THE ART OF JOURNALISM: HOW DO JOURNALISTS SHAPE OR INFLUENCE THE ART MARKET?
Chaired by Thomas Marks, the panel includes Emma Crichton Miller and Kamiar Maleki. Together they will explore the influence journalism has on the art market and how changes in media over the last 25 years have affected the art world.
2018 marks the 25th anniversary of Dickinson Gallery. To celebrate this milestone, Dickinson Discusses, an international series of talks, looks to investigate changes in the art market since the gallery’s foundation. Aimed at demystifying the art world, these talks represent Dickinson’s ongoing mission to promote dependable expertise, transparency, and guided access for collectors.
Dr Thomas Marks, writer and Editor, Apollo
Since 2013, Thomas has been editor of Apollo magazine – celebrated for authoritative writing about art, collecting and museums, and commentary on the art market. During his editorship, he has relaunched the Apollo website as a forum for daily art news and comment, and established the Apollo 40 Under 40, an initiative celebrating talented young people in the art world. Educated at Pembroke College, Cambridge, and Magdalen College, Oxford, Thomas lectures widely and has written on art and literature for a broad range of publications, including The Telegraph, the Times Literary Supplement, Literary Review, and Prospect.
Emma Crichton-Miller, Financial Times, RA Magazine, Apollo
Freelance journalist, writer and art market specialist, Emma Crichton Miller has been writing about art for over 15 years. Before that, as director of an independent television production company, she produced arts and science documentaries for the BBC and Channel Four. As a regular contributor to Apollo, RA Magazine, Prospect and Financial Times, Emma is a specialist in collecting and writes about art, design and craft. She writes a monthly column in Apollo Magazine on the art market. She has written numerous exhibition catalogue essays and a monographic essay on artist Edmund de Waal for Phaidon.
Kamiar Maleki, collector and Director of Contemporary Istanbul.
Over the last 20 years, Kamiar Maleki has been a keen patron and collector of contemporary art and emerging artists, was a founding member of the ICA’s Young Patrons, and is a Young Patron to both Tate and Parasol Unit Foundation. In 2016, Kamiar became Director of Contemporary Istanbul Fair, and he advises a number of international art fairs including Frieze and Photo London, as well as the Agha Khan Museum.
This talk is complimentary.
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