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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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.

  • Payal Arora & Filip Vermeylen (2013) - Bridging online and offline public social spheres to understand contemporary leisure space

  • Marjelle Vermeulen, Filip Vermeylen & Karen Maas (2019) - Measuring Inclusion in Museums: A Case Study on Cultural Engagement with Young People with a Migrant Background in Amsterdam - The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 12 (2), 1-26 - doi: 10.18848/1835-2014/CGP/v12i02/1-26
  • Filip Vermeylen & A Shaban (2015) - Trade in the creative sector. Comparing India with China, Brazil and UK - Economic and Political Weekly, 1 (20), 68-75
  • KJ De Clippel & Filip Vermeylen (2015) - In search of Netherlandish art - De Zeventiende Eeuw, 31 (1), 2-17
  • C Rasterhoff & Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Mediators in trade and taste. Dealing with demand and quality uncertainty in the global art market of the seventeenth century - De Zeventiende Eeuw, 31 (1), 138-158
  • KAJ de Clippel & Filip Vermeylen (2014) - Rubens goes Dutch. Cultural transmission and artistic exchanges in the Low Countries - The Rubenianum Quarterly, 1 (16), 3-4
  • Filip Vermeylen (2014) - Greener pastures? Capturing artists’ migrations during the Dutch Revolt - Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek, 63 (1), 40-57 - doi: 10.1163/22145966-06301003
  • Payal Arora & Filip Vermeylen (2013) - The end of the art connoisseur? Experts and knowledge production in the visual arts in the digital age. - Information, Communication and Society (online), 1 (21), 1-33 - doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2012.687392
  • Filip Vermeylen, Maarten Dijck & VJU (Veerle) de Laet (2013) - The test of time. Art encyclopedia and the formation of the canon of seventeenth-century painters in the Low Countries - Empirical Studies of the Arts, 31 (1), 81-105 - doi: 10.2190/EM.31.1.e
  • Filip Vermeylen & KJ De Clippel (2012) - Rubens and Goltzius in dialogue. Artistic exchanges between Antwerp and Haarlem during the Revolt - De Zeventiende Eeuw, 22 (2), 194-216
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2012) - The end of the connoisseur? Experts and knowledge production in the visual arts in the digital age - Information, Communication and Society (print), 16 (2), 194-216
  • K Jonckheere & Filip Vermeylen (2011) - A world of deception and deceit? Jan Campo Weyerman and the eighteenth-century art market - Simiolus: Netherlands quarterly for the History of Art (online), 35 (1-2), 100-113
  • Filip Vermeylen (2007) - The sorrow of Belgium: Tax expenditures as an underused source for financing the arts in Belgium - Boekman. Tijdschrift voor Kunst, Cultuur en Beleid, 1-4

  • Filip Vermeylen, H Vlieghe & D Lyna (2008) - Auctions and art dealers: the dissemination of Netherlandish painting during the Ancien Régime - Brepols

  • Filip Vermeylen, H Vlieghe & D Lyna (2009) - Art Auctions and art dealers: the dissemination of Netherlandish painting during the Ancien Régime - Brepols

  • Filip Vermeylen (2021) - Antwerp as a Center of Artistic Collaboration: A Unique Selling Point? - Brepols
  • Filip Vermeylen & KJ De Clippel (2018) - À propos d’Adriaen Brouwer, mobilité et innovation artistique - Amsterdam University Press
  • Filip Vermeylen & KJ De Clippel (2018) - Over Adriaen Brouwer, mobiliteit en artistieke innovatie - Amsterdam University Press
  • Filip Vermeylen & KJ De Clippel (2018) - Adriaen Brouwer, mobility and artistic innovation - Amsterdam University Press
  • Filip Vermeylen & A Shaban (2017) - Comércio no Setor Criativo: Comparando India com China, Brasil e Reino Unido - Editora UFRGS
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - The India Art Fair and the market for visual arts in the Global South - Oxford University Press
  • FJJ Hest & Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Has the art market become truly global? Evidence from China and India - Palgrave Macmillan
  • C Rasterhoff & Filip Vermeylen (2014) - The Zeeland connection: the art trade between the southern and the northern Netherlands during the seventeenth century - Brepols
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2013) - Art markets - Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Filip Vermeylen & KAJ de Clippel (2013) - Frans Hals and the Flemish artists: dialogue or one-way street? - nai010 publishers
  • Filip Vermeylen & KJ De Clippel (2013) - Frans Hals en zijn Vlaamse collega's: dialoog of eenrichtingsverkeer? - nai010 publishers
  • Filip Vermeylen (2013) - Between hope and despair. The state of the Antwerp art market, 1566-1585 - Brepols
  • Filip Vermeylen (2010) - The colour of money. Dealing in pigments in sixteenth-century Antwerp - National Gallery of art
  • Filip Vermeylen (2010) - Antwerpen wordt een metropool, 1500-1542 - Waanders
  • Filip Vermeylen (2009) - Introduction - Brepols
  • Filip Vermeylen (2009) - Art auctions in seventeenth and eighteenth centuries - Brepols
  • Filip Vermeylen (2007) - Antwerpen: het Onze-Lieve-Vrouwepand. Vernieuwingen in de kunsthandel - Bakker
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - The Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke and the marketing of paintings, fifteenth-eighteenth centuries - Brepols
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - The art of the dealer. Marketing paintings in early modern Antwerp - Uitgeverij Verloren
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Adulturous woman on the loose : Rubens paintings sold at auction in Antwerp during the eighteenth century - Brepols

