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Ms Stephanie Dieckvoss

Senior Lecturer and Course Director MA Art Market & Appraisal (Professional Practice)

About

I joined the department in September 2017 as senior lecturer and course director for the Art Market and Appraisal (Professional Practice) MA. I also teach at Central Saint Martins and UAL on Art History, Art Markets and Globalisation; and at Sotheby's Institute of Art Online Faculty and Christie's Education.

I hold an MA in Art History, an MBA (Public Services) and a PgCert in Art and Design Education and am a fellow of the Higher Education Authority and chair of Contemporary Markets, TIAMSA.

I write for Handelsblatt, run Kunstburo consultancy and have managed art fairs and worked for galleries internationally including charities such as the Serpentine Gallery and Contemporary Art Society. My research centres around contemporary art markets, cultural globalisation and the art school as institution.

I have an extensive and practical theoretical understanding of British and international art markets and a keen interest in art scenes of emerging markets.

Areas of specialism

  • Contemporary Art Markets
  • Artist and Market
  • Emerging Markets
  • Value generation in the arts
  • Globalisation
  • Ethics and globalisation
  • Institutional History and the Art School as Institution
  • Online teaching and learning

Qualifications

  • MA Art History, Courtauld Institute London
  • MA Art History, University of Hamburg
  • MBA (Public Services), Warwick Business School
  • PG Cert in Teaching Art & Design in Higher Education, UAL

Professional membership

Member of the Association for Art History.

Fellow of the Higher Education Authority 

Research

My research is based on cross-disciplinarity, collaboration, and sharing. I consider all areas of my professional engagement as part of my research process, being this professional work, journalistic activities, teaching as well as academic research. All these areas influence my research interests, activities, and outputs. My research is predominantly concerned with contemporary art markets and globalisation. I have published on the role of art academies within globalisation, and am preparing a number of journal articles around the role of the artist within the market. I have presented research on Frieze Art Fair as a platform for change in agency for the artist at the TIAMSA Art Fair Conference in London in July 2017 (proceedings forthcoming). I am furthermore interested in the art school as institution, globalisation and power and sustainability in the art world.

I write and publish in German and English. 

Publications

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