"The Global Economy and the Art Market" Collectors’ Forum

The New-York Historical Society

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The 2008–2009 ADAA Collectors’ Forum series begins with “The Global Economy and the Art Market: A New Perspective in Uncertain Times.” This forum will bring together art market specialists and key players to discuss the current economic outlook and its impact on the future direction of the art market. Panelists will address questions such as: Was there an art market bubble, and has it burst? Who will benefit from the current conditions and who will suffer? How can art professionals prepare for what might be ahead? What lessons can be learned from past cycles and how are these times different?

Richard Armstrong,
recently appointed Director, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Mary Hoeveler,
Art Advisor, M.G. Hoeveler Ltd.

William Goetzmann,
Director, International Center for Finance,
Yale School of Management

Howard Rachofsky,
Art Collector

Roland Augustine,
President, Art Dealers Association of America
Co-owner, Luhring Augustine Gallery

Lindsay Pollock,
Journalist and writer, Bloomberg News



December 13, 2008 from 10:00 to 12:00
Registration Deadline: December 12, 2008

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