The agents of the Visual Arts of Catalonia will meet to discuss the situation of our sector. We want that our arts regain the cultural strength and social implementation that they never should have lost.
The creation is born at the bottom. And we propose sessions to reflect on the recent past (the cuts of funds in the world of culture, art centers closing, erratic policies in small and large institutions, difficulties in mediation ...) and the future of art in Catalonia and its relationship with society.
Artists, gallerists, critics and curators, art center managers, teachers ... we want to discuss and explore some of the issues that affect us.
Saturday, June 20
Debate Session / 1
Meier Auditorium, MACBA
Roundtable / 01 Problems, lacks and solutions of the legal framework of the visual arts.
9:00 am to 11:00 am
Discussion of the different legal issues and policy gaps in relation to taxation, copyright, historical heritage, recruitment and workplace in which the agents related to the sector of visual arts are right now and answering to these problems or proposals to improve the their legal situation.
Historial Heritage and Contracting: Beatriz Niño. Lawyer. Partner and co-director of NIAL Art Law, a law firm specialized in the art market.
Intellectual Property (Copyright): Eva Soria. Coordinator of Visual Arts at the Ramon Llull Institute.
Taxation. Guillermo Vidal. Lawyer. Partner of the law firm Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira.
Labor Law. Rocha pillar. Lawyer..
Moderator. M. Isabel Niño. Lawyer. Partner and co-director of NIAL Art Law
Rapporteur : M. Isabel Niño.
11:00 am to 11:30 am / Break
Rountable / 02 Heritage Status of Contemporary Art: Private Collections and public heritage status.
11:30 am to 13:30 am
State of the question. Collecting in Catalonia and in Spain, 2014: Vicky Cortina. Vice president of the Gremi de Galeries d’Art de Catalunya.
Patronage law: M. Isabel Niño. and Ramon Sicart. Ramon Sicart gallery. Art Barcelona
Creation of the Fund for Contemporary Art of Catalonia: Eva Lasunción. Lawyer and Joan A. Maragall. Trama Gallery. President of Art Barcelona.
Public Heritage Status:
State of the question. Public acquisitions in Catalonia: Ramon Sicart.
Administrative framework and politics of public acquisition in Catalonia, international comparison: Rosa Brugat, visual artist. AAVC member, Javier Peñafiel. Visual artist. AAVC member and Pilar Parcerisas. Art critic, curator of exhibitions. Member of the plenary of the National Council for Culture and Arts, CUENCA.
Moderator / a. Joan A. Maragall
Rapporteur : to be determined.
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm / Lunch
Resolutions of each roundtable and final debate.
4:00 pm and 6:00 pm
Save the Date: Saturday July 11
Debate Session / 2
Meier Auditorium, MACBA
Roundtable / 03 Creation. Production. Diffusion. Exhibition
Roundtable / 04 Art and Education
Roundtable / 05 Art and Media.