Insegnamento a.a. 2022-2023

20805 - CONTEMPORARY ART MARKETS AND SYSTEMS II - GLOBAL ECONOMICS

Department of Social and Political Sciences

Course taught in English
Go to class group/s: 31
ACME (6 credits - II sem. - OBS  |  4 credits SECS-P/07  |  2 credits SECS-P/12)
Course Director:
STEFANO BAIA CURIONI

Classes: 31 (II sem.)
Instructors:
Class 31: STEFANO BAIA CURIONI


Lezioni della classe erogate in presenza

Mission & Content Summary

MISSION

The major in Arts and Heritage Management will delve into these issues during two, interconnected and integrated courses: Contemporary Art Markets and Systems, Foundations and Contemporary Art Markets and Systems, Global Economics. The first course will be devoted to a thick comprehension of the basic elements of the functioning of the Art World and to an articulated exploration of the relationship and co-existence of cultural and economic features in the Art System. The course Contemporary Art Markets and Systems, Global Economics will tackle the current market dynamics by looking at commercial actors and their challenges. Parallelly, the course will also offer a seminar-based session aimed at exposing the students to contemporary global debates on art critique and curatorial issues.

CONTENT SUMMARY

The course, teached by Marc Spiegler, actual director on Art Basel, Basel Miami, Basel Paris, Basel Hong Kong, as to say the most relevant Contemporary Art Fari system at world level, deep dive into the strategic and managerial issue generated by the recent evolutions of the roles and weight of commercial actors and emerging global trends.

In the second part of the course the class will concentrate on a set of curatorial experiences, through the collective reading of a specific piece of art criticism.


Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO)

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

At the end of the course student will be able to...

- elaborate strategic and enterpreneurial proposals for market institutions in the global art field.

- have a specific knowledge of the organizational and marketing challenges for the growth of market institutions in the global art field

- develop awareness about the connections between the curatorial and critical professions and overall trajectories of cultural institutions

APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING

At the end of the course student will be able to...

- develop and present and individual project for the strategic development of an art market institution

- discuss a curatorial perspective


Teaching methods

  • Face-to-face lectures
  • Online lectures
  • Guest speaker's talks (in class or in distance)
  • Company visits
  • Individual assignments

DETAILS

transfer from the instructors to the class, through a methodology that implies active participation,

involvement in specific research and assessments, dialogue with relevant actors of the system.

The students are also expected to develop their personal vision about their professional future

in the field.

This course is fit for highly motivated students willing to acquire a professional and competitive

edge in the area of Arts management


Assessment methods

  Continuous assessment Partial exams General exam
  • Written individual exam (traditional/online)
    x
  • Individual assignment (report, exercise, presentation, project work etc.)
    x

ATTENDING STUDENTS

Attending students

The evaluation will consist of:

a) Group assignment. The assignment will be articulated during the course and will deal with emerging global economics trend in the Art Market.

The assignment will count for 40% of the final evaluation.

 

b) Final exam

The final exam will be a written, closed-book test: two questions out of three topics developed in class. The exam will count for 60% of the final evaluation.


NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

Non-attending students are evalueted trough a written exam (2 open questions out of 3). The exam will count 100% of the final evaluation.


Teaching materials


ATTENDING STUDENTS

Attending students

- Teacher’s slide and notes

- Guest lectures notes

- Reading list

Reading list for attending students will be provided in the detailed Course Handbook.


NOT ATTENDING STUDENTS

Reading list for attending students will be provided in the detailed Course Handbook.

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