Art for Breakfast: What to Look Out For at Art Basel 2019 - June 13, 2019 [...

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Asia Society Switzerland

Mühlebachstrasse 20

8008 Zürich

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Get your art update early! During Art Basel 2019 Asia Society Switzerland invites its members into its library for a light breakfast and a conversation heavy with fresh impressions. Two art industry people share their take on art just seen and the art to look out for. Art for Breakfast aims to be a meeting point at the start of the art day plenty of time left for the journey North.


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07:45 Doors open
08:00 Welcome by Katharina Viana-Bachmann
08:05 Art Update by Sarah Kenderdine & Katherine Don
09:00 End of Event


Space is limited and seats are awarded on a first come first serve basis.

Attendance is free. In order to avoid no-shows, a CHF 50 no-show fee will be charged if you do not cancel your registration until 24 hours before the event the latest.




Sarah Kenderdine

Is Professor of Digital Museology at the École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland where she has built a new laboratory for experimental museology (eM+). In addition, Sarah is Director and lead curator of EPFL's new art/science initiative, inaugurated in 2016 as ArtLab. She has produced 80 exhibitions and installations for museums worldwide, including a museum complex in India for which she received a number of major international awards. Sarah is considered a pioneer in the field of digital heritage, digital museology, digital humanities and data visualisation.


Katherine Don

Is the Head of Arts & Cultural Development at Asia Society Hong Kong. She oversees the gallery team in curating accessible and educational art exhibitions for our audience in Asia. Prior to joining ASHK, Katherine worked as Head of Contemporary Ink of Sotheby's Hong Kong. She brings over 15 years of experience with contemporary art in Asia, working to promote cross-cultural exchange between artists and patrons primarily in New York, Beijing and Hong Kong. Born in Hawaii, Katherine holds a dual-degree in Art History and East Asian Studies from Barnard College, Columbia University, and received an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management. She is currently a board member of the Honolulu Biennial Foundation in Hawaii and an academic advisor to the New Hall Art Collection of women's art at Cambridge University.

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