Designed for seasoned collectors looking to broaden their horizons and fresh collectors looking to hone their skillsets alike, this course is also valuable for those seeking to understand the collector mindset, such as art advisors, private collection managers and gallery sales staff. It offers professional insights around how to advance one’s collector mission, whether that is supporting artists, making art more accessible, successfully navigating the global art marketplace or something in between.
The ever-changing global landscape of today’s art market, with its international art fairs and endless calendar of live and online auctions, presents more opportunities than ever to collect art. Moreover, the prestige of being a known collector and of opening up one’s collection to the public either digitally or physically, have attracted greater numbers of collectors to the scene. As such, this course caters to further amplifying the collector scene, especially within Asia. Highlights of the course include private tours at Hong Kong’s most important art museums M+ and K11, and talks from globally renowned collectors, entrepreneurs, and gallery directors, from Bangkok, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Manila, and more. Expect to gain insight from the brightest minds in the art world today.
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To gain a comprehensive overview of contemporary art collections, including key principles, strategies and considerations focusing on the Asian art market.
To develop a nuanced understanding of the collector mindset and the motivations behind collecting contemporary art as well as the different roles and approaches for collectors.
To explore best practices and strategies for building and expanding contemporary art collections.
To foster connections and networking opportunities with industry experts, fellow collectors and professionals in the field.
Previously a management consultant, Christoph Noe decided to switch industries and work in the contemporary art scene. Initially focusing on Chinese contemporary art, later he co-founded LARRY'S LIST, the leading art market knowledge company providing data, research and access to contemporary art collectors.Read More
Day 1: Explore the private art collector scene and private museum landscape in Asia, hear from a world-renowned vineyard owner and art collector on presenting works in open spaces, learn how to create a global artistic dialogue in exhibitions from a celebrated curator and receive insights into the difference between non-profit and commercial galleries globally.
Day 2: Receive a private tour at one of Asia’s most prominent art galleries, M+, learn how to create a queue and take over the internet from a creative director and collector renowned for making art go viral, and explore the responsibilities of a private art foundation in developing the art ecosystem.
Day 3: Examine the importance of location selection for displaying art works through macro and micro-cultural analysis, explore historically significant art world collaborations and hear from the Director of an Asian museum undertaking a historical global partnership and how this can enhance creativity in the field, delve into how private collectors can support and interact with public institutions and learn about the motivations behind collecting the seemingly non-collectable.
Day 4: Discover how collecting art can be a family journey and the importance of sustaining multi-generational art collections, examine the dynamic of the Asian art market and art collecting scene with an eminent art entrepreneur, and finish the course with a private tour of the innovative art, culture and lifestyle venue, K11.
Course participants take away in-depth and valuable insight into the current and future art world. Those who successfully complete their course will receive a certificate of completion from Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Sotheby’s Institute of Art course participants come from all over the world, from a wide variety of backgrounds. As they study, travel, and explore the art world alongside each other throughout the program, fierce and long-lasting collaborations are frequently born. Individuals who complete these courses join our network of over 8,000 alumni around the globe who hold top positions at renowned art organizations.
We highly encourage participants with at least 3 years of post-graduate work experience for a smooth and successful course experience. A general knowledge of the contemporary art world and market will also benefit participants.
Courses are open to participants 18 years of age or older.
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