Dr David Bellingham, Art Business Programme Director
Most recently, David delivered a paper at the University of Maastricht on the ethical reception of the Riace Bronzes (published in 2014); participated in a panel on art and human rights; and introduced the ethical theme of the London Art Business conference, 2015. He is currently writing an introduction to the art market for professionals, collectors and students. His recent and forthcoming publications are: (forthcoming 2015) An Introduction to the Art Market: A Handbook for Students and Collectors (London: Lund Humphries), (2014) `The Underwater Heritage of the Riace Bronzes: Ethics and the Art Market in Ancient Rome’ in Proceedings of the seminar “Art, cultural heritage and the market: ethical and legal issues”, University of Maastricht 15-16 March 2012.
Dr Juliet Hacking, Unit leader, Photography, MA in Contemporary Art
Juliet Hacking recently gave a talk at the Flint Institute of Art, Michigan, on early 20th century French Photography and one at MOCAD (Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit) on ‘How Photographs became Art’. In late September, her new book Lives of the Great Photographers (Thames & Hudson) was published in the UK, with other editions either published or forthcoming in the US, Germany, Spain, Italy and Korea. Juliet is currently working on a book entitled ‘Photography & The Art Market’ for Lund Humphries. Also, 'Photography: The Whole Story', edited by Juliet Hacking and published by Thames & Hudson in 2012, is now in 15 different editions: including, in addition to European and US editions, Brazil, Russia, China and Taiwan.
Natasha Degen and Kibum Kim, Art Business Faculty
Natasha and Kibum recently co-wrote a story in the New Yorker about a recent market boom for a little-known Korean postwar art movement. Click here to learn more...
Kibum Kim, Art Business Faculty, New York (Art Business, Los Angeles Winter 2016)
Kibum and his partner, Kate Bryan, organized a successful second edition of the NEWD Art Show www.newdartshow.com in Bushwick this past June, with the immeasurable help of numerous SIA alumni and students. NEWD is an artist-centric art fair that highlights alternative, DIY spaces like artist-run galleries and project spaces. Kibum is moving to LA next January to join our LA campus, where he will teach the International Art Market and Art Law courses.
Tim Goosens, Contemporary Art Faculty
Tim recently curated a section of Aurora Dallas, one of the largest art festivals in the country with 90 participating artists this year. The exhibition opening in October 2015 was attended by 60,000 people. The exhibition takes place every two years. Downtown Dallas is transformed into an open air, urban playground of new media art: light, video, sound, performance and projection on an unprecedented scale. The immersive exhibition showcases work by a confluence of local and international artists, selected by a team of established curators.
Judith Prowda, Art Business Faculty
Last June, Judith spoke on the Panel, "Hot Topics in Art Law," which was organized by the New York State Bar Association and Brooklyn Counsel for the Arts. Her topics were Moral Rights, Artist’s Resale Right; Right of Privacy. Then in July, she participated on a Panel organized by No Longer Empty and held at the Old Bronx Borough Courthouse. This time her topic was "The Artist-Dealer Relationship and the New York State Consignment Statute.” In September, she spoke on a Panel organized by ArtsTech Meet Up, which took place at Spotify. The topic was “Art and Copyright: Confines in a Digital Space.” Judith was a guest speaker at for an evening event organized by the Center for Art Law in October where she discussed “Artist Commissions and the Case of Kreuk vs. V.Bortolozzi.”
On November 17th, Judith will be co-moderating a panel, "From Street to Market: The Legal Journey of Street Art.” This is a program that she conceived and organized on behalf of the New York State Bar Association. Professor Kathy Battista will be one of the panelists.
Jonathan VanDyke, Art Business Faculty
Jonathan presented a solo project this fall at abc berlin, with Loock Galerie Berlin. In October his solo exhibition of paintings and photographs, L blue N black I green M orange K violet opened at 1/9unosunove gallery in Rome. During the summer he presented a new performance, entitled Movements for Monoliths, at Storm King Art Center, commissioned by Storm King and The Shandanken Project. He is currently part of the Faculty of the MFA program in Devised Performance and the low residency MFA program, both at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and recently was a visiting artist at CalArts in Los Angeles.
Gerald W.R. Ward, Fine and Decorative Art and Design Faculty
Gerald is currently serving as co-editor of and a contributor to, Boston Furniture, 1700-1900, a massive anthology to be published early next year by the Colonial Society of Massachusetts and distributed by the University of Virginia Press. Gerald has also submitted the manuscript for a book on Paul Revere's Liberty Bowl and John Singleton Copley's portrait of Revere, to be published next year by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He is also in his second term as a State Representative in the great state of New Hampshire, representing Portsmouth.
Sophie Landres, Writing for the Art World
Sophie Landres curated Zipora Fried: Some Things Have Meaning, Others Don’t at Marfa Contemporary, on view October 9th - January 4th, 2015. The exhibition of drawings, sculptures, and a video by Zipora Fried opened during Chinati Weekend and included a curatorial walk-through and catalog with an essay by Landres.