One Art Nation and Art Southampton partner once again to present the can’t-miss educational event of the season! The 1AN Symposium brings together leading advisors, dealers, curators, critics, and artists to speak on a range of topics to help you build, maintain and protect your collection.
Whether you are a first time buyer, an established collector, in the industry, or simply have a passion for art, our curated program is both diverse and engaging. The Symposium is free for all fair visitors and can be found in the café area of Art New York.
FRIDAY July 8
Artists in the Hamptons
Annelien Bruins, renowned art advisor from Tang Art Advisory, offers an overview of the colorful history of artists who have lived and worked in the Hamptons, from Jackson Pollock to Dan Rizzie. Hosted by The Art Newspaper.Watch webinar recording
Art: An Emotional or Economical Investment?
The art market and all its intricacies make it challenging for collectors. Evan Beard, the Global Art Services Executive with U.S. Trust, explains that there is a very significant philosophical shift underway in how collectors engage with their art and the broader market.Watch webinar recording
Art Market Comparison and Analysis
The art market can be tricky to navigate and there are no guarantees of profitability but post-war and contemporary art is proving to be irresistible to collectors. Join Phillips specialists from Latin American Art, Post War and Contemporary Art and Watches, as they discuss the current state of the market.Watch webinar recording
SATURDAY July 9
Who is a Photorealist and WHAT is Photorealism?
Louis Meisel offers a brief, yet informative discussion of the history from beginning to present of photorealism, and how it relates to, yet stands aside from what art has seemingly become in the age of PC, MC, agenda-based, advisor/investment-centered, prestige and status-centered art activity.Watch webinar recording
Navigating Risk in the Contemporary Art Market
Experts from Deloitte and Schindler Cohen & Hochman LLP will discuss art market risk factors as they pertain to the purchase, sale or financing of art. Among other things, title, authenticity and attribution risks, in the aftermath of Knoedler will be addressed. They will consider the types of due diligence and documentation typically required by buyers, sellers and lenders.Watch webinar recording
Options for Protecting Art Collections
Hear from our expert as they reveal how to prepare and protect your collection for the unexpected. Emily Thompson, a fine art specialist at Emigrant Bank Fine Art Finance, reveals how to prepare and protect your collection for the unexpected.Watch webinar recording
SUNDAY July 10
Curatorial Talk: British Contemporary Art
Arts writer, curator and art consultant, Nico Kos Earle will discuss the artists curated for the Art Bastion booth at Art Southampton in relation to the current status of British Contemporary Art.Watch webinar recording
Art of the 80s – Renewed Interest
Join artnet senior specialist Gracie Mansion as she hosts a panel discussion on the art and artists of the 1980s, and their current resurgence in the auction market. Panelists include Sergio Bessa, Director of Curatorial and Education Programs, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Terrie Sultan, Director, Parrish Art Museum, and collectors Ron and Leslie Rosenzweig.Watch webinar recording
Let’s Talk Interior Design – Strategies for Art Lovers
Interior designers are at the forefront of the hottest design trends and can keep you on the cutting edge of what is happening. This session, delivered by designers who have influenced the design style of the Hamptons, will explain why this knowledge is an invaluable tool as you seek new art.Watch webinar recording
Please be aware that this program is subject to change. Please find further information on Art Southampton here.