From early 20th century Paris, to post-war New York, this module covers the most important artists and art movements of the 20th and 21st centuries. Taught by Christie's specialists and research experts from London, New York, Paris and Hong Kong, this module offers an overview of modern and impressionism art, as well as postwar to contemporary art from the perspective of the world's leading auction house.
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- The Global Perspective: Art History Influences and Cultural Interlinks
Cristian Albu | International Director and Co-Head of Department, 20th/21st Century Art, Christie's Asia Pacific
- Key Artists of the Early 20th Century and their Market Today
Imogen Kerr, Senior Specialist, Impressionist & Modern Art, Christie's London
- Window of the World: Mapping the Paris Art Scene
Annabel Matterson | Head of Research, Impressionist and Modern Art, Christie's New York
- From Fauvism and Cubism to Surrealism: Tracing Artistic Milestones
Jennifer Duignam | Senior Writer and Researcher, Impressionist and Modern Art, Christie's London
- A Collector’s Trophy: What To Look for in Collecting Iconic Impressionist & Modern Artworks
Imogen Kerr | Senior Specialist, Impressionist & Modern Art, Christie's London
- A British Century: Art from the School of London to the YBAs
Katharine Arnold | Senior Director, Co-Head Post-War & Contemporary Art Europe, Christie's London
- The Fertile Years—Paris after WWI
Paul Nyzam | Senior Specialist, Head of Evening Sale, Christie's Paris
- Why Have There Been No Expensive Women Artists
Sara Friedlander | Deputy Chairman, Post-War & Contemporary Art Department, Christie’s New York
*Schedule and topics are subject to change.