catalogue VENDU—SOLD 2013

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VENDU—SOLD 2013 catalogue

The Vendu – Sold catalogue allows us to take stock of the art market, by presenting the artists and artworks at the heart of this event and by shedding light on various aspects of the art market and its collaborators. In this year’s catalogue, Paul Maréchal reminds us that the business and art milieus have more in common than we might think. Also aware of the interdependence between the various actors in the arts milieu and their exhibition venues, Andréanne Roy examines the impact of the market on artistic practices and on the direction of certain public collections.

Recently, a major study on cultural philanthropy, conducted by businessman and patron of the arts Pierre Bourgie and a team of seven business experts involved in the cultural domain, resulted in a report that was submitted to the Quebec government. We invited Anne Bertrand to provide an overview of this report, summarizing its main points and highlighting its strengths and weaknesses.

In addition to these reflections centred on the Quebec and Canadian context, two essays take a critical look at the international market, focusing particularly on Asia, which occupies a considerable position in the current art market. At our request, Marie Maertens, author of L’Art du marché de l’art, published by Éditions Luc Pire in 2008, revisited a chapter of her book on emerging markets, including those of China and India. Pia Camilla Copper, for her part, tackles the prejudice against Chinese contemporary art and its rapidly growing market. Drawing on anecdotes from her personal experience in China, she sets about deconstructing certain myths and misconceptions.

Summary:

A Message of Thanks from Honorary President — Frédéric Metz
Foreword — Sylvette Babin
The Business of Art — Paul Maréchal
The Impact of the Art Market on the Museification of Contemporary Creation — Andréanne Roy
Cultural Philanthropy in Quebec: More than a Business Relationship — Anne Bertrand
Emerging Countries: A New Eldorado? — Marie Maertens
Chinese Contemporary Art: "A Big Sham"? — Pia Camilla Copper

The artists:

Sonny Assu, Melanie Authier, Lorna Bauer, Sarah Bertrand-Hamel, Tammi Campbell, Serge Clément, Sébastien Cliche, Louis-Philippe Côté, Manon De Pauw, Annie Descôteaux, Mario Doucette, Michael Dumontier & Neil Farber, Michael Flomen, Jérôme Fortin, Karilee Fuglem, Martin Golland, Jim Holyoak, Patrick Howlett, Mark Igloliorte, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline, Chris Kline, Wanda Koop, François Lacasse, David Lafrance, Éric Lamontagne, Fabienne Lasserre, Frédéric Lavoie, Maclean, Nadia Moss, Wil Murray, Juan Ortiz-Apuy, Anne-Marie Ouellet, Alain Paiement, Rober Racine, Jon Rafman, David K. Ross, Samuel Roy-Bois, Francine Savard, Stephen Schofield, Carol Wainio.

Edited by Sylvette Babin

Price: $25,00 $15,00
216 pages, colour, 160 x 227 mm
Bilingual Book (French – English)
ISBN 978-2-9809052-6-1

Published by Les éditions esse
Creation: 2013
Country: Canada

Digital version available

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