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Student profile:University graduates interested in developing their career in the professional sector of contemporary art. They do not require, although it is recommendable, prior knowledge of art and a certain level of English.
Graduate profile:Professional with good knowledge of the operation and profiles required by the art system, with the ability to integrate in its different areas, as well as to innovate and undertake new cultural and business projects.
Official Degree:Master`s Degree in Art Market and Management of Related Companies
Center responsible:Communication and Arts School
Branch of knowledge: Arts and Humanities
Openings available: Classroom attendance: 45 / Blended: 30
Total Credits:60 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
Academic year in which it was implemented: 2005 (own degree) - 2009 (Official master’s degree) - 2015 (Accredited)
Type of Education: Classroom attendance / Blended
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Program that specializes the student in the management of contemporary art, training to work in art galleries, auction houses, consultancies, fairs, festivals and events, as well as in the specialized press.
The Master's degree has a large faculty of professionals from the sector with internship programs and activities that guarantee the best immersion in the current art market, such as meetings with professionals, seminars and international workshops.
During the last decade, the Master's degree in Art Market and Management of Related Companies of Nebrija University has successfully filled a gap in the Spanish educational offer. It owes its marked practical nature to the fact that its main objective is the training of expert professionals in Art, trained to work in the field of Management, Administration and Creation of Businesses of the Art Market and Cultural Management.
The Master's degree has a complete curriculum that covers all professional aspects of the art market, with special attention to market analysis, the valuation of works of art and the development of visual memory. This Master's degree is designed so that the participant can access the Art labor market with the best training, as well as be able to create and manage his/her own business.
The academic program of the Master's degree is complemented by an internships policy that allows a direct knowledge of the profession in some of the most important companies and institutions in the sector. The participant also has access to personalized coaching sessions and personal marketing.
"In these years of directing the Master's Degree on the Art Market, I have had the satisfaction of verifying very closely the dynamism of a sector that is admirably committed to the development of culture and artistic talent, part of this commitment is reflected in its ability to welcome new initiatives, incorporating the enthusiasm that young professionals bring in. I firmly believe that it is an ideal sector for the realization and success of restless minds who dream of building the future."
Exclusive official master's degree, with access to the doctorate, with a regular presence at the top of the newspaper El Mundo’s ranking.
The graduates form a dense professional network of former students thanks to the training at the Madrid-Princesa campus, where students of 30 different nationalities live together.
In some of the best companies and institutions in the sector, such as ARCO, Estampa, Ivory Press, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum or Sotheby's Auctions.
BOE Num. 68, 21 March 2011
All our degrees and curricula have been prepared in accordance with the new guidelines set by current legislation, having already been verified by the National Agency for Quality Assessment.
The student must take 60 credits
Subject: Analysis of Artistic Techniques and Art since the 60s
Diana Angoso is a PhD in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, DAS in History of Contemporary Art and Graduate in Painting Restoration by the Istituto per l'Arte y il Restauro de Florencia. She is currently Coordinator of the Master's Degree in Art Market and Management of Related Companies. and of the Expert Course of Appraiser of Works of Art. In addition to being a professor of the master's degree, she is a guest lecturer in the Master's degree of Ephemeral Architecture of ETSAM and in the Master's Degree in Communication of Fashion and Beauty Vogue-Carlos III University of Madrid. Angoso has received awards (Innovation in Research, Case Western Reserve University, 2013), scholarships (Socrates-Erasmus Mobility, Institut Supérieur de Gestion, Paris, 2010), has coordinated exhibitions (Hormigón Armado, Ministry of Public Works, 2010) and she is co-author of publications (Artistic Techniques, Akal / Thyssen Museum, 2005). She has experience in the field of the art market as director of the Elba Benítez Gallery and as a cataloger in Fernando Durán Auctions.
Subject: Marketing and Communication
PDD from the IESE, he has an Undergraduate degree in Arts in European Business Studies by the University of Humberside (United Kingdom) and Higher Degree in European Business Administration with a specialty in Marketing from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Madrid. With over 20 years of work experience, he has worked in the marketing departments of Vodafone and the newspaper El Mundo; he has also been Marketing Director of Grupo CMS, and Director of Customer Services at the advertising agency PromocionArt. He is currently the owner and director of the Cámara Oscura art gallery in Madrid, specialized in international contemporary photography since 2007, and participates in many fairs around the world.
Subjects: Economy of art and appraisal
Doctor in Business Studies and Undergraduate Degree in Art History from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Lecturer at the Instituto de Empresa (IE), Autonomous University of Madrid, University of Salamanca, ARCO, among others. She writes articles on the economy and the art market in various publications such as Expansión, El Cultural (ABC), Lápiz, Exit. After working for several years in Citibank and The Bank of New York, she decided to dedicate herself to her passion -art- working in the art galleries Fernando Pradilla and Elba Benítez. In 2003, she created Arte Global, a pioneer art consultancy in its sector in our country. Curator of exhibitions such as "Ballester. Paisajes encontrados: El Bosco, El Greco, Goya", Museo Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid; “Explorando paradigmas”, MUSAC, León and Casa Árabe, Madrid; “Diálogos”, Beirut, Amman; “Mitos Contemporáneos", Domus Artium, Salamanca.
