Barcelona Symposium 2020—the 8th edition of the Talking Galleries' flagship event—will take place on January 20 and 21, 2020.
More than 25 leading art world figures will gather together to set up a specialised context for exploring the peculiarities of 'gallerism' at large with a 250-strong audience, made up of gallerists, collectors, art journalists, curators, artists, and fair directors.
In its two-day conference, this 2020 edition will aim at understanding the current art panorama by reviewing the evolution of the art market in the past years, while trying to look forward, analyzing coming generations and new approaches for the gallery business. The programme will encompass some of the most relevant matters in the today's agenda, such as a market for the millennials, the state of online sales, the evolving gallery model, sustainability in the art market, the shifting tastes and dedication of collectors, and new approaches to the gallery business. Other key sessions will be dedicated to analyze the growing market for Middle Eastern art and the circulation of artists' film and video at a commercial level.
Among other contributors to this year's symposium are Allan Schwartzman (Art Agency, Partners), Matt Carey-Williams (Victoria Miro), Kenny Schachter (Artnet News), Elena Soboleva (David Zwirner), Greg Hilty (Lisson Gallery), Joost Bosland (Stevenson), Alexander Forbes (Artsy), Kamiar Maleki (Volta NYC/ Basel and Pulse Miami), Claudia Schachenmann (Bureaux Schachenmann), Olivia Mull (Gagosian), Tim Schneider (artnet News), Joe Kennedy (Unit London), Vilma Jurkute (Alserkal), Till Fellrath (Art Reoriented), Dustyn Kim (Artsy), Melanie Gerlis (Financial Times), Georgina Adam (The Art Newspaper), Janes Morris (The Art Newspaper), and Andrew Goldstein (Artnet News).
To check out the full 2020 schedule, follow this link: http://talkinggalleries.tilda.ws/
To register for the Barcelona Symposium, go here: http://bit.ly/2ZkRRdN
Press Release Courtesy Talking Galleries