The recent stunning sale of Love is in the Bin by Banksy was achieved by an Asian collector. With important art hubs in Asia such as Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Seoul, how is Asian art and Asian wealth influencing the global art scene? In this panel, we will discuss how key galleries, institutions and artists have put Asian art in the big picture internationally. We explore how a new generation of Asian institutions, curators, dealers and collectors are changing the field and the ever-increasing impact of Asia on the global art world.
The panel will be followed by networking opportunities with SIA alumni via Zoom break-out rooms.
Asian Impact on the Global Art Scene: Panellists:
• Dr. Katie Hill, Programme Director of the Institute’s MA in Modern and Contemporary Asian Art, London
• DanNi Zhao, Alumna and Credit Specialist for HSBC Private Banking, Hong Kong.
• Ryoko Kijima, Alumna and Sales Assistant at SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo.
• Sohyun Kim, Alumna and Editor in Chief at OPENING_mag, Seoul.
The panel will be chaired by Jeffrey Boloten art market commentator and leader of the Institute’s Art and Business course
This event is for alumni of the Sotheby’s Institute MA programs. If you are an alumnus/a of another program or have another affiliation with Sotheby’s Institute and are interested in attending, please contact email@example.com.