8.30.2013

2013 Art Taipei Forum Programme














Date: Friday, November 8, 2013
Venue: Eslite Book Store Xinyi Branch 6F Audio-Visual Room

Urban Art Economy – Culture is the Key

10.00 am – 12.00 pm

Speaker
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Borsdorf / Director of the new Ruhr Museum at Zollverein

After the transformation of industries in the late 20th century, public awareness concerning the redevelopment of the vacant industrial sites have raised rapidly in recent years. Consequently, with “Urban Art Economy” as the session subject, 2013 Art Taipei Forum is honored to have the Director of the Ruhr Museum, Dr. Ulrich Borsdorf, as our guest speaker. By comparing the established case of the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex with the circumstances in Taiwan, the session is expected to inspire all kinds of possibilities regarding the preservation, redevelopment and the urban planning issues, and most importantly, to discover the potential of urban art economy in this post-industrial era.

Paper Session I 
Industrial Environment & Trends 

1.30 pm – 3.00 pm

I. Yi-Fang TANG: Transforming Abandoned Schools into Art Spaces - an observation on Taiwan’s and Japan’s Current Conditions 

II. Mu-Ting LIN
Nai-Yu CHANG: Online Trade in Asian Art Market

Moderator

Prof. Dr. Joop de jong / Director of MA Arts and Heritage: Policy, Management and Education

Paper Session II 
Market Survey and Analysis 

3.30 pm – 5.00 pm

I. Pat Villeneuve: Arts Administration - The Business of the Arts 

II. Ya-Wen HSIAO: East Asia Art in London - a Qualitative Survey and Analysis for London’s East Asia Contemporary Art Market

Moderator
Yung-hsiang YING / Dean of Office of International Affairs, National Taiwan Normal University

The debut “Thematic Session” in 2013 Art Taipei Forum aims to forge a platform for academic papers on the global visual arts industry. After a serious discussion by the Programme Committee, a total of four thematic papers will be presented during the first day of the forum. The subjects include redevelopment of the abandoned sites, electronic commerce, art administration and art markets. By bringing together industrial and academic resources and innovations, the platform is expected to cultivate leaders’ prospects in relevant sectors, collaborate on visual arts sustainability, and consolidate the industry’s vitality.

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Date: Saturday, November 9, 2013
Venue: Eslite Book Store Xinyi Branch 6F Audio-Visual Room

10.00 am – 12.00 pm
 Global Art Market Report 



Speaker
James GOODWIN / Art Market Expert, Visiting Lecturer at LSE

Globalization had brought along numerous changes to the art world, whether it is art-related issues like the cross-disciplinary artistic practice, or market-related facts like art fair marathon or the rapid growth of the emerging art market, it takes a lot of time and energy for one to fully understand the capricious situations. And for presenting a general perspective, Art Taipei Forum had invited the market expert, Mr. James Goodwin as the keynote speaker for the “Market Report” session this year. While observing the status-quo and the pervious experiences, the report could provide a vision of futurity within the global art market.

Culture Freeport in Asia: Trends & Strategies 


Speaker
Tony REYNARD / Chairman of The Singapore Freeport Real Estate Pte Ltd

Over the past three years, Singapore, Beijing and Shanghai have replicated Hong Kong's Economic and Trade Cultural Freeport. Without these advantages, is Taipei still able to find a way out for survival in this art market filled with quasi-network of freeports? Amid this storm, how does Taiwan develop its own industry strategy to avoid being marginalized? In this regard, Art Taipei Forum invited Singapore Freeport Real Estate Pte Ltd's Chairman,
Mr. Tony Reynard
, to analyze the development of this critical trend that would impact the entire visual arts industry for all the participants.

The Value of Arts for Business and Institutes
1.30 pm – 3.00 pm

Speaker
Friedhelm Hütte / Deutsche Bank AG, Corporate Citizenship, Global Head of Art

Moderator

I-Cheng(I.C.) Liu / Managing Director, Investment Banking of BARCLAYS Bank PLC Taipei Brach

Nowadays, collecting art works and sponsoring art related events have become a world spread phenomena for the corporations. By putting the “Art-Based Initiatives, ABIs” in to practice, it will not only benefit the art sector, but also improve the brand image and the overall performance of the enterprise. In the “Art & Economy in Perspective Workshops - The Value of Arts for Business and Institution” session, the Global head of Art from the Deutsche Bank AG, Mr. Friedhelm Hütte, will be sharing the strategies and the prospects of this significant benefactor within the art world. Hopefully, new patterns of cooperation and further win-win situations among the participants will be created through the interflow of this workshop session.

ArtPP: Digital Marketing & Statistical Analysis for Art Market
3.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Speaker
Long-sheng SHIH / Executive Director of the Taipei Art Economy Research Centre

In response to the high demand for first-hand market data research, Mr. Longsheng Shi, the Executive Director of Taipei Art Economy Research Center, will lead the participants to focus on the visual arts mobile device web page (ArtPP). While sharing the creative process for this platform and offering a live demonstration, he also hopes that it would inspire more innovative application of Big Data trends in the visual art industry.

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Date: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Venue: Eslite Book Store Xinyi Branch 6F Audio-Visual Room

Observations: Contemporary Art Practices in Central Asia, the Middle East, and South Asia


10.00 am 12.00 pm

Speaker
Leeza Ahmady / Independent Curator and Educator

Ombretta Agrò Andruff / Independent Curator and Art Consultant

Moderator

CHEN Wei-ching, Joanne/ Founder, inCube Arts, New York



*Programme may be subject to change.

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