ART COLOGNE 2023 Art Talks 19.11.2023

Sunday, 19.11.2023

12:00-1:00 p.m.
Long live art! 70 years of ars viva.
What kinds of spaces does art need? About the challenge of installation art for private collections and museums – perspectives of possible cooperation(s).
With Daniel Lie, ars viva prize winner 2023, Mischa Kuball, ars viva prize winner 1990, Dr. Anne Vieth, Head of Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, Min-young Jeon, Visual Arts Program, Kulturkreis.
Host: Prasanna Oommen

1:00-6:00 p.m.
Talk series “Forever Art / Indestructible. What makes art so valuable – and so indestructible?“

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Archive art. About (art) books as timeless repositories of knowledge.
A life with books: Walther König, bookseller and Art Cologne prize winner in conversation with Regina Wyrwoll, author and journalist.
Host: Kathrin Luz

2:00-3:00 p.m.
Global hub art market. About the right and important channels for purchasing art.
Art between investment and speculation: Dirk Boll, Christie’s, in conversation with Birgit Maria Sturm, BVDG.
Host: Kathrin Luz

3:00-4:00 p.m.
Crime scene art world. About the various ways for the appropriation of art.
Art between buying and stealing: Stefan Koldehoff, Deutschlandradio, in conversation with Andreas Blühm, Groninger Museum.
Host: Kathrin Luz

4:00-5:00 p.m.
Value analysis artwork. About objective definition of value and subjective purchase decisions.
Criteria of art and art market: Sasa Hanten Schmidt, expert, author and collector, in conversation with Wolfgang Ullrich, art theorist.
Host: Kathrin Luz

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