  • Filip Vermeylen (2021) - Arte y dinero: Marinus van Reymerswale y el mercado del arte en Amberes - Prado Museum
  • Filip Vermeylen (2021) - Art and Money: Marinus van Reymerswale and the Antwerp Art Market - Prado Museum
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - Towards new forms of creative entrepreneurship. The example of Blue City Lab - Rotterdam Arts & Sciences Lab
  • Filip Vermeylen (2011) - De Antwerpse kunstmarkt tijdens de 16e en 17e eeuw - Schoten
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Marinus van Reymerswaele: El cambista y su mujer - Caja Duero
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Taller de Pieter Brueghel El Joven: El abogado del puebleo - Caja Duero
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Kunst en economie - LannooCampus

  • Filip Vermeylen (2014) - New information brokers and art canons: online art information search and its implications
  • Filip Vermeylen (2014) - Keynote: In search of Netherlandish art: cultural transmission and artistic exchanges in the Low Countries
  • Liesbeth De Strooper & Filip Vermeylen (2012) - No Bubble like an Art Bubble? An analysis of recent booms and busts in the international market for paintings

  • Filip Vermeylen & A Sarkar (2017) - The commodification of art. Moving Indian painting in the global art market - CHIA

  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - The eye of the beholder? Evolving notions of quality in the global art market - Erasmus Research Centre for Media, Communication and Culture (ERMeCC)

  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Keynote: Recent trends in cultural economics
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Keynote: Continuity and change. The nineteenth-century art market in perspective
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Do we still need art historians? Connoisseurship and art expertise in the digital and global art market
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Not so global after all: the contemporary art market and emerging economies
  • C Rasterhoff & Filip Vermeylen (2014) - Mediators of Trade and Taste: Early Modern Dealers and the European Art Market
  • Liesbeth De Strooper & Filip Vermeylen (2014) - Volatility as a measure for the art market
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2012) - The valorization of art and experts in the contemporary market
  • Payal Arora & Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Shaping the culture of art markets through new digital learning and evaluation
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2011) - The rise of new experts: consumers and the art world in the digital age
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2011) - Battling uncertainty: old and new experts in the market for visual arts
  • Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Mission impossible? Assessing quality in the visual arts in historical perspective
  • Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Kennisoverdracht en artistieke uitwisseling in de Nederlanden tijdens de zeventiende eeuw
  • Payal Arora & Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Learning to evaluate art in the digital age
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2011) - The end of the art connoisseur? Experts in the visual arts market in past and present
  • Filip Vermeylen & Maarten Dijck (2011) - Canon formation and the test of time in the visual arts in the Low Countries, seventeenth century-present
  • Filip Vermeylen & Payal Arora (2011) - The rise of new experts: consumers and the art world in the digital age
  • Payal Arora & Filip Vermeylen (2011) - The rise of the new experts: Digital learning in the art world
  • Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Waiting for Rubens: The Antwerp Art Market in Transition 1585-1608
  • Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Middelburg als centrum voor de kunsthandel tussen de Noorderlijke en Zuidelijke Nederlanden
  • Filip Vermeylen & N de Marchi (2009) - Agglomeration spillovers, buzz, and family ties in sixteenth-century Antwerp
  • Filip Vermeylen (2009) - Constructing the canon. Taste formation and eighteenth-century art auctions
  • Filip Vermeylen & KAJ de Clippel (2009) - A prolonged affair: Antwerp and the Haarlem school of painting during the seventeenth century
  • Filip Vermeylen (2008) - Between hope and despair. The state of the Antwerp art market, 1566-1585
  • Filip Vermeylen (2008) - Cultural economics and the market for Flemish tapestries
  • Filip Vermeylen (2008) - Broadening the horizon: Joachim Patinir and the expansion of the sixteenth-century art market
  • Filip Vermeylen (2008) - The economics of tapestry making
  • Filip Vermeylen (2008) - Pricing the canon. Eighteenth-century art auctions as value setting mechanisms
  • Filip Vermeylen (2007) - The sorrow of Belgium: Tax expenditures as an underused source for financing the arts in Belgium
  • Filip Vermeylen (2007) - Painting in times of war: the birth of the Dutch art market during the Revolt (1568-1648)
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Scire est mensurare? Culturele economie als wetenschappelijke discipline
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Public services in Rotterdam and Antwerp during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries
  • Filip Vermeylen (2006) - Schilderen volgens de regels. De regulering van de Antwerpse kunstmarkt tijdens de zestiende en zeventiende eeuw

