TEFAF ART SYMPOSIUM 2018 - COLLECTING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Collecting in the 21st Century
provides the overarching theme for this year’s TEFAF Art Symposium. In a fast changing and increasingly globalised market, the way that people collect and the standards they expect are changing. This year’s symposium provides the platform to explore topics that are relevant to today’s marketplace. As an organization, TEFAF promotes the highest standards and takes the leads on important discussions around issues of due diligence, transparency and scholarship. The TEFAF Art Symposium will take place on Friday March 9
at 10 AM in the MECC, Maastricht.
Tickets Art Symposium
: 30 euro pp
Tickets Art Symposium and Preview Ticket March 9
: 130 euro pp
Buy your tickets here: TEFAF Art Symposium Tickets
Friday March 9
09.30 AM Refreshments
10.00 AM Welcome - Diana Cawdell
, TEFAF Global Marketing and Communication.
10.05 AM Panel discussion - Changing Attitudes and the Ethics of Collecting
, Assistant Keeper, Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, British Museum.
, Collector of antiquities and artworks of all periods, owner of the Mougins Museum of Classical Art, board member of The Ashmolean Museum, Member of The Arms and Armour Committee at The Met NY, owner of Minerva Magazine and partner in Vigo Gallery.
Editor of Apollo.
10.35 AM Interview - Transparency and the Art Market: Challenges and Opportunities
, Chairman of TEFAF Board of Trustees interviewed by Georgina Adam
, Author; Art Market Editor-at-Large, The Art Newspaper; Art Market Contributor, Financial Times.
11.05 AM Break for Coffee/Tea
11.25 AM Panel discussion - The Challenge of Modern Materials
Robert van Langh
, Head of Conservation and Science at the Rijksmuseum and Chair of the Netherlands Institute for Conservation + Art + Science.
Ph.D, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Cultural Heritage Science, Bard Graduate Center Decorative Arts, Design History and Material Culture.
, CEO, AXA Art.
Editor of Apollo.
11.50 AM Wrap up and thank you - Diana Cawdell
, TEFAF Global Marketing and Communication