LONDON ART FAIR 2022 PRE FAIR ONLINE TALKS PROGRAMME
You can now watch our online talks through our Immediate Live Academy platform. Log in to your account to watch on demand.
The 2022 Talks Programme is curated by Hannah Payne
We are delighted to announce that the first in our online talks series is now available to book onto, Anti-money Laundering for the Art Market Two Years on – Lessons Learned. Click below to RSVP onto this digital talk taking place Wednesday 2 March, 4PM.
London Art Fair: Edit’s programme of talks provide a timely review of the art market today, presenting the perfect setting for both the experienced collector and new art-world enthusiast. For the first time the talks programme will be hosted online, as a series of curated talks, panel discussions, providing an in depth insight to art world topics.
The programme consists of; trends and topics emerging within the contemporary art scene, tips on building your art collection, artist’s talks and more.
Tickets for the digital talks are free but a place must be booked to receive full instructions on how to access the talk. Browse the Talks Programme below, running throughout the Fair from 20 – 31 January.
as a series of curated talks, panel discussions, providing an in depth insight to art world topics.
The programme consisted of; trends and topics emerging within the contemporary art scene, tips on building your art collection, artist’s talks and more. The public talks programme has been recorded for you to watch again, click the button below to join the LAF EDIT conversation again or share with a friend.
CATCH UP ON THE TALKS WHICH HAVE TAKEN PLACE
ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING FOR THE ART MARKET
PLACE-MAKING IN CONTEMPORARY ART
Join Art Projects and New Media Room curator, Pryle Behrman, Sonya Bones, Art Projects artist, and multimedia artist duo Daniel & Clara in their discussion of place-making in art.
A SUSTAINABLE AND DECARBONISED ART WORLD
This panel discussion will focus on the potential for art to inspire social and ecological change, and the practical measures the art world can take to improve sustainability and lower our collective carbon footprint.
FUTURE-PROOFING THE MUSEUM SECTOR
2021 Art Fund research identified key trends for museums following the global pandemic and revealing a new model for the museum: where the physical space is no longer dominant.
INSTALLING DUBUFFET AT THE BARBICAN WITH REMOTE COURIER TECHNOLOGY
Join Barbican’s Exhibition Organiser Tatjana LeBoff, and paintings conservator, Joanna Shepard in their discussion of the world of Remote Courier Technology, from the technical research and set-up, the practical experience for conservators, through to the benefits of this approach going forward, including cost reductions and improved sustainability.
WOMEN AND ART – FEMALE SHAPE OF ACTIVISM
Gender equality in the arts: What is the future of activism amid these debates and how are artists and arts professionals grappling with these issues today? What more can be done on both an individual and institutional level and what impact does this have beyond the arts sector?
COLLECTING AND CURATING FOR THE HOME AND INTERIORS
LONDON ART FAIR PREVIEW – CURATORS HIGHLIGHTS
A preview of what to look out for at London Art Fair 2022, including curated sections Photo50 ‘No Place is an Island’, Platform Galleries with a theme of ‘Art & Music’, and highlights from emerging galleries in Art Project.