prof.dr. (Filip) FRR Vermeylen

prof.dr. (Filip) FRR Vermeylen
Full professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Arts and Culture Studies
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M7-08
Email
vermeylen@eshcc.eur.nl
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Profile

Filip Vermeylen (PhD. Columbia University 2002) is Professor of Global Art Markets. He lectures and publishes on various aspects of the economics of art and culture, and is currently the Research Director of the Department of Arts and Culture Studies. He is especially interested in the history and functioning of art markets since the Renaissance, the notion of quality in the visual arts, the role of intermediaries as arbiters of taste and emerging art markets such as India. He is a board member of The International Art Market Association (TIAMSA) and co-founder of the Rotterdam Arts & Sciences Lab (www.rasl.nu). Together with Christian Huemer (Belverdere, Vienna), he is currently writing a book on the history of the art market which will be published by Getty Publications.

  • Filip Vermeylen (11 September 2019) - Rubens
  • Filip Vermeylen (4 September 2019) - Jan van Eyck
  • Filip Vermeylen (2 January 2017) - John Maynard Keynes
  • Filip Vermeylen (17 December 2016) - De man achter John Maynard Keynes
  • Filip Vermeylen (26 October 2016) - Art as investment

  • Uli Hahn & Filip Vermeylen (2020) - High Profile Artists, Museums and Exhibitions and their Ecological Messages
  • Filip Vermeylen (2020) - De kunst van het samenwerken. Artistieke partnerships in Antwerpen tijdens de zestiende en zeventiende eeuw
  • Filip Vermeylen (2020) - Art market research in Asia: challenges and opportunities
  • Filip Vermeylen & Bhagyalakshmi Daga (2019) - Caught in the wheels of commerce: The commercialization of traditional art in India
  • Filip Vermeylen (2019) - The export of Antwerp carved altarpieces to the Baltic during the sixteenth century
  • Filip Vermeylen (2019) - Artists’ mobility and the dissemination of technical innovations in painting in Early Modern Europe
  • Filip Vermeylen (2019) - Revisiting 30 years of art market studies in the North
  • Filip Vermeylen & Sandra Ginhoven (2018) - The professionalization of the Art Trade in the Early Nineteenth Century: Exploring the Business Model of Christie’s Auction House
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - Antwerp as a Center of Artistic Collaboration: a Unique Selling Point?
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - Art fairs and the new markets for visual art in Asia

Master Thesis

Level
MA
Year
2021
Year Level
MA
Course Code
CC4150

History of the Art Market

Year
2021
Year Level
BA-2, BA-2, BA-3, BA-3
Course Code
CC2044

International Art Markets

Year
2021
Year Level
MA, MA-1, MA, Pre-master, MA
Course Code
CC4117

Money and the Fine Arts

Year
2021
Year Level
Minor, Other
Course Code
CC9008

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