Wed., Feb. 16, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.: A talk for young visual artists with art dealer and NYU professor Stephen Rosenberg on today’s art market, at BRIC Rotunda in Brooklyn Heights. How do you price your work? What is the best way of approaching dealers? How have fairs changed the global art market?
Stephen Rosenberg founded his contemporary art gallery (Stephen Rosenberg Fine Art, later Rosenberg + Kaufman Fine Art) in 1983. The gallery focused on American and international painting, works on paper and photography and worked with national and international clients. For several years the gallery had two locations, one in Soho and a photography gallery on 57th Street. The gallery was in continuous operation until 2006. As an educator, he has been in demand as a speaker/lecturer to art school, university, museum and corporate audiences for the past fifteen years on topics such as what contemporary art dealers really do, how to build private and corporate art collections, developing artists’ careers, and on a variety of legal, strategic and market issues in the contermporary art world. Stephen Rosenberg is the former Director of the Masters Program in Art Business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York and lectures at Pratt institute. He is currently a private dealer in the primary and secondary art markets, an art advisor and an appraiser. Rosenberg is a former litigating attorney and social policy consultant to government bodies, private and corporate foundations and is a Board Member of El Leon Literary Arts.
This event is FREE.
BRIC Rotunda Gallery
647 Fulton Street