa is a Country