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Theme: The Asset Value of Social Justice in Art

February 15th, 2023 | London

Art Campus was launched to be a “safe haven” for those individuals wanting to learn more about art and the cultural but not coming from a background in art.  It is also a cross-over between the financial services arena and the artistic community. 

Art Campus is an event and community designed for deeper patron and advisor education regarding responsible selection, maintenance and ownership within the broader spectrum of the fine arts.  Hence, the term, arts-campus highlighting, as at a university the varied “majors”, falling under the title of a campus. 

The community incompasses investment advisors, family offices, museum directors, institutional investors, patrons, foundations, asset allocators that are engaged on both the buy and sell side of the fine arts.  Focus is on quality guests that are interested in engagement and discussion and not primarily for networking.  Quality, not quantity.

The physical event takes place in London. Our virtual series, Art Campus Truffle Talks are virtual only as 1 hour in depth segments within a series where we take a deep dive into a specific theme with one guest.

View the details of the last event.

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Katalin Andreides

Founder and Director, ANDREIDES LAW

Katalin Andreides is a Rome-based EU art lawyer who advises HNW clients, art dealers, galleries, financial institutions, artists and artists‘ studios and estates in a number of regions including Italy, France, Monaco and Hungary. Her practice includes the full spectrum of transactional, advisory and dispute resolution services pertaining to art. Katalin’s focus has been the contemporary art market in Europe, but she has also advised her clients on legal issues surrounding antiquities, old masters and modern works of art. She has particular experience in navigating the European export license regime and cross-border inheritance management involving art and other collectible chattels.

Katalin is a CAfA-appointed (Court of Arbitration for Art) Arbitrator. She is a member of the Institute of Art and Law, London, TIAMSA (the International Art Market Studies Association) and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. She serves as an Officer on the Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Committee of the International Bar Association.

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Colinne S. Bartel

Art-Campus Founder

Colinne S. Bartel is the owner of Truffle Time, a subsidiary of AC Innovation GmbH. AC Innovation serves as a marketing and business development catalyst for entrepreneurs. As chief project manager, Ms. Bartel was responsible for capital expenditures and acquisition integration for an Advent International portfolio company that executed one of the fastest growing telecommunications buy & build projects in Europe. After finalizing her MBA and a research trip in East Africa in 2002, Colinne joined McKinsey & Company. Ms. Bartel holds a B.A. in Political Science from University of California, Los Angeles, an M.A. in International Relations from the Claremont Graduate School and a dual MBA in Strategy and Finance from The Peter F. Drucker School of Management and the EDHEC Business School. Her passions are sports, the arts and cultural exchange.

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Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons

Internationally Renowned Artist, Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts, founder of Intermittent Rivers, a Biennial Project in Matanzas, Cuba, and founder for the Engine for Art Democracy and Justice (EADJ), a trans-institutional initiative with Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, Frist Art Museum, and Millions of Conversations

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is an artist and the Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts at Vanderbilt University. She is the founder for the Engine for Art, Democracy, and Justice (EADJ) program at Vanderbilt University, and she is the founder for Intermittent Rivers, a biennial project in Matanzas, Cuba. Campos-Pons has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and the National Gallery of Canada, among other distinguished institutions. She has participated in the 49th Venice Biennial, the 55th Venice Biennial, and Documenta 14.

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KATE DAUDY

UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age

Daudy is a London-based visual artist recognised for her work exploring and re-evaluating the human experience in the context of the natural world. Known for her written interventions in public and private spaces, Daudy’s work is based on an ancient Chinese literati practice. Although disruptive, her work is full of optimism; current world circumstances seem dire, but the future remains in our hands. Previous highlights include exhibitions for Saatchi Gallery, South Bank Centre and St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Globally, Daudy has exhibited in Granada, Madrid, New York, Palermo, Paris and Jordan.

