EDUCATION & TRAINING
EVENT: Training symposium for Art at Sea: Protection of Art and Superyachts due to be held on 1st March 2018 at the National Maritime Museum has been postponed and a new date will be announced shortly.
In January 2018 Pandora Mather-Lees (ADDG’s art consultant) launched a training symposium for Art at Sea: Protection of Art and Superyachts. The symposium involves various experts across the industry on the practical care of art, from conservation, design and logistics to legal and insurance issues. See here for more details and announcement of the new date.
23rd November 2017 – 36 Art and the ADDG held an Expert Panel Discussion on risks and solutions for managing high value art for private clients.
The training involved a consideration of two case studies that probed various common risks associated with high value art. Expert participants from the ADDG included Francis Eastaugh of Art Analysis and Research, Daniel Taylor of Taylor Hampton solicitors on defamation and reputation issues and 36 Art’s Simon Harding and James Petts on art law, wills and probate and property law issues. Several different experts in Tax, Insurance, Valuations, Shipping, Customs, Art Conservation and Auction practice contributed to the panel discussion.
5th September 2017 – The ADDG held their first Round Table Discussion on Security and Logistics.
The Roundtable was attended by leading service providers across the arts sector who assist art collector and art dealer clients with logistics and security issues.
Our event was led by our ADDG security expert at Virtus Risk Management, Frank Morey and Ian Hall, chaired by Malcolm Taylor (our arts mediation specialist) and organised by Jessica Franses of Vitruvian Arts Consultancy Ltd and Pandora Mather-Lees of PML art consulting Ltd. 36 Art of The 36 Group hosted the event.
Our first market intelligence report on security and logistics is due to be published shortly.