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Kim Oosterlinck appointed General Director of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, Brussels

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Kim Oosterlinck is a Professor of Finance at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (Université libre de Bruxelles). He holds degrees in business engineering, art history and archaeology, as well as a PhD in economics and management from the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). After completing his thesis, he pursued postdoctoral studies at Rutgers University (The State University of New Jersey) before accepting a full-time chair in cultural management at ULB from 2006 to 2011. His main research areas include the valuation of government bonds, financial history, and art market issues. His work on art encompasses the impact of discovering forgeries on the art market, art market responses to monetary reforms, art dealers’ commercial strategies, banks’ motivations to build art collections, art expertise, and the art market during World War II.

Read more: https://www.artdependence.com/articles/kim-oosterlinck-appointed-general-director-of-the-royal-museums-of-fine-arts-brussels/

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Markel Appoints Kyle McGrath as Head of Fine Art

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Markel, the insurance operations within Markel Group Inc. (NYSE: MKL), today announced it has appointed Kyle McGrath as its Head of Fine Art – North America, with immediate effect.

In her new role, McGrath will be responsible for leading Markel’s Fine Art business in North America, and driving the strategic, profitable expansion of this class of business. As part of this, she will be tasked with developing the regional underwriting strategy, product offering and regional footprint, working closely with Markel’s Fine Art underwriting team in the US.

Read more: https://www.citybiz.co/article/567030/markel-appoints-kyle-mcgrath-as-head-of-fine-art/

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GSA Degree Show 2024: School of Fine Art

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These Fine Art students are looking back to the past to attempt to piece together an unstable future. Here the romantic is posed alongside the realities of our time.

Artists on the Sculpture and Environmental Art programme showcase a body of work that speaks of their experience of the ups and downs of creating and the nature of time, representing a state of flux.

Exploring the dissonance and unresolved relationship between our ‘speaking selves’ and physical embodied selves, Joe Cameron’s meticulously crafted stop-motion animation, Island of Forgetful Folk, sings of themes of subjective experience and the constructed self through the eyes of a character whose memory is externalised in a series of notebooks that detail his past. Ancient spaces and archetypal settings function as metaphors for the external and internal self as we are invited to consider our own phenomenological experience of life.

Read more: https://www.theskinny.co.uk/art/features/gsa-degree-show-2024-school-of-fine-art

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Tradition and new ideas on display at 15th Zhejiang Fine Arts Exhibition

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The 15th Zhejiang Fine Arts Exhibition at Zhejiang Art Museum through May 26 displays 713 works that include oil paintings, woodcut prints, ink-wash paintings, sculpture, ceramics, cartoons and digital art.

Hosted every five years, the exhibits compete in the Zhejiang Fine Arts Award, with the winners of the 14 gold, 23 silver and 40 bronze awards announced at the end of May.

Read more: https://www.shine.cn/feature/art-culture/2405146953/

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