This publication accompanies the symposium and exhibition, Art & Capital: Spiritual Odyssey that took place in Seoul, Korea in February 2008.  The symposium (forum/seminars) covered the topics of art and money such as:  the future overlap of the art market and mainstream markets (stocks, real estate, etc.) in Asia, the Chinese contemporary art market, Indian art and the global economy, and the effects of biennials, triennials, art fairs and art prizes.  The exhibition was held at Alternative Space LOOP, and the catalogue includes colour plates of works by the exhibiting artists and brief explanatory essays by Hongik University students.   Curriculum Vitae of artists and curators is found at the end. 
Alternative title

Art Capital

Access level

Onsite

Location code EX.KOR.ARC
Language

English, 

Korean

Publication/Creation date

2007

No of pages

240

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Art and Capital - SUH Jinsuk, 서진석
Beijing: The Converting Place of Modern Chinese Art and the Art Market - LENG Lin, 冷林
Growing from a Market to an Industry - Sueo MIZUMA, 三瀦末雄
Contemporary Art and the Global Market: The Case of India - Chaitanya SAMBRANI
Art Industry Seen from an Economic Point of View - SO Jinsu, 서진수
Growing from a Market into an Industry: The Changing Role of Art Fairs in Asia - Misa SHIN, 辛美沙
'Honours Doubles Honours': an Analysis of Contemporary Art Prizes - SHIM Boseon, 심보선
Observations on Art, Money, and the 2006 Shanghai Biennale - Jonathan WATKINS
Is the Capitalization of Art Harmful or Helpful for Art?: Based on Korean Contemporary Art - RHEE Kyuhyun
Art & Capital:  Spiritual Odyssey
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