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NBCC are delighted to invite you to this event organised in cooperation with SEB, Gagosian and Madeleine Martin, art advisor. We will get a tour of the exhibition Social Works II led by Gallery Director Hannah Freedberg. The beautifully curated exhibition is made by house curator Antwaun Sargent, with artists from the African diaspora working across an array of mediums. In addition, we will receive a talk from Madeleine Martin. She has 20 years of experience in the art world and will be sharing her knowledge. Further, she will be introducing the group to different ways of approaching, collecting and investing in art. 

 

Madeleine Martin, Cristina Colomar and Hannah Freedberg (the two latter are both Directors at Gagosian) will be available after the talk to answer any questions you may have. Finally, we can all enjoy drinks and network surrounded by beautiful and thought-provoking art.

 

 

 

The program for the evening will be:

6pm Arrival and champagne

6.25pm Welcome by Annett Abo, President NBCC

6.30pm Tour of the exhibition Social Works II 

7.00pm   “Buying/investing in art” by Madeleine Martin.

After the official program, there will be an opportunity for drinks and networking until around 8 pm

 

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

About Madeline Martin

Madeleine Martin is originally from Oslo, Norway, with 20 years of experience in the art world, specialising in contemporary art.  She runs Madeleine Martin Art Advisory,  with a focus on corporate and private collections in Oslo and London. Prior to starting up her advisory, she was a Director at Hauser & Wirth, London, Laura Bartlett Gallery and Gagosian, London. Madeleine is a founding member of AWAITA (Association of women in the arts).

About the exhibition

Curated by Antwaun Sargent, Social Works II foregrounds artists from the African diaspora and their insights into the relationship between space—personal, public, institutional, and psychic—and social and artistic practice. Bringing together intergenerational artists working in different mediums, Social Works II considers geography and its role in informing how identity is created and experienced through communities and spaces.

Social Works II underscores the conscious engagement of these artists with the cultural present where numerous social factors have converged to produce a heightened urgency for artists of the African diaspora to utilize space as a community-building tool and a means of creating visionary possibilities.

About Gagosian

Gagosian is a global gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art.  In addition to its galleries, Gagosian is at the forefront of the digital marketplace with innovative online viewing rooms, timed to coincide with major art fairs, that include highly desirable works by today’s leading artists, transparent pricing, historical scholarship, and insightful market analysis.

Since 1985, when Gagosian became the first gallery to establish a publishing house that produces a vast range of catalogues raisonnés, monographs, artist’s books, scholarly exhibition catalogues, and limited editions, the gallery has published nearly six hundred titles, rivalling the output of traditional art trade publishers.

The gallery has long been committed to working with and advising artists on all aspects of their legacy planning. In 2018 the gallery launched its Building a Legacy program, bringing together artists and their studio staff with experts in the field of artists’ estates, nonprofit foundations, and legacy stewardship through a series of symposia.

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