Subjects: New Media
Architect and doctor in architecture from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Since 1992, his work has taken place at the intersections between art, architecture and technology, combining artistic projects, sound production, teaching and research. He has shown his work in Spain, Austria, Mexico, Sweden and Japan, and has collaborated assiduously with the artists Rafael Lozano-Hemmer and Daniel Canogar. In addition to Nebrija University (Undergraduate degree in Fine Arts, Fundamentals of Architecture and Industrial Design), he is an associate professor at ESNE (University School of Design, Innovation and Technology) and the Master's Degree in Architectural Communication (MAca) of the ETSAM. He is a member of the ETCC Research Group (Cross-sectional Studies in Contemporary Creation) at Nebrija University in Madrid and the Hypermedia Research Group at the ETSAM. He has a blog called "La creación compatible” (The compatible creation) in the digital magazine FronteraD, of which he is assistant director and art director. He is currently working on two lines of research: on the one hand, emotional interfaces, the telematic neo-materiality and the post-digital re-enchantment of space, the body and objects, and on the other hand, the virtual/current architecture and its presence in creative processes.
Subjects: Art since the 60s.
PhD in Art History from the Complutense University of Madrid, Undergraduate degree from the same university and Diploma in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets from the School of Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Assets of Madrid. In the field of historical-artistic research, she has developed a transdisciplinary theoretical approach that addresses art-science-technology interrelationships around the aesthetics of contemporary media and materials. Since 2009, she has been working in the Department of Educational Programs of the Reina Sofía National Art Museum and she teaches courses at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum. As conservator-restorer she has participated in numerous projects, specializing in the problems of installations and contemporary sculpture in the Reina Sofía Museum and the IVAM. She has published in institutions such as the Félix Huarte Professorship, the Pátina magazine, the Spanish Group of the International Institute for Conservation, the Spanish Committee of Art History, or the Vostell-Malpartida Museum, and has given talks at centers such as MNCARS, Ars Santa Monica and Medialab-Prado. In the field of cultural management and social action through art, she is founding partner and President of the Acción C Cultural Association.
Subjects: Artistic avant-garde and gallery management.
Undergraduate degree in Art History from the Autonomous University of Madrid. PhD student in Art History from the University of Granada. Doctorate courses with Prof. Jonathan Brown at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University (USA). Diploma in Art of the Counter-Reformation by the Universitá Italiana per Stranieri of Perugia (Italy). She was part of the team of researchers in Spanish art at the Frick Art Reference Library in New York (USA). Between 1991 and 2008, she directed the Durán Gallery in Madrid and curated the Durán Painting Prize. She has taught master classes and seminars in the Master's degree of Museology at the Complutense University of Madrid, the Higher Institute of Art, the Alliance Française, the ESCP Europe Business School, the Claves de Arte Foundation, the National Institute of Public Administration, etc. Currently, she combines cultural and artistic management with teaching at Nebrija University and the Nebrija Institute of Professional Competences. She is part of the research group Transversal Studies in Contemporary Creation, of Nebrija University in its line 3, "Art system: value, market, management and collecting". She is Section Editor for Spain and Portugal in the Art Market Dictionary that the De Gruyter publishing house, Berlin, is preparing for its next publication in 2018.
Subject: Emerging Markets and Art Criticism
Urbanist Architect by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (1999). PhD Architect for the Thesis "Objects and Collective Actions of Lina Bo Bardi", outstanding cum laude (UPM, 2010), thesis awarded by the Caja de Arquitectos Foundation, the 8th and the 11th Ibero-American Architecture and Urbanism Biennial. Diploma from the Anahuac University of Mexico. Professor of National and International University accredited by ANECA.
She combines her activity as a researcher and teacher with being a professional independent architect.
She began her teaching work in Rosario, Argentina, in 2001. Lecturer at the University of Sanos, São Paulo, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, the Technische Universität München. Architekturmuseum and Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the University of Sassari, Sardinia and the Anahuac University of Mexico. She participates in academic conferences such as "Transatlantic Encounters, Avant-garde Discourses in Spain and Latin America," at the Reina Sofia Museum, and "Permanent Change: Plastics in Architecture and Engineering" at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) of Columbia University. Author of texts such as "Colectivo México Ciudad Futura. Reversibilidad antropógena de los hechos urbanos”, “(Re) Thinking Tropicalia”, “Cartografías de la Ciudad Universitaria Latinoamericana.”
Laureate Teaching Innovation Award 2012 for the research A Circuit for Contemporary Latin American Art.
She participates in national and international conferences, among which stand out her participation in the "Transatlantic Encounters, avant-garde discourses in Spain and Latin America", of the Reina Sofía Museum (2013) and "Permanent Change: Plastics in Architecture and Engineering" at the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) from Columbia University (2011). She has been invited to several Conferences and Seminars on Architecture and Gender in Seville, Lisbon and Valencia as an expert.
Editor, coordinator and author of texts such as "Architecture and Society"; researcher for Latin American development with works such as "Colectivo México Ciudad Futura. Reversibilidad antropógena de los hechos urbanos", "(Re)Thinking Tropicalia", "Cartografías de la Ciudad Universitaria Latinoamericana."
Graduates of the Master's Degree in Art Market and Management of Related Companies are trained to work in:
The students of the Master's Degree would curate each year an exhibit of emerging and consecrated artists:
10 May to 10 June 2018, Galileo Cultural Center
The exhibition Liminal State presents the work of a series of artists who, in different formats and perspectives, reflect on this particular state through which the contemporary subject goes through.
Artists: Irene Cantero (Sevilla, 1985), Fito Conesa (Cartagena, 1980), Mario Espliego (Guadalajara, 1983), Núria Güell (Girona, 1981), Jimena Kato (Lima, 1979), Nacho Martín Silva (Madrid, 1977), Andrés Pachón (Madrid, 1985), Paula Rubio Infante (Madrid, 1977).
Curation team: María Alcalá, Désirée Arrizabalaga, Marta Corral, Celso Cuesta, Ángela Ruiz