The Economics and
Ethics of Culture
On 10-11 September 2020, Art for Tomorrow - in association with The New York Times - brings together art world experts including museum and auction-house executives, art fair directors, gallerists, curators and dealers to examine the economic and social impact of art, and art as a catalyst for development. The conference runs in correlation with the world-renowned Gallery Weekend in Berlin (10-13 September). Additionally, all delegates are able to attend the previews and the Times Art Talks on 12 September.
Through provocative interviews and riveting discussions, the carefully curated programme will explore wide-ranging topics, from the squeeze on small- and mid-size art galleries to the perceived lack of diversity in museum collections, and the rise of corporate branding and private museums to the provenance of artwork.
Devised specifically with art and cultural leaders at its core, Art for Tomorrow will define and assess the most pressing challenges and opportunities in the industry today.
Important announcement regarding Art for Tomorrow 2020
We regret to announce that Art for Tomorrow 2020 (September 10-12, Berlin) has been cancelled. With restrictions on large gatherings and our concern for the health and safety of our guests and speakers, we felt it prudent to shift our focus to the 2021 conference. The next Art for Tomorrow will take into account the profound ways the art world has been affected by the events of the last several months.
We will announce more details about next year's event in the autumn.
If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected]