Art and Money – Deconstructing the art market with Julie Chun
Time & Location
About the Event
Art is perceived as possessing refined cultural value, which is why the monetary aspect is often obscured. Yet, art can only be circulated within a sphere of economic dependence that involves commercial galleries, museums, and art collectors. In this honest discussion with Julie Chun (Adjunct Professor of Art History who teaches at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics), we will explore the ways in which art “moves” beyond aesthetic contemplation.
Friday, November 15
1:45pm Registration, 2pm to 4pm
275 Anfu Rd., near Wukang Rd., building 16
(metro line 10 to Shanghai Library station, exit 1, 15-minute walk)
RMB 100 (includes coffee, tea, and light refreshments)
Please complete the online registration by November 10. The event costs must be paid in cash only. SEA coordinator is Julie Funk, mobile: 138-1874-8451.
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