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Lecture Schedule for the Los Angeles Fine Art Show: Historic & Traditional

LA ART SHOW FRIDAY JULY 27, 2012 11:05:01 AM  
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Entrance with show admission. The lectures will be held on the floor of the Los Angeles Fine Art Show, Booth G79, unless otherwise noted.
Thursday, January 19
3 PM ARTTABLE | 10 Myths of Copyright: What Collectors, Galleries, and Artists Need to Know + Quick Tips for Art Trade
A lecture by Alexandra Darraby, Principal, The Art Law Firm. Ms. Darraby, a former gallerist, represents clients in licensing and distribution deals in arts, new media, and publishing. She was the attorney in the California resale royalty litigation. She is the author of Art, Artifact, Architecture & Museum Law (West: 16th ed).
Friday, January 20
1 PM AMERICAN ART COLLECTOR | State of the Art: Los Angeles
A panel discussion with leading curators, collectors, dealers, and artists living and working in the Los Angeles area about trends, movements, and locations of the endlessly fascinating art market that is Los Angeles.
3 PM Prints from LACMA’s Treasure Chest
A panel discussion with LACMA’s Head Photography Curator, Britt Salvesen and Timothy Benson, Curator of LACMA’s Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, about the current shows of Elsworth Kelly and Ludwig Meidner.
Saturday, January 21
1 PM Passionate Collecting: A Lecture and Book Signing with Suzanne Lovell, author of Artistic Interiors: Designing with Fine Art Collections
A lecture by Interior Architect and Designer Suzanne Lovell about her unique approach toward designing couture environments through the integration of architecture, sophisticated materials, custom furniture and textiles, antiques, and art to express a passion for home and convey each client’s personality.
3 PM FINE ART CONNOISSEUR | Realism Today: Old Methods, New Visions
For years, people have been saying that realist art is coming back. Judging from its growing visibility and the mushrooming of ateliers nationwide, it’s more accurate to say it’s here. Together four knowledgeable insiders will look squarely at what’s happening in this field and make intriguing predictions about what lies ahead. Panelists include: Adrian Gottlieb, artist and atelier director; Michael Pearce, artist and chair of the art department at California Lutheran University; Kate Sammons, artist; and Michael Zakian, art historian and director of the Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine University. The panel will be moderated by Peter Trippi, editor of Fine Art Connoisseur.
5 PM Masterpieces from Los Angeles Collections
A panel discussion and exhibition that explores the unique relationship between dealer and collector and how it evolves over the years from first purchase to favorite find.
Sunday, January 22
1 PM FINE ART CONNOISSEUR | The New Impressionists: The Plein Air Movement
Southern California was the home of America’s first plein air movement, which was started by artists who carried the practice home from France after studying with the impressionists. A new movement has been blossoming across America with thousands of painters working out-of-doors. A panel of experts will explore its rich history and the new movement and its impact on the art world. Panelists include: Elaine Adams, Director at American Legacy Fine Arts and Executive Director at California Art Club; Daniel W. Pinkham, Artist; Jean Stern, Art Historian and Executive Director of the Irvine Museum; and Emily Vaughan, Art Collector. Moderated by B. Eric Rhoads, Publisher of Fine Art Connoisseur and Plein Air Magazine.
3 PM INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR ART RESEARCH (IFAR) | Warhol Authentication Board Disbands – What Collectors Need to Know about Artists’ Foundations and Authenticating
In light of the recent decision by the Andy Warhol Foundation to disband its Authentication Board after confronting expensive lawsuits, five distinguished speakers from the world of art and law, including the directors of two California artists’ foundations, discuss the issues relating to the authenticating of artworks by artists’ foundations and their impact on collectors and others. Panelists include: Sharon Flescher, Executive Director, IFAR; Debra Burchett-Lere, Director, The Sam Francis Foundation; Richard Grant, Executive Director, The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation; Barbara Guggenheim, Founding Partner, Guggenheim, Asher, Associates, Inc.; and Christine Steiner, Special Counsel, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP.
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Lecture Schedule for the Los Angeles Fine Art Show: Historic & Traditional
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