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Gareth Fletcher

Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Programme Director, MA Art Logistics, London

Gareth Fletcher lectures on a range of subjects across Art Logistics and Art Business. As well as his role as Programme Director for MA in Art Logistics, he is Leader of the Art Crime online intensive course. He also lectures the application and adoption of blockchain systems within the art market for the Art & Tech: Data, Market Analysis and Blockchain online intensive programme. He has received a TECHNE AHRC scholarship to pursue his PhD examining the semiotics of provenance information in the establishment of cultural and economic value in the market for Near Eastern antiquities. His current research explores the interface between the contextual information of cultural objects and technology, and the integration of traditional art market processes within Web 3.0 applications. He sits on the Advisory Board for the Responsible Art Market (RAM) London Committee.

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Bruce Pearson

Artist, Vice-President of Artists for Nature Foundation, Former President of The Society for Wildlife Artists

Bruce lives in central Cambridge and works from a studio nearby. As a professional artist for over 45 years he has travelled widely in search of subjects — from the Arctic and Antarctica, to Africa, much of Europe, and the Americas. The essential element in his practice is fieldwork observing the rhythm and restlessness of wildlife and elemental landscapes, as well as when people sometimes interact with both, creating powerful images and dramatic themes. The result can be a few small sketches — or a larger more considered and ambitious drawing or painting. Or it can be a range of snatched ideas, fragments and incomplete work that is taken back to the studio where the accumulation of creative debris provides new inspiration and fresh starting points for new work, sometimes in a completely new medium.

As well as exhibiting in UK galleries and overseas, Bruce has also written and illustrated a number of books. Among them An Artist on Migration (1991) a personal interpretation of the annual journeys make flowing with the seasons between Europe and Africa, and Troubled Waters — Trailing the Albatross, an Artist’s Journey (2011) that follows the lives and fortunes of countless seabirds that collide with industrial fishing interests on the open ocean.

Bruce was elected an SWLA member in 1978 and served as president of the society 1994 — 2004 and is currently vice president. He is also vice president of the Artists for Nature Foundation.

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Katalin Andreides

Founder and Director, ANDREIDES LAW

Katalin Andreides is a Rome-based EU art lawyer who advises HNW clients, art dealers, galleries, financial institutions, artists and artists‘ studios and estates in a number of regions including Italy, France, Monaco and Hungary. Her practice includes the full spectrum of transactional, advisory and dispute resolution services pertaining to art. Katalin’s focus has been the contemporary art market in Europe, but she has also advised her clients on legal issues surrounding antiquities, old masters and modern works of art. She has particular experience in navigating the European export license regime and cross-border inheritance management involving art and other collectible chattels.

Katalin is a CAfA-appointed (Court of Arbitration for Art) Arbitrator. She is a member of the Institute of Art and Law, London, TIAMSA (the International Art Market Studies Association) and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. She serves as an Officer on the Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Committee of the International Bar Association.

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Colinne S. Bartel

Art-Campus Founder

Colinne S. Bartel is the owner of Truffle Time, a subsidiary of AC Innovation GmbH. AC Innovation serves as a marketing and business development catalyst for entrepreneurs. As chief project manager, Ms. Bartel was responsible for capital expenditures and acquisition integration for an Advent International portfolio company that executed one of the fastest growing telecommunications buy & build projects in Europe. After finalizing her MBA and a research trip in East Africa in 2002, Colinne joined McKinsey & Company. Ms. Bartel holds a B.A. in Political Science from University of California, Los Angeles, an M.A. in International Relations from the Claremont Graduate School and a dual MBA in Strategy and Finance from The Peter F. Drucker School of Management and the EDHEC Business School. Her passions are sports, the arts and cultural exchange.

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Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons

Internationally Renowned Artist, Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts, founder of Intermittent Rivers, a Biennial Project in Matanzas, Cuba, and founder for the Engine for Art Democracy and Justice (EADJ), a trans-institutional initiative with Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, Frist Art Museum, and Millions of Conversations

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is an artist and the Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts at Vanderbilt University. She is the founder for the Engine for Art, Democracy, and Justice (EADJ) program at Vanderbilt University, and she is the founder for Intermittent Rivers, a biennial project in Matanzas, Cuba. Campos-Pons has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and the National Gallery of Canada, among other distinguished institutions. She has participated in the 49th Venice Biennial, the 55th Venice Biennial, and Documenta 14.