  • Filip Vermeylen (11 september 2019) - Rubens - interview
  • Filip Vermeylen (4 september 2019) - Jan van Eyck - interview
  • Filip Vermeylen (2 januari 2017) - John Maynard Keynes - lead interviewer and narrator
  • Filip Vermeylen (17 december 2016) - De man achter John Maynard Keynes - In-depth interview
  • Filip Vermeylen (26 oktober 2016) - Art as investment - interview

  • Payal Arora & Filip Vermeylen (2014) - The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS) - The Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS)

  • Filip Vermeylen (2009) - Workshop: Erasmus Universiteit, de Boekmanstichting en de cel Cultuur van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap - Workshop: Erasmus Universiteit, de Boekmanstichting en de cel Cultuur van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap

  • Filip Vermeylen (2020) - Art market research in Asia: challenges and opportunities - Workshop on Art Markets, Cultural Heritage, the Global & the Digital
  • Filip Vermeylen & Bhagyalakshmi Daga (2019) - Caught in the wheels of commerce: The commercialization of traditional art in India - Guest lecture: Money and the Fine Arts
  • Filip Vermeylen (2019) - The export of Antwerp carved altarpieces to the Baltic during the sixteenth century - Symposium Netherlandish altarpieces in the Nordic region
  • Filip Vermeylen (2019) - Revisiting 30 years of art market studies in the North - Conference Oceans, art and market. Fifty years of international research and methodologies
  • 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 - Art Markets workshop - Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - Antwerp as a Center of Artistic Collaboration: a Unique Selling Point? - Conference Many Antwerp hands. Collaborations in Netherlandish Art 1400-1750
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - Art fairs and the new markets for visual art in Asia - Art Taipei Forum
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - A mass market for art? Democratizing tendencies in the art market of the Low Countries during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries - TIAMSA Conference Art for the People? Questioning the Democratization of the Art Market
  • Filip Vermeylen (2018) - The commodification of traditional art in India in the global and digital age - invited lecture
  • Filip Vermeylen & Bhagyalakshmi Daga (2018) - Caught in the wheels of commerce. The commercialization of Madhubani painting in India - Conference The Values of Craft
  • Filip Vermeylen (2017) - Caught in the wheels of commerce: the commodification of traditional art in contemporary India - invited speaker Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies
  • Filip Vermeylen (2017) - The historical roots of art fairs in Europe - Conference The Art Market
  • Filip Vermeylen (2017) - The commodification of traditional art forms in emerging art markets: the example of India - Invited speaker at Economics department of Catania University
  • Filip Vermeylen (2017) - The proliferation of art fairs in an historical context - Invited speaker at Economics department of Catania University
  • Filip Vermeylen (2017) - The origins of art fairs. Early examples from Antwerp - Conference The Art Fair (The International Art Market Studies Association)
  • Filip Vermeylen (2016) - The commodification of art. Moving Indian painting in the global art market - The 34th World Congress of Art History
  • Filip Vermeylen (2016) - Exploring the art market of the long nineteenth century - Workshop Art dealers and the making of the American art market
  • Filip Vermeylen & N de Marchi (2016) - Exploring Christie’s business model during the early nineteenth century - Conference Creating markets, collecting art
  • Filip Vermeylen (2016) - Early use of presale estimates at London art auctions: Exploring Christie’s business model during the early nineteenth century - Conference Association of Cultural Economists International
  • Filip Vermeylen (2016) - Artistic innovation and economic growth in historical perspective - Conference Association of Cultural Economists International
  • Filip Vermeylen (2016) - Christie’s and the professionalization of the art trade in the early nineteenth century - Seminar The art of persuasion: dealer strategies in the nineteenth-century art market
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Master class Emerging Art Markets - Porto Alegre, Brasil
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Art and economics in the age of Rubens - National Museum of Western Art
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - The European art market in European perspective - Japan
  • Filip Vermeylen (2011) - Art experts and intermediaries in the contemporary art market: an economic perspective - Department of economics, Duke University
  • Filip Vermeylen (2007) - Joachim Patinir and the rise of the Antwerp art market during the sixteenth century - Master Class on Patinir, Museo del Prado

  • Uli Hahn & Filip Vermeylen (2020) - High Profile Artists, Museums and Exhibitions and their Ecological Messages - Conference SUSTAINABLITY THROUGH ART. The Role of Art In and Towards Sustainable Changes
  • Filip Vermeylen (2019) - Artists’ mobility and the dissemination of technical innovations in painting in Early Modern Europe - Conference Conference Mobility Creates Masters. Discovering Artists’ Grounds 1550-1700, Centre for Arts Technological Studies and Conservation
  • Filip Vermeylen (2017) - Kunstgalaries in de 21ste eeuw: kansen en uitdagingen - Symposium De Oriënt 2.0
  • Filip Vermeylen (2016) - Wat is een goed schilderij? Kwaliteit in de kunst in historisch en geografisch perspectief - Bijeenkomst Orde van den Prince
  • Filip Vermeylen (2015) - Art and economics in the age of Bruegel - National Museum of Fine Art

  • KJ de Clipper, EJ Sluijter & Filip Vermeylen (2015) - De Zeventiende Eeuw (Journal)

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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