20-21 January 2017

Reservation is not necessary, first come first serve
Verbier Art Talks are free of charge

Verbier Art Summit, the exclusive global event where the art world meets the most innovative thought leaders, is proud to present its public program: Verbier Art Talks.

In 2017, Verbier Art Talks is organized in partnership with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and takes place in Verbier on Friday 20 & Saturday 21 January. The annual Verbier Art Talks will bring together leading artists, museum directors, writers, and professors in subjects such as philosophy, including Rem Koolhaas, Tino Sehgal, Beatrix Ruf, Daniel Birnbaum, Mark Fisher and Benjamin Bratton.

The Art Talks are held on 20 & 21 January from 15.00 to 18.30h in the W Hotel in Verbier, and will be entirely free for any art enthusiast to attend. Private collectors, artists, curators, art students, art history students, art professionals and other art lovers interested in the cultural value of art, are all invited to come to Verbier. It is a one-off chance to join 20 minutes-talk by international leading art world figures on topical issues.

The theme of the 2017 Verbier Art Summit & Verbier Art Talks is: Size Matters! (De)Growth of the 21st Century Art Museum. This engaging theme has been chosen by director Beatrix Ruf and her curatorial team at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

The outcome of the 2017 Verbier Art Summit and Verbier Art Talks will be available to the wider international art community by video, and will be documented in a special publication, designed by Irma Boom.

Verbier | Art Untold Association, Case Postale 435, 1936 Verbier, Switzerland

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Benjamin Bratton is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts Professor. For more about his work, please visit:
http://visarts.ucsd.edu/faculty/benjamin-bratton
http://www.bratton.info

Martha Rosler is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts MFA Alumna. For more about her work, please visit:
http://www.martharosler.net/