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KATE DAUDY

UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age

Daudy is a London-based visual artist recognised for her work exploring and re-evaluating the human experience in the context of the natural world. Known for her written interventions in public and private spaces, Daudy’s work is based on an ancient Chinese literati practice. Although disruptive, her work is full of optimism; current world circumstances seem dire, but the future remains in our hands. Previous highlights include exhibitions for Saatchi Gallery, South Bank Centre and St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Globally, Daudy has exhibited in Granada, Madrid, New York, Palermo, Paris and Jordan.

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Gareth Fletcher

Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Programme Director, MA Art Logistics, London

Gareth Fletcher lectures on a range of subjects across Art Logistics and Art Business. As well as his role as Programme Director for MA in Art Logistics, he is Leader of the Art Crime online intensive course. He also lectures the application and adoption of blockchain systems within the art market for the Art & Tech: Data, Market Analysis and Blockchain online intensive programme. He has received a TECHNE AHRC scholarship to pursue his PhD examining the semiotics of provenance information in the establishment of cultural and economic value in the market for Near Eastern antiquities. His current research explores the interface between the contextual information of cultural objects and technology, and the integration of traditional art market processes within Web 3.0 applications. He sits on the Advisory Board for the Responsible Art Market (RAM) London Committee.

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Dr. Thomas Flynn

Co-Founder, Flynn & Giovani Art Provenance Research, Visiting Lecturer at Christie’s Education

Dr. Flynn is co-founder with Angelina Giovani-Agha of Flynn & Giovani Art Provenance Research. He is a UK-based art historian and a specialist in the professional practices of the international art market, historical and contemporary sculpture, museology, and issues in art crime and cultural heritage. Tom is a graduate of the University of Sussex and the Royal College of Art. He completed his doctorate at the University of Sussex in 1998. A former journalist at The Art Newspaper, his writing has appeared in numerous international art market publications. He has held board positions with art price data company Invaluable and the contemporary print retailer Eyestorm. He was Senior Lecturer at Kingston College of Art from 2010-2017, directing the RICS-Accredited MA in Art Appraisal (Professional Practice) and has taught at Sussex University; IESA (Paris and London); Richmond, the American University in London, and is currently a visiting lecturer at Christie’s Education. He co-edited (with Dr Tim Barringer) Colonialism and the Object: Empire, Material Culture and the Museum (Routledge, 1997).

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Bruce Pearson

Artist, Vice-President of Artists for Nature Foundation, Former President of The Society for Wildlife Artists

Bruce lives in central Cambridge and works from a studio nearby. As a professional artist for over 45 years he has travelled widely in search of subjects — from the Arctic and Antarctica, to Africa, much of Europe, and the Americas. The essential element in his practice is fieldwork observing the rhythm and restlessness of wildlife and elemental landscapes, as well as when people sometimes interact with both, creating powerful images and dramatic themes. The result can be a few small sketches — or a larger more considered and ambitious drawing or painting. Or it can be a range of snatched ideas, fragments and incomplete work that is taken back to the studio where the accumulation of creative debris provides new inspiration and fresh starting points for new work, sometimes in a completely new medium.

As well as exhibiting in UK galleries and overseas, Bruce has also written and illustrated a number of books. Among them An Artist on Migration (1991) a personal interpretation of the annual journeys make flowing with the seasons between Europe and Africa, and Troubled Waters — Trailing the Albatross, an Artist’s Journey (2011) that follows the lives and fortunes of countless seabirds that collide with industrial fishing interests on the open ocean.

Bruce was elected an SWLA member in 1978 and served as president of the society 1994 — 2004 and is currently vice president. He is also vice president of the Artists for Nature Foundation.

Theme 2023: The Asset Value of Social Justice in Art

Many social movements have launched their beginnings in art.  As movements grow, art can play a pivotal role but does the effect of art extend past the art community or is social justice art just art for art’s sake?  What is the financial value of social justice art?  Can we trace the correlation in social change in the society to art?  How is social influence related then to the value of art as an asset?


