Online Course, English, October 2017
Jean Dubuffet, Les Grandes Artères © ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2017
Andy Warhol, Self-Portrait © 2017 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York and DACS, London
In an age of global communication, where art works are breaking records at auction and artists act more like celebrities than bohemian rebels, the art world is no longer a homogenous body working within a small community. It has become an aggregate of multiple worlds which interact and overlap in a complex fashion. The art world is a network of dependencies between a set of players, whose influence changes over time.
By the end of this course:
•You will have gained an in-depth understanding of the global art world.
•You will be able to identify the various players with an understanding of their individual role and their interactions amongst one another: artists, private dealers, galleries, collectors, auction houses, art fairs, biennials, and museums.
•You will have gained an understanding of the various types of collectors participating in the art market.
•You will have acquired the knowledge to participate in the global art market.
October 16 - November 19, 2017
Online Orientation opens on October 9, 2017
The course is convened by Marisa Kayyem, Program Director, Continuing Education, New York.
Week 1 - The Art World: From Critic to Artist
Week 2 - The Art Dealer: Primary Market and Nurturing the Artist
Week 3 - The Secondary Market: From Auction House to Global Art Business
Week 4 - Collectors: From Passion to Investment
Week 5 - The Global Art Calendar
The course will require approx. 2.5 hrs of study time per week. There will be weekly assignments with set texts and optional further reading.
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Registration is now open.
This course is offered in English.
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Catherine Warden, Online Courses Department
Telephone: +1 212 355 1501 Email: Onlinecourses@christies.edu