CONTEMPORARY ART EDUCATION
Changing Dynamics in the Art Market, 12 and 26 October/2 and 9 November (night course)
Examines stakeholders, values and trade issues, focusing particularly on the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries and their respective art markets.
Russian Art: 1890 to Today, 12 and 26 October/2 and 9 November (night course)
Introduces participants to the major artists and artistic movements in Russia from the late 19th century until the present day.
Diaghilev and the Ballets Russes: Art, Revolution and Revelation, 12 and 26 October/ 2 and 9 November (day course)
Gives a panoramic overview of the extraordinary life and achievements of Sergei Diaghilev and the artists and artistes who came under his spell in the early decades of the twentieth century.
Contemporary Chinese Art: 1960 to Today, 11 November (day course)
Explores Chinese art, the evolution of artists’ careers and the unprecedented performance of recent Contemporary Chinese art at auction.
For those based in Asia, look to the art business and history short courses available at Sotheby’s Singapore throughout autumn and into winter, although none focus solely on Asian contemporary art.
- Blog provides ground view of Chinese contemporary art – interview Katherine Don – September 2010 – Don delves into the Chinese contemporary art scene in this revealing interview
- MoMA Asia Art Archive collaborate, launch Chinese art projects with public programmes – September 2010 – an overview of each important project, a new archive collection and a publication
- 88-Mocca: how one collector is using technology to share his collection – April 2010 - explore how one collector is using technology to turn his collection into an on-line museum and resource
- Discover new artists and keep abreast of shows with artinasia.com – website review – March 2010 - a well-designed eye-pleasing site providing gallery listings and directories of Asian art information
- Top 6 research sources for contemporary Chinese art by Asian art history major – January 2010 - In this post we ask Ashley Lee, one of our previous interns who studies Asian art in the US and London, to divulge her key research websites, databases and publications