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2023 Assets - Trends in the Market for African American Art
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The concept of an African American art market, composed of objects, buyers, sellers and critics, appears to be trending for the past 10 years. This session will present a nuanced picture of how an African American art market has been conceptualized and how this understanding reflects a complex web of tensions and relationships. Consideration will be given to Trends in the Art Market, The Role of Black Art Advisors, Auctions and Fairs, and The Art of Making It.
John Guess, Jr. is the voice and architect behind the resurgence of the Houston Museum of African American Culture, where he currently serves as Chief Executive Officer. John has organized and managed HMAAC's exhibitions schedules since 2014, and has curated well received and reviewed exhibitions that have included Sandra Bland, The Abolitionists, Revelation of Goddesses: Retrospective of Eleanor Merritt, The Art of Malick Sidibe, Indifference, Riding The Tiger: The Art of Berg Long, Jr., Kingdom of Gold: The Photography of Ellen Kaplowitz, Close to Home: Latinx Art and Identity 2.0, etc. John also organized two national symposia.in collaboration with the Johns Hopkins Center for Africana Studies; The African Presence in Mexico and Afropolitans.
This webinar is worth 1 PDC.