Registrieren
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 12.04.2019 | 635 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Lost Media Alive: The FRIGO Experience

Rotraut Pape (Professor for Film and Video, University of Art and Design, Offenbach am Main) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

Lost Media Alive: The FRIGO Experience
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 05.04.2019 | 286 Aufrufe | Artikel

How Much Virtuality Can the Market Stomach

Julia Sökeland (Initiator of Blinkvideo, Hamburg) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

How Much Virtuality Can the Market Stomach
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 29.03.2019 | 258 Aufrufe | Artikel

To Distribute or not. Finding Balance between Alternative Art Markets and Commercialization

Gaby Wijers (Director of LIMA, Amsterdam) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

To Distribute or not. Finding Balance between Alternative Art Markets and Commercialization
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 01.03.2019 | 255 Aufrufe | Artikel

Distributing Artist Film and Video. Technical and Economic Challenges in a Digital Era

Rolf Quaghebeur (General Director of Argos, Brussels) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

Distributing Artist Film and Video. Technical and Economic Challenges in a Digital Era
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 01.02.2019 | 316 Aufrufe | Artikel

Video Gallery SCAN as Video Activism in Tokyo of the 1980s

Hiroko Kimura (Research Fellow, imai Foundation, Duesseldorf) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

Video Gallery SCAN as Video Activism in Tokyo of the 1980s
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 18.01.2019 | 386 Aufrufe | Vorträge

235 – Audio – Video – Media. Video Art Distribution in Germany

Jessica Nitsche (Research Fellow, imai Foundation, Duesseldorf) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

235 – Audio – Video – Media. Video Art Distribution in Germany
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 28.12.2018 | 362 Aufrufe | Vorträge

An Insider‘s View on Video Art (Distribution) in Germany

A Conversation with Norbert Meissner (Artist, Leipzig) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

An Insider‘s View on Video Art (Distribution) in Germany
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 21.12.2018 | 511 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI): An Alternative Model Across Time

Lori Zippay (Director of Electronic Arts Intermix, New York) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI): An Alternative Model Across Time
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Dr. Renate Buschmann | 17.12.2018 | 460 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Video-Vision/Tele-Vision: Art Leaving the Conventional Cycles of Dissemination

Renate Buschmann (Director of imai foundation, Duesseldorf) | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

Video-Vision/Tele-Vision: Art Leaving the Conventional Cycles of Dissemination
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Georgios Chatzoudis | 07.12.2018 | 18 Aufrufe | Artikel

Words of Welcome

Thilo Gabor | Video Art Distribution. From Alternative Art Market to Commercialisation

The conference broached the issue of the interaction of art production, art market and exhibition concerning the media art on an international level. The historical development and specific tasks…

Words of Welcome
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Dr. Christine Howald | 06.01.2017 | 777 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Reflections on the First Day

Bärbel Küster | International Symposium "Western Market for non-European Artefacts"

Bärbel Küster (Berlin) opened the second day of the symposium “All the Beauty of the World. The Western Market for non-European Artefacts (18th-20th century)” with her Reflections on the First Day.…

Reflections on the First Day
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Dr. Christine Howald | 23.12.2016 | 1815 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Section 3: Selling Authenticity

International Symposium "All the Beauty of the World" (Berlin 2016)

Non-European artefacts entering the Western market during the 18th-20th centuries were subject to new aesthetic, material, and commercial contexts and categories. In the third section of the…

Section 3: Selling Authenticity
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Dr. Christine Howald | 09.12.2016 | 1056 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Section 2: Marketing Objects

International Symposium "All the Beauty of the World" (Berlin 2016)

The second section of the symposium “All the Beauty of the World. The Western Market for non-European Artefacts (18th-20th century)” focuses on the various strategies used in the commercialization…

Section 2: Marketing Objects
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Dr. Christine Howald | 25.11.2016 | 966 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Section 1: Embedded Markets

International Symposium "All the Beauty of the World" (Berlin 2016)

Both the transfer and dissemination of art objects are initiated and enabled by actors and their networks. The transactions conducted by these actors are influenced by social and political…

Section 1: Embedded Markets
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Dr. Christine Howald | 18.11.2016 | 1083 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Welcome Note and Introduction

International Symposium "All the Beauty of the World" (Berlin 2016)

The symposium “All the Beauty of the World. The Western Market for non-European Artefacts (18th-20th century)” aimed to interrogate the mechanisms of circulation of artefacts from their countries…

Welcome Note and Introduction
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Dr. Christine Howald | 11.11.2016 | 1738 Aufrufe | Vorträge

The Economy of Taste in Ming China. Buyer and Dealer in the Art and Artefact Trade (1609-1616)

Keynote Timothy Brook | International Symposium "All the Beauty of the World" (Berlin 2016)

In the keynote speech of the international symposium “All the Beauty of the World. The Western Market for non-European Artefacts (18th-20th century)”, cultural historian Timothy Brook introduces…

The Economy of Taste in Ming China. Buyer and Dealer in the Art and Artefact Trade (1609-1616)
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M.A. Tina Öcal | 28.03.2013 | 20399 Aufrufe | Ankündigungen

Forgeries as cross-cultural objects of the contact zone

Giovanni Bastianini and the art market in Florence during the Risorgimento

„Communities are distinguished not by their falsity/genuineness, but by the style in which they are imagined." [1] This statement of Benedict Anderson can particularly be applied to the forgeries…

Forgeries as cross-cultural objects of the contact zone

Abb. 1: I Pifferi di montagna, ossia gli antiquari fiorentini a parigi. Die Händler Freppa,
Rusca und Sorbi (von links nach rechts), anonyme Karikatur aus: Il Piovano Arlotto, 1858.