For the third year in a row The Art Connector organized together with Classicus Private insurance ‘The Collectors Evening’. An inspiring evening with a lecture by Anders Petterson; founder and director of ArtTactic Ltd.
Anders informed us about the current trends and developments in the art market. That we are about (and need to) undergo a big change in which we all must contribute in order to make the art world sustainable for the next gen.
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With over thirty years of experience in the art world we have gained a deep understanding of its practices and subtleties, and how to navigate our clients through this elusive world.
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One of the tools we use to give guidance on the art market, is organizing Masterclasses. The classes use a combination of theory and practice and provide a useful guide to buying art.
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Every edition The Art Connector is present at the Venice Biennale. The Biennale is a representation of the current contemporary art scene. One cannot buy at the Biennale, but that does not mean it is not connected to the market. In fact many gallery owners, who are represented at Art Basel, sponsor the exhibition of their artists in Venice. After all, the price of art is largely determined by the name of the artist and where he exhibits.
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Besides visiting the main exhibitions at The Arsenale and The Giardini, a highlight of our program was our visit to Glasstress, where we were welcomed by the director of Fondazione Berengo. Glasstress is a project to further the mission of marrying contemporary art and glass. Artists of all disciplines are invited to collaborate with the maestros in creating art in glass.
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Since its launch in 1978, Tableau Fine Arts Magazine has been a familiar name in the field of the visual arts. The magazine, which is published six times a year, is internationally oriented and is both for art lovers and connaisseurs.
Jeannette has her own column in Tableau Fine Arts Magazine, where she dives into subjects connected with the art market.
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