Claire Staebler (FR): “Louis Vuitton Foundation. Collection in Progress” lecture // M17 Art Collectors’ Forum. Day IV [the video is available]10.07.2021 - 10.07.2021
On July 10, 2021, at 14:00 event #10 in the M17 CAC, on the ІV Day of the M17 International Art Collectors’ Forum, there will be Claire Staebler’s lecture “Louis Vuitton Foundation. Collection in Progress” with Tetyana Solovey’s questions
Languages of the event: Ukrainian and English
Event format: live broadcast organized in the M17 CAC
About the lecturer:
Claire Staebler, art historian, art critic, curator of the Louis Vuitton Foundation. She was a curator at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris from 2002 to 2007 and an art director at the PinchukArtCenter from 2007 to 2009. She also works as a freelance curator on international projects and art critic for various magazines such as Zérodeux (France), Version (France and Romania), IDEA (Romania), l’Officiel Art.
Tetyana Solovey is the editor-in-chief of the Ukrainian online newspaper Buro 24/7, a fashion journalist, and a speaker for educational and cultural projects.
Natalia Shpytkovska, Director of the M17 CAC, art consultant, a researcher at the Modern Art Research Institute of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, head of the project An Open Opportunity.
The full schedule of Forum events can be found at this link
UPD: A video of the event is available for viewing on our YouTube channel!
VIDEO OF THE EVENT:
- Louis Vuitton’s collection began gathering in 2006. This is a fairly young gathering that is just beginning to develop.
- The Foundation building arose considerably later; previously that collection was abstract.
- The collection is collected in four categories: pop culture, impressionism, contemporary art, and audio art.
- The Louis Vuitton Foundation conducts two exhibits annually. The first is a constant exposition, whereas the second is changeable.
- We encourage young artists and frequently include their work in temporary group exhibits.
- The Louis Vuitton Foundation is a successful project because it shows both popular modern art and more conceptual contemporary art. We can reach a large number of people this way.
- original language (English)
- Ukrainian translation
M17 International Art Collectors’ Forum was organized jointly with the Ukrainian Club of Contemporary Art Collectors and the Modern Art Research Institute of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine within the “An Open Opportunity: Ukrainian Contemporary Art from Private Collections” project.