THE 2ND EVENT IN THE 'MOVING ART' SERIES
Albert Godycki, Art Historian, Curator and Advisor
'Jean Etienne Liotard: Artist, Collector, Merchandiser'
Guests will also be able to view the current exhibition detailed below in the Collyer Bristow Art Gallery who are once again supporting the BSCC Moving Art Series, this year with the kind support of UBS, and look forward to welcoming you to this fascinating talk.
An exhibition rooted in fiction, in which worlds, truths and realities are created, dismantled and questioned.
Places are limited therefore registrations will be handled strictly on a first-come first-served basis.
Albert Godycki is an art historian, curator and advisor based in London. He is currently completing his PhD at the Courtauld Institute of Art with a thesis on the extraordinary nudes produced in the early Dutch Republic. Previously Harry M. Weinrebe Curatorial Assistant at the National Gallery, he has contributed to exhibitions including Vermeer and Music, Rembrandt: The Late Works, and Making Colour, and was responsible for numerous gallery displays in the permanent collection such as Degas and the Feminine, and The Dutch Interior. As a freelance curator, he is now preparing an exhibition on Polish painting from around 1900 for the Kunsthalle in Munich. Albert continues to lecture and publish widely on a broad array of topics, with recent articles and reviews appearing in journals such as Art History and The Burlington Magazine. Since 2012 he has been advising clients on the acquisition, management and display of old masters.
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William Hancock is a Partner and member of Collyer Bristow's Tax and Estate Planning team. He provides tax and estate planning advice for private clients and their families. His work extends to representing artists, collectors and custodians of art and other tangible personal property. He has advised on the title, gift, licensing, bailment, charge, import, export, purchase and sale of all kinds of objects ranging from C18 Old Masters through a C20 letter archive to a monument in the Royal Parks. He has a particular interest in private archives; he has spoken at conferences on tax and succession issues in relation to works deposited on long term loan and the control personal possessions from the grave. William has also contributed articles to a range of publications on art and heritage matters.
William is a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, the Professional Advisers to the International Art Market, the Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Specialists and the Charity Law Association.
Thursday, January 26, 2017 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Collyer Bristow Art Gallery4 Bedford RowLondon WC1R 4TF
British-Swiss Chamber of Commerce
SponsorCollyer Bristow, UBS
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