Esther Schipper: Selling Art of the 21st Century
Course Time: 70 mins
Veteran gallerist Esther Schipper's presentation offers a brief history of the European art market from the '80s to the present day. Using her gallery as a case study, Schipper explores shifting trends in collecting as well as the gallery's role in discovering and supporting artists, holding exhibitions, and presenting at art fairs. The course concludes with a look at the new initiatives and technologies meant to carry Esther Schipper Gallery into the future.
No prior knowledge of art is necessary.
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Meet the Presenter
German art dealer and gallerist Esther Schipper has run her eponymous contemporary art gallery in Berlin for over 30 years, currently representing 40+ artists such as Pierre Huyghe, Ugo Rondinone, and the work of Hito Steyerl. Esther Schipper Gallery is especially known for exhibiting and finding markets for ephemeral and time-based conceptual projects and for the longstanding and continuous collaborations with its artists, whose work spans across a wide spectrum of practices.
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