Apollo’s editor Thomas Marks will chair two TEFAF talks in London, looking at how people create and respond to art collections
Thursday 6 February, 8.30am
Royal Academy, London
Nick Savage and Giles Hutchinson-Smith
Nick Savage (Head of Collections and Library at Royal Academy of Arts), and Giles Hutchinson-Smith (Chief Executive at Mallett Gallery and TEFAF participant) will discuss corporate and private collections; how these create context and shape the meaning of objects within them.
Thursday 13 February, 8.30am
Fine Arts Society, London (Please note the change of venue)
Rob and Nick Carter, and Kate Bryan
Contemporary video installation artists Rob and Nick Carter will discuss their recent work Transforming Nude Painting with Fine Art Society Contemporary Director and Culture Show presenter Kate Bryan.
The talks will be available to view online on TEFAF’s YouTube channel after the event. Follow at @TEFAF, #TEFAFtalks. Find out more here
The TEFAF talks series offers insights into the world of collecting, in advance of TEFAF Maastricht (14–23 March).
‘She changed how we encounter sculpture’ – remembering Phyllida Barlow (1944–2023)