Over the last few weeks, we’ve discussed some of the panels and presentations at Artelligence on Thursday, September 13th at the New York Athletic Club. Noah Horowitz will lead a panel on the future of art fairs that will begin with a presentation of research on gallery performance at fairs. Allen Hansen will discuss with Arthur Goldberg his experiences collecting photography as Contemporary art. Michael Findlay will give the benefit of his decades experience in the art market to argue that we focus too much on the mechanics of buying and selling art and not enough on the art itself.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s Benjamin Mandel will present his research on the changing nature of the international art buyer by looking at the Internationalization of Chinese Art. Josh Baer and Ralph Lerner will discuss 1031 Exchanges.
Finally, Todd Levin will talk to Marion Maneker about his experiences in two artist’s markets that have been very active in recent years: Gerhard Richter’s and Alexander Calder’s. In addition, attendees will receive an ArtTactic report on the Calder market that details the recent rise of Calder’s work to blue chip status. Marion Maneker will present the report’s highlights and there will be discussion