Latest Trends from today’s leading Corporate Collection Curators
We are hosting an event in collaboration with Christie’s Education on 4 October 2018
Living and working with art completely transforms the way we perceive works as well as the way they interact with us in our daily lives.
Momentous Fine Art in collaboration with Christie’s Education presents an interesting dialogue with London’s leading corporate collection curators as they share insights into their collections and their personal connoisseurship.
Discover how corporate collections have grown from being decorative additions to a corporate setting into becoming part of the identity of leading banks and law firms. Our panel of corporate collection experts will share interesting case studies from their own practice while looking ahead to future trends in the world of corporate collecting.
The Corporate Collection Panel
Alistair Hicks, Curator Deutsche Bank Collection
Jon Sharples, Curator Simmons & Simmons
Maggie O’Regan, Curator Pinsent Masons LLP
Christopher Gaillard, Gurr Johns Chairman
Laura Uccello, Christie’s Education Alumni and Business Development Manager for Momentous Fine Art
Please do join Momentous and Christie’s Education for drinks, canapés and conversation
42 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NB
Thu, October 4, 2018 / 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM BST
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Christie’s Education is unique in being wholly owned by Christie’s Auction House, signaling the importance Christie’s places on practical experience of art through education as the key to professional success. Founded in 1978, our graduates have gone on to careers in the art world having experienced the highest quality education in Art History, connoisseurship and the art market from the inside. As the only major auction house to directly offer degree and non-degree programmes, Christie’s Education continues to follow the principles of hands-on exposure to art, immersing our students in the art world from the beginning of their studies.