Journal for Art Market Studies 2 (2018), 3

Titel
Journal for Art Market Studies 2 (2018), 3.
Weitere Titelangaben
Asian Art: Markets, Provenance, History


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Forum Kunst und Markt, Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und historische Urbanistik, TU Berlin
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3
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Berlin 2018: (0)
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Forum Kunst und Markt, Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und historische Urbanistik, TU Berlin
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Kontakt
Dr. Susanne Meyer-Abich Editor, Journal for Art Market Studies Technische Universität Berlin Institut für Kunstwissenschaft und Historische Urbanistik, Sekr. A 56 Straße des 17.Juni 150/52 D-10623 Berlin s.meyer-abich@tu-berlin.de +49 (0)1768 515 4665

In der diesjährigen dritten Ausgabe des JAMS werden die Umstände und Wege, auf denen Ostasiatika in westliche Sammlungen gelangten, aus unterschiedlichen Perspektiven beleuchtet. „Die Erforschung der Mechanismen und Akteure des Kunstmarkts für Ostasiatika ist eine wichtige Grundlage zum Verständnis ihrer Provenienz“, konstatieren die Gastherausgeber Dr. Christine Howald, Leiterin des Forschungsprojekts „TEAA – Tracing East Asian Art“ an der TU Berlin, und Dr. Alexander Hofmann, Kurator am Museum für Asiatische Kunst der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin in der Einleitung des Journals.

Table of Content

Gilbert Lupfer: Guest Editorial
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/78

Christine Howald, Alexander Hofmann: Introduction
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/77

Ruth Sonja Simonis: How to furnish a Palace. Porcelain acquisitions in the Netherlands for Augustus the Strong, 1716-1718
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/52

Louise Tythacott, Exhibiting and Auctioning Yuanmingyuan ("Summer Palace") Loot in 1860s and 1870s London: The Elgin and Negroni Collections
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/63

Akiko Takesue, Private Collection as Collective Operation: Art Dealers’ Impacts on the Formation of the Van Horne Japanese Ceramic Collection
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/58

Ai Fukunaga, Tourism and Collecting in Kyoto: The Miyako Hotel as An Agent in the Creation of the Hon. Henry Marsham Collection of Japanese Art, Maidstone Museum, Kent
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/66

Massimiliano Papini, Emporio Janetti Padre e Figli and the Japanese art market in Florence in the second half of the nineteenth century
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/62

Anna Pushakova, Buying and selling East Asian art during the first decade after the October Revolution in 1917: museum purchases in Moscow
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/68

Britta Bommert, On the Relevance and Potential of Auction Catalogues as Sources for Art Market Research on Asian Art
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/71

Patrizia Jirka-Schmitz, The trade in Far Eastern Art in Berlin during the Weimar Republic (1918-1933)
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/57

Esther Tisa Francini, Alexandra von Przychowski, Provenance Research into the Collection of Chinese Art at the Museum Rietberg: Switzerland and the transnational history of the art market and art collections
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/79

Ilse von zur Mühlen Finance, Taxes and Provenance: A German Museum Acquisition of Chinese antiquities in 1935
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/75

Nathalie Neumann: East Asian Art in the Gurlitt Collection: Tracing the Relationship of Objects and Actors
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/72

Silke Reuther, Well-Advised by Friends: Philipp F. Reemtsma’s East-Asian Collection
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/74

Anita Archer, Genesis of an auction sale category: Sotheby's inaugural auction of 'Contemporary Chinese Art'
https://fokum-jams.org/index.php/jams/article/view/65

Zitation
Journal for Art Market Studies 2 (2018), 3. in: H-Soz-Kult, 13.09.2018, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-11271>.
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