Each panel has a planned 15min active Q&A session with both the speaker and audience.

08:15 Registration and Coffee
08:30 – 08:45 Welcome and Introduction
Colinne S. Bartel
08:45 – 09:30 Can Art Truly Contribute to Social Change?
The installation by Kate Daudy of a tent made from UNHCR tents has made its impression on many corners of the world. In an interview format, Kate will discuss the creative process and feedback received about the tent and its long term impact.
Kate Daudy, UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age
09:45 – 10:30 The Political and Financial Growth of Social Justice
In an era where statues of Confederate soldiers and generals are being toppled, EADJ was launched to discuss how art can be used to promote democracy and justice. The growth of the movements and its acceptance along with the growth of its value both monetarily and socially.
Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons, The Engine for Art, Democracy and Justice founder and energy catalyst from Vanderbilt University
Katalin Andreides, Founder and Director at ANDREIDES LAW
10:45 – 11:30 Defining Responsibility in Art and the Art Market
Gareth Fletcher, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Programme Director, MA Art Logistics, London
Bruce Pearson, Artist, Vice-President of Artists for Nature Foundation, Former President of The Society for Wildlife Artists
11:30 – 12:00 End of art-campus 2023, with lite lunch

Collaboration partners

Artists for Nature Foundation (ANF)

Established in 1990 Artists for Nature Foundation (ANF) is a unique organisation that uses the creative output of artists producing paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures, inspired and mostly created on location by renowned and talented artists from all over the world as a medium to draw attention to the need for nature to be appreciated as an essential element of sustainable development.

ANF is a small and flexible organisation that cooperates closely with internationally recognised organisations and NGO’s like World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Crossbill Foundation, the Wildlife Trusts in the UK, Birdlife International and others. With the headoffice based in the Netherlands, ANF has branches in several countries around the globe.

ANF acts as a catalyst for nature conservation and is not itself a formal nature conservation organisation. It draws the attention of policy-formulators and decision-makers to the natural world by enabling groups of influential and talented artists to capture the spirit of endangered landscapes and species in their natural habitat

BABY GIANT

Baby Giant Hollyberg is an American/ German innovative content studio focused on the production of high caliber computer-generated entertainment for worldwide audiences. Baby Giant specializes in the creation of healthy, sustainable IPs with exploitation potential in all media forms. The core foundation of all of Baby Giant’s animated projects is that they are unique and distinct ideas and stories set in fantastic imaginary worlds. The studio was founded in 2016 by the US/ Canadian-filmmaker Jimmy Hayward, the US producer Christopher DiGiovanni and the German producers Daniel von Braun and Heiko Nemmert.

CFA Society of the UK

CFA UK is a professional membership body representing 12,000 investment professionals in the UK – dedicated to educating, inspiring and connecting the investment community to build a sustainable future.

Engine for Art, Democracy, and Justice (EADJ)

This trans-institutional initiative is an ongoing collaboration between Fisk UniversityFrist Art MuseumMillions of Conversations, and Vanderbilt University that explores creative approaches to living together in the South(s)!

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Become a partner

Would you like to become a partner of the event? Contact us at usp@acinnovation.com

Art Campus is not limited to one asset class but fine arts and luxury in total as the community has overlapping engagements and holdings across the arts so a specific targeting of say, only art, is too narrow in scope.

Engaged parties in the arts do not need to attend a conference on how to build a collection. What does provide value is an overview from experts on how the international art market is undergoing change and why. How should an UHNW consultant advise their client(s) on a donation to a symphony orchestra if there is no family or other connection? How are valuation of instruments changing over time? What is the true status of piracy on the open seas for yacht owners and enthusiasts. Does wine have a limitation on value and what are the value cycles for which wines over the last 100 years? How is the supply chain of luxury impacting the environment and topics surrounding ethical sourcing.

These are just some of the topics the conference will address either in 2020 or beyond. The conference is also intended to be a cultural exchange between and amongst all participants whether guest, speaker or sponsor. Topics are altered to reflect the interests of the participants and the current market.

