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中国艺术市场
时间
2019322日,10:00–13:15
地址
尤伦斯当代艺术中心报告厅

中国艺术市场在过去的几年经历了剧烈变革。中国藏家对来自全球的艺术的渴望对整个中国艺术世界 —— 包括艺术家创作方向以及公众对艺术的理解 —— 带来了「连锁反应」。与此同时,经济气候也正经历着从国际贸易战到不断下跌的经济增长率在内的诸多变革。「北京国际艺术高峰论坛」将邀请中国艺术市场最资深的参与者分享他们的经验,进一步阐明这一令人兴奋的复杂议题。跨界艺术市场的金融行业从业者也将参与讨论并分享有关投资、潜在增长和风险等话题的新见解。


第一场:「行动和反应:灵敏的艺术市场」
322日,10:00–11:30
中国艺术市场近年来的增长在一定程度上是建立在中国经济的稳定增长之上的,而中国经济也挺过了此前的经济危机。不过这种范式可能将会发生转变,这对于中国艺术市场和近期西方画廊涌入该区域这一现象意味着什么?这是一种短期内的本地化问题,还是更为广泛的全球情景的一部分呢?

  • Mark Rappolt(主持)
    《艺术观察》与《艺术观察亚洲版》主编

  • 卢杰
    长征空间创始人

  • 刘钢
    中国收藏家,亚洲资本市场知名律师

  • Mario Cristiani
    常青画廊创始人之一


    第二场:「全新品味,不同前景」
    322日,11:45–13:15
    本场对话将聚焦于中国收藏家和机构对外国艺术品所显露出的日益增长的胃口。这一现象将对中国的艺术实践发展产生怎样的作用?来自全球的艺术专业人士们是如何应对或讨论这一现象的?这些问题对于不同地区所蕴含的品味复杂性将产生怎样的长期效果呢?

  • 秦思源(主持)
    北京国际艺术高峰论坛艺术总监

  • 林瀚
    中国收藏家,北京木木美术馆联合创始人

  • 唐昕
    北京泰康空间总监

  • Gregor Muir
    伦敦泰特现代美术馆收藏部和国际艺术总监

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Chinese Art Markets
Time
10:00–13:15, March 22, 2019
Address
Auditorium, UCCA

The Chinese art market has changed drastically over the past few years. Chinese collectors are now even more open to acquire international art, which has created layers of affects throughout the Chinese art world. Some of these affects include investigations into what artwork is created, and what exhibitions the public wants to see. Simultaneously, economic climates are undergoing transformation, from international trade wars to declining growth rates. Beijing Art Summit International will invite the most experienced participants in the Chinese art market to share their experience in order to shed more light on these dynamic and complex topics.


Panel A: Action and Reaction: Responsive Art Markets
10:00–11:30, March 22
The recent growth of the Chinese art market has been based in part on the steady growth of the Chinese economy, an economy that withstood the previous financial crisis. As this paradigm seems to be shifting, what does mean for the Chinese art market and the recent influx of Western galleries into the region? Is this a temporary localized issue or part of larger global situation?

  • Mark Rappolt (Moderator)
    Editor-in-Chief of ArtReview, Founder of ArtReview Asia

  • Lu Jie
    Founder of Long March Space, Beijing

  • Liu Gang
    Chinese Collector and Lawyer

  • Mario Cristiani
    Co-founders of Galleria Continua


    Panel B: New Tastes, Different Prospects
    11:45–13:15, March 22
    This conversation will be addressing the increasing appetite for art from abroad by Chinese collectors and institutions. What role is this taking in the evolution of artistic practices in China? How are art professionals globally handling and / or discussing this development? What may be the long-term effects, if any, on the complexity of what ‘taste’ implies across multiple regions.

  • Colin Siyuan Chinnery (Moderator)
    The Artistic Director of Beijing Art Summit

  • Lin Han
    Chinese Collector, Co-founder of M WOODS Museum, Beijing

  • Tang Xin
    Director of Taikang Space, Beijing

  • Gregor Muir
    Director of Collection of International Art, Tate Modern, London