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Galleries in Debate: Changes and Opportunitiesback

Roundtable “Means and reasons for internationalization”

Roundtable “Means and reasons for internationalization”

Training


Galleries in Debate: Changes and Opportunities was the first seminar held in Brazil aimed at professionals in the art market. The event discussed innovative perspectives on the sector with a special focus on the role of galleries in the current and future arts system. Brazilian and international guests debated with the public through roundtables, presentations, speed-dating sessions and workshops.


Idealized by the Latitude Project and curated by Benjamin Seroussi, Galleries in Debate: Changes and Opportunities brought together 220 professionals from the sector on March 27 and 28 at Itaú Cultural.


"Galerists, artists, fair directors, collectors, curators, critics, producers and representatives of cultural institutions, together with a wide range of specialists (assemblers, dispatchers, lawyers, among others), make up an ever-growing economic-cultural complex called the "art world". In this context, the work of art occupies a central place, determinant - and determined by the system in which it is inserted.The complex relations of cooperation that these agents weave between each other inform and impact the artistic production, its formats, their conditions of circulation, visibility and valorization. Galleries in Debate: Changes and Opportunities intends to expose these relations, to point out the challenges that they pose and to ascertain the knowledge of the sector about its own functioning." - Benjamin Seroussi


Guests
Ana Letícia Fialho - director of productive strategy of the Secretariat of Economy of Culture of the Ministry of Culture, Brasília, Brazil
Beto Shwafaty - artist, São Paulo, Brazil
Celso Grisi - partner of Tauil & Checker Associates to Mayer Brown LLP, São Paulo, Brazil
Christiano Braga - export manager, Apex-Brasil, Brasilia, Brazil
Francisco Salas - founding partner of Galería PM8, Vigo, Italy
Gisele Jordão - cultural manager and researcher at 3D3 Comunicação e Cultura and teacher at ESPM, São Paulo, Brazil
Ivo Mesquita - independent curator, São Paulo, Brazil
Jaqueline Martins - founding partner of Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo, Brazil
Jaqueline Uhlmann - manager of LISTE Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland
Jonathan T D Neil - director and global head of business development and director at Sotheby's Institute of Art, Los Angeles, United States
Llucià Homs - director of Talking Galleries, Barcelona, ​​Spain
Maria Baró - founding partner of Baró Galeria, São Paulo, Brazil
Marta Kolakowska - LETO Gallery partner and member of the Warwaw Gallery Weekend committee - Warsaw, Poland
Márcia Fortes - founding partner of Fortes D'Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo, Brazil
Pamela Echeverria - founding partner Labor, Mexico City, Mexico
Rosângela Rennó - artist, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Shifra Shalit - Director of Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
Thaís Rivitti - collaborator at Ateliê397, São Paulo, Brazil