About

Art Campus was launched to be a “safe haven” for those individuals wanting to learn more about art and the cultural but not coming from a background in art.  It is also a cross-over between the financial services arena and the artistic community. 

Art Campus is an event and community designed for deeper patron and advisor education regarding responsible selection, maintenance and ownership within the broader spectrum of the fine arts.  Hence, the term, arts-campus highlighting, as at a university the varied “majors”, falling under the title of a campus. 

The community incompasses investment advisors, family offices, museum directors, institutional investors, patrons, foundations, asset allocators that are engaged on both the buy and sell side of the fine arts.  Focus is on quality guests that are interested in engagement and discussion and not primarily for networking.  Quality, not quantity.

The physical event takes place in London. Our virtual series, Art Campus Truffle Talks are virtual only as 1 hour in depth segments within a series where we take a deep dive into a specific theme with one guest.

View the details of the last event.

Speakers
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Katalin Andreides

Founder and Director, ANDREIDES LAW

Katalin Andreides is a Rome-based EU art lawyer who advises HNW clients, art dealers, galleries, financial institutions, artists and artists‘ studios and estates in a number of regions including Italy, France, Monaco and Hungary. Her practice includes the full spectrum of transactional, advisory and dispute resolution services pertaining to art. Katalin’s focus has been the contemporary art market in Europe, but she has also advised her clients on legal issues surrounding antiquities, old masters and modern works of art. She has particular experience in navigating the European export license regime and cross-border inheritance management involving art and other collectible chattels.

Katalin is a CAfA-appointed (Court of Arbitration for Art) Arbitrator. She is a member of the Institute of Art and Law, London, TIAMSA (the International Art Market Studies Association) and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. She serves as an Officer on the Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Committee of the International Bar Association.

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Colinne S. Bartel

Art-Campus Founder

Colinne S. Bartel is the owner of Truffle Time, a subsidiary of AC Innovation GmbH. AC Innovation serves as a marketing and business development catalyst for entrepreneurs. As chief project manager, Ms. Bartel was responsible for capital expenditures and acquisition integration for an Advent International portfolio company that executed one of the fastest growing telecommunications buy & build projects in Europe. After finalizing her MBA and a research trip in East Africa in 2002, Colinne joined McKinsey & Company. Ms. Bartel holds a B.A. in Political Science from University of California, Los Angeles, an M.A. in International Relations from the Claremont Graduate School and a dual MBA in Strategy and Finance from The Peter F. Drucker School of Management and the EDHEC Business School. Her passions are sports, the arts and cultural exchange.

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Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons

Internationally Renowned Artist, Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts, founder of Intermittent Rivers, a Biennial Project in Matanzas, Cuba, and founder for the Engine for Art Democracy and Justice (EADJ), a trans-institutional initiative with Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, Frist Art Museum, and Millions of Conversations

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is an artist and the Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts at Vanderbilt University. She is the founder for the Engine for Art, Democracy, and Justice (EADJ) program at Vanderbilt University, and she is the founder for Intermittent Rivers, a biennial project in Matanzas, Cuba. Campos-Pons has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and the National Gallery of Canada, among other distinguished institutions. She has participated in the 49th Venice Biennial, the 55th Venice Biennial, and Documenta 14.

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KATE DAUDY

UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age

Daudy is a London-based visual artist recognised for her work exploring and re-evaluating the human experience in the context of the natural world. Known for her written interventions in public and private spaces, Daudy’s work is based on an ancient Chinese literati practice. Although disruptive, her work is full of optimism; current world circumstances seem dire, but the future remains in our hands. Previous highlights include exhibitions for Saatchi Gallery, South Bank Centre and St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Globally, Daudy has exhibited in Granada, Madrid, New York, Palermo, Paris and Jordan.

