Date : 15-06-2018

Symposium at Loughborough University: Art Markets and the Future of Museum Collecting

  • The Ethics of the Art Market: When Financial Products Shape Content

Sébastien Montabonel (Art Institutions of the 21st Century Foundation, London)

  • The Art Museum of the Future – A Dystopia?

Julia Voss (Leuphana University, Lüneburg)

  • Artistic Freedom in a Complex Society

Martin Myrone (Tate Britain)

  • Museums, Collections, and Trustees: the Public/Private Divide

Nizan Shaked (College of the Arts, California State University)

  • Private Contributions to Museums’ Collecting Practices in Brazil:

Interdependency, Convergence, and Conflicts

Ana Letícia Fialho (Office of Cultural Economy, Brazilian Ministry of Culture)

  • Museums’ Massive Deaccessions as a New Collecting Practice

Eva Szereda (Independent Scholar, Lausanne)

  • Ars Electronica Gallery Spaces: The New Platform Connecting Media Art and

the Art Market

Christl Baur (Ars Electronica, Linz)

  • Customize the Collection? How Contemporary Art Commissioning Impacts

on Museum Collections and Gallery Business

Franziska Wilmsen (Loughborough University)

  • The Myth of the Art Market: Neoliberalism in the Social Order of

Contemporary Art

Jonathan Harris (Birmingham City University)

  • The Musée d’Art Contemporain Africain Al Maaden (MACAAL) in Marrakech:

A Case Study in Collecting and Place-Making

Stephanie Dieckvoss (Kingston University, London)

  • From Private Collection to Art Canon: The Uli Sigg Collection

Nicola Foster (Southampton Solent University)

  • Creating a New Canon for a State Collection: Proposals for the First Moscow

Museum of Contemporary Art

Marina Maximova (Loughborough University)