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Speaking to the community: How is the gallery & museum model responding to...

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London Art Fair

Business Design Centre

52 Upper Street, Islington

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Galleries, museums and new spaces for art can be seen responding to a tightening world with shaping and sharing their spaces as a way to see the world and better connect with communities and audiences.

How are spaces maintaining relevancy for audiences?

What are the considerations of making art more accessible?

How is digital complementing audience outreach to best serve the gallery model?

What are the struggles of maintaining a business in today art market (galleries, museums, auction houses)?


Speakers include:

  • Alexander Caspari, Director of Encounter Contemporary

  • Calum Hall, Founder, Creative Debuts

  • Roberta Cremoncini, Director, Estorick collection,

  • Kathlene Fox-Davies, Co-founder, Black Box Projects

  • Tina Ziegler, Director of Moniker Art Fair

  • Chaired by Gemma Rolls Bentley, Artsy


This talk is free to attend with a valid entry ticket or invitation to the Fair. Tickets can be purchased here: londonartfair.co.uk/tickets

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52 Upper Street, Islington

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