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Gareth Fletcher

Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Programme Director, MA Art Logistics, London

Gareth Fletcher lectures on a range of subjects across Art Logistics and Art Business. As well as his role as Programme Director for MA in Art Logistics, he is Leader of the Art Crime online intensive course. He also lectures the application and adoption of blockchain systems within the art market for the Art & Tech: Data, Market Analysis and Blockchain online intensive programme. He has received a TECHNE AHRC scholarship to pursue his PhD examining the semiotics of provenance information in the establishment of cultural and economic value in the market for Near Eastern antiquities. His current research explores the interface between the contextual information of cultural objects and technology, and the integration of traditional art market processes within Web 3.0 applications. He sits on the Advisory Board for the Responsible Art Market (RAM) London Committee.

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Bruce Pearson

Artist, Vice-President of Artists for Nature Foundation, Former President of The Society for Wildlife Artists

Bruce lives in central Cambridge and works from a studio nearby. As a professional artist for over 45 years he has travelled widely in search of subjects — from the Arctic and Antarctica, to Africa, much of Europe, and the Americas. The essential element in his practice is fieldwork observing the rhythm and restlessness of wildlife and elemental landscapes, as well as when people sometimes interact with both, creating powerful images and dramatic themes. The result can be a few small sketches — or a larger more considered and ambitious drawing or painting. Or it can be a range of snatched ideas, fragments and incomplete work that is taken back to the studio where the accumulation of creative debris provides new inspiration and fresh starting points for new work, sometimes in a completely new medium.

As well as exhibiting in UK galleries and overseas, Bruce has also written and illustrated a number of books. Among them An Artist on Migration (1991) a personal interpretation of the annual journeys make flowing with the seasons between Europe and Africa, and Troubled Waters — Trailing the Albatross, an Artist’s Journey (2011) that follows the lives and fortunes of countless seabirds that collide with industrial fishing interests on the open ocean.

Bruce was elected an SWLA member in 1978 and served as president of the society 1994 — 2004 and is currently vice president. He is also vice president of the Artists for Nature Foundation.

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Katalin Andreides

Founder and Director, ANDREIDES LAW

Katalin Andreides is a Rome-based EU art lawyer who advises HNW clients, art dealers, galleries, financial institutions, artists and artists‘ studios and estates in a number of regions including Italy, France, Monaco and Hungary. Her practice includes the full spectrum of transactional, advisory and dispute resolution services pertaining to art. Katalin’s focus has been the contemporary art market in Europe, but she has also advised her clients on legal issues surrounding antiquities, old masters and modern works of art. She has particular experience in navigating the European export license regime and cross-border inheritance management involving art and other collectible chattels.

Katalin is a CAfA-appointed (Court of Arbitration for Art) Arbitrator. She is a member of the Institute of Art and Law, London, TIAMSA (the International Art Market Studies Association) and the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. She serves as an Officer on the Art, Cultural Institutions and Heritage Committee of the International Bar Association.

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Colinne S. Bartel

Art-Campus Founder

Colinne S. Bartel is the owner of Truffle Time, a subsidiary of AC Innovation GmbH. AC Innovation serves as a marketing and business development catalyst for entrepreneurs. As chief project manager, Ms. Bartel was responsible for capital expenditures and acquisition integration for an Advent International portfolio company that executed one of the fastest growing telecommunications buy & build projects in Europe. After finalizing her MBA and a research trip in East Africa in 2002, Colinne joined McKinsey & Company. Ms. Bartel holds a B.A. in Political Science from University of California, Los Angeles, an M.A. in International Relations from the Claremont Graduate School and a dual MBA in Strategy and Finance from The Peter F. Drucker School of Management and the EDHEC Business School. Her passions are sports, the arts and cultural exchange.

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Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons

Internationally Renowned Artist, Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts, founder of Intermittent Rivers, a Biennial Project in Matanzas, Cuba, and founder for the Engine for Art Democracy and Justice (EADJ), a trans-institutional initiative with Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, Frist Art Museum, and Millions of Conversations

María Magdalena Campos-Pons is an artist and the Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts at Vanderbilt University. She is the founder for the Engine for Art, Democracy, and Justice (EADJ) program at Vanderbilt University, and she is the founder for Intermittent Rivers, a biennial project in Matanzas, Cuba. Campos-Pons has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, and the National Gallery of Canada, among other distinguished institutions. She has participated in the 49th Venice Biennial, the 55th Venice Biennial, and Documenta 14.

