One Art Nation presents a series of talks at the Accessible Art Fair New York presented by MvVO ART, which will take place at the iconic New York City landmark, the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park. The fair breaks barriers by enabling expertly vetted artists to show and sell their work directly to collectors.
The talks bring together leading art experts to speak on a range of topics that are both diverse and engaging. Attendance is free for all fair visitors.
OPENING WEEKEND PROGRAM
SATURDAY November 5
Looking Ahead: The Contemporary Art Market in 2017
According to a recent survey by Deloitte, 78% of wealth managers believe that art should be part of a wealth management offering, up from 55% in 2014. Join art market experts Madelaine D’Angelo, Thomas Galbraith and Michael Phillips Moskowitz as they discuss the future of the Contemporary Art market, with a focus on collector behavior and art as an alternative asset.Watch webinar recording
Emerging Artists: A Popular Entry-Level Market for Buyers
As the contemporary art market continues to grow, more and more collectors are interested in buying work from emerging artists, whether for enjoyment or investment purposes.Watch webinar recording
SUNDAY November 6
The Changing Face of New York’s Cultural Scene
Cultural life in New York has changed dramatically in the last two decades. Skyrocketing real estate prices have changed the physical landscape for galleries and artists and factors including the advent of the internet and proliferation of art fairs have affected the way we connect with art and culture. Join Art Advisor, Suzanne Julig, Gallery Owner, Ethan Cohen and Artist/Curator, Isaac Aden for a lively discussion of the changing face of New York’s cultural scene.Watch webinar recording
Sales and Use Tax: Do’s and Don’ts
Art buyers are regularly faced with the complexities of sales and use tax. This session will cover the basics of sales and use tax, and in the context of several case studies, dive deeper into the details pertaining to tax jurisdictions relevant to art purchasers, tax compliance requirements and potential exemptions.Watch webinar recording