MADA Talk // Todd Levin October 26th at Mindy Solomon Gallery

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MADA Talk with Todd Levin
A Bipolar Art Market: Manic Prices, Depressed Values
Monday, October 26th, 2015 at 6 PM
At Mindy Solomon Gallery, 8397 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33138
(Doors open at 5:30pm, Lecture starts promptly at 6pm)
Sponsored by Mitrani Warehouses & MADA (Miami Art Dealers Association)

The Miami Art Dealers Association (MADA) is honored to present the second MADA Talks lecture with Mr. Todd Levin on Monday, October 26th at 6pm, hosted at Mindy Solomon Gallery and sponsored by Mitrani Warehouse, C1 Bank, Lyon + Lyon, and MADA. The lecture is free and open to the public, all MADA members, and Friends of MADA.

// Space is limited! //
Please RSVP via email to: info@miamiartdealers.org

dataThe premise for Mr. Levin’s lecture is based on his belief that  “…If we only discuss Art as an asset class and divorce it entirely from why it was created in the first place, then Art and money exchange roles: money becomes ‘divine’ by being translated into Art, and Art becomes commonplace by being translated into money…” He will delve into the current conditions of the international market where the price and value of works fluctuate heavily and seem disconnected from the body of work itself.

Todd Levin is the Director of Levin Art Group. Regarded as an expert from old master painting through emerging contemporary art and also as an authority on the art market, Levin has more than 25 years experience advising some of the world’s most influential and sophisticated collectors in forming their collections, both individually and in conjunction with major museums. Levin is also widely respected as an independent curator, most recently with Another Look At Detroit (Parts 1 and 2), a large historical exhibition spanning over 150 years and featuring the work of 70 artists shown concurrently at both Marianne Boesky and Marlborough galleries in NYC.

The Miami Art Dealers Association (MADA) is a non-profit organization founded in 2009. MADA was established to promote excellent professional practice and to develop awareness of the visual arts in our community. Through advocacy of education, connoisseurship, ethical business, MADA members are responsible, credible and knowledgeable, and are held to a high standard of professional accountability.
Learn more at their website.

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