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KATE DAUDY

UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age

Daudy is a London-based visual artist recognised for her work exploring and re-evaluating the human experience in the context of the natural world. Known for her written interventions in public and private spaces, Daudy’s work is based on an ancient Chinese literati practice. Although disruptive, her work is full of optimism; current world circumstances seem dire, but the future remains in our hands. Previous highlights include exhibitions for Saatchi Gallery, South Bank Centre and St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Globally, Daudy has exhibited in Granada, Madrid, New York, Palermo, Paris and Jordan.

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Gareth Fletcher

Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Programme Director, MA Art Logistics, London

Gareth Fletcher lectures on a range of subjects across Art Logistics and Art Business. As well as his role as Programme Director for MA in Art Logistics, he is Leader of the Art Crime online intensive course. He also lectures the application and adoption of blockchain systems within the art market for the Art & Tech: Data, Market Analysis and Blockchain online intensive programme. He has received a TECHNE AHRC scholarship to pursue his PhD examining the semiotics of provenance information in the establishment of cultural and economic value in the market for Near Eastern antiquities. His current research explores the interface between the contextual information of cultural objects and technology, and the integration of traditional art market processes within Web 3.0 applications. He sits on the Advisory Board for the Responsible Art Market (RAM) London Committee.

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Dr. Thomas Flynn

Co-Founder, Flynn & Giovani Art Provenance Research, Visiting Lecturer at Christie’s Education

Dr. Flynn is co-founder with Angelina Giovani-Agha of Flynn & Giovani Art Provenance Research. He is a UK-based art historian and a specialist in the professional practices of the international art market, historical and contemporary sculpture, museology, and issues in art crime and cultural heritage. Tom is a graduate of the University of Sussex and the Royal College of Art. He completed his doctorate at the University of Sussex in 1998. A former journalist at The Art Newspaper, his writing has appeared in numerous international art market publications. He has held board positions with art price data company Invaluable and the contemporary print retailer Eyestorm. He was Senior Lecturer at Kingston College of Art from 2010-2017, directing the RICS-Accredited MA in Art Appraisal (Professional Practice) and has taught at Sussex University; IESA (Paris and London); Richmond, the American University in London, and is currently a visiting lecturer at Christie’s Education. He co-edited (with Dr Tim Barringer) Colonialism and the Object: Empire, Material Culture and the Museum (Routledge, 1997).

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Bruce Pearson

Artist, Vice-President of Artists for Nature Foundation, Former President of The Society for Wildlife Artists

Bruce lives in central Cambridge and works from a studio nearby. As a professional artist for over 45 years he has travelled widely in search of subjects — from the Arctic and Antarctica, to Africa, much of Europe, and the Americas. The essential element in his practice is fieldwork observing the rhythm and restlessness of wildlife and elemental landscapes, as well as when people sometimes interact with both, creating powerful images and dramatic themes. The result can be a few small sketches — or a larger more considered and ambitious drawing or painting. Or it can be a range of snatched ideas, fragments and incomplete work that is taken back to the studio where the accumulation of creative debris provides new inspiration and fresh starting points for new work, sometimes in a completely new medium.

As well as exhibiting in UK galleries and overseas, Bruce has also written and illustrated a number of books. Among them An Artist on Migration (1991) a personal interpretation of the annual journeys make flowing with the seasons between Europe and Africa, and Troubled Waters — Trailing the Albatross, an Artist’s Journey (2011) that follows the lives and fortunes of countless seabirds that collide with industrial fishing interests on the open ocean.

Bruce was elected an SWLA member in 1978 and served as president of the society 1994 — 2004 and is currently vice president. He is also vice president of the Artists for Nature Foundation.

Agenda

Theme 2023: The Asset Value of Social Justice in Art

Many social movements have launched their beginnings in art.  As movements grow, art can play a pivotal role but does the effect of art extend past the art community or is social justice art just art for art’s sake?  What is the financial value of social justice art?  Can we trace the correlation in social change in the society to art?  How is social influence related then to the value of art as an asset?


