International Conference – Negotiating art ǀ Dealers and museums


 

 On behalf consortium partner, the National Gallery, We are pleased to announce the publication of the conference programme for “Negotiating art ? Dealers and museums 1855-2015”, a two-day international conference to be held at the National Gallery, in association with the University of Manchester.

The conference has its origins in the acquisition of the Thos. Agnew & Sons archive by the National Gallery, and presents an array of experienced professionals, established generic isotretinoin price scholars, and emerging researchers exploring the complex, complementary and conflicting associations between art dealers and museums. Although focused on the London and British art market in the late 19th century, papers are spread across a range of geographical areas and extend to the present time, establishing connections and contrasts between places and periods.

 Friday 1 and Saturday 2 April 2016

Programme and booking details: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/calendar/negotiating-art-dealers-and-museums-1855-2015

 

 

Sainsbury Wing Lecture Theatre, National Gallery, London

 

 



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