Each panel has a planned 15min active Q&A session with both the speaker and audience.

08:15 Registration and Coffee
08:30 – 08:45 Welcome and Introduction
Colinne S. Bartel
08:45 – 09:30 Can Art Truly Contribute to Social Change?
The installation by Kate Daudy of a tent made from UNHCR tents has made its impression on many corners of the world. In an interview format, Kate will discuss the creative process and feedback received about the tent and its long term impact.
Kate Daudy, UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age
09:45 – 10:30 The Political and Financial Growth of Social Justice
In an era where statues of Confederate soldiers and generals are being toppled, EADJ was launched to discuss how art can be used to promote democracy and justice. The growth of the movements and its acceptance along with the growth of its value both monetarily and socially.
Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons, The Engine for Art, Democracy and Justice founder and energy catalyst from Vanderbilt University
Katalin Andreides, Founder and Director at ANDREIDES LAW
10:45 – 11:30 Defining Responsibility in Art and the Art Market
Gareth Fletcher, Sotheby’s Institute of Art-Programme Director, MA Art Logistics, London
Bruce Pearson, Artist, Vice-President of Artists for Nature Foundation, Former President of The Society for Wildlife Artists
11:30 – 12:00 End of art-campus 2023, with lite lunch
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Partners

Collaboration partners

Artists for Nature Foundation (ANF)

Established in 1990 Artists for Nature Foundation (ANF) is a unique organisation that uses the creative output of artists producing paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures, inspired and mostly created on location by renowned and talented artists from all over the world as a medium to draw attention to the need for nature to be appreciated as an essential element of sustainable development.

ANF is a small and flexible organisation that cooperates closely with internationally recognised organisations and NGO’s like World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Crossbill Foundation, the Wildlife Trusts in the UK, Birdlife International and others. With the headoffice based in the Netherlands, ANF has branches in several countries around the globe.

ANF acts as a catalyst for nature conservation and is not itself a formal nature conservation organisation. It draws the attention of policy-formulators and decision-makers to the natural world by enabling groups of influential and talented artists to capture the spirit of endangered landscapes and species in their natural habitat

BABY GIANT

Baby Giant Hollyberg is an American/ German innovative content studio focused on the production of high caliber computer-generated entertainment for worldwide audiences. Baby Giant specializes in the creation of healthy, sustainable IPs with exploitation potential in all media forms. The core foundation of all of Baby Giant’s animated projects is that they are unique and distinct ideas and stories set in fantastic imaginary worlds. The studio was founded in 2016 by the US/ Canadian-filmmaker Jimmy Hayward, the US producer Christopher DiGiovanni and the German producers Daniel von Braun and Heiko Nemmert.

CFA Society of the UK

CFA UK is a professional membership body representing 12,000 investment professionals in the UK – dedicated to educating, inspiring and connecting the investment community to build a sustainable future.

Engine for Art, Democracy, and Justice (EADJ)

This trans-institutional initiative is an ongoing collaboration between Fisk UniversityFrist Art MuseumMillions of Conversations, and Vanderbilt University that explores creative approaches to living together in the South(s)!

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Become a partner

Would you like to become a partner of the event? Contact us at usp@acinnovation.com

Why attend

Art Campus is not limited to one asset class but fine arts and luxury in total as the community has overlapping engagements and holdings across the arts so a specific targeting of say, only art, is too narrow in scope.

Engaged parties in the arts do not need to attend a conference on how to build a collection. What does provide value is an overview from experts on how the international art market is undergoing change and why. How should an UHNW consultant advise their client(s) on a donation to a symphony orchestra if there is no family or other connection? How are valuation of instruments changing over time? What is the true status of piracy on the open seas for yacht owners and enthusiasts. Does wine have a limitation on value and what are the value cycles for which wines over the last 100 years? How is the supply chain of luxury impacting the environment and topics surrounding ethical sourcing.

These are just some of the topics the conference will address either in 2020 or beyond. The conference is also intended to be a cultural exchange between and amongst all participants whether guest, speaker or sponsor. Topics are altered to reflect the interests of the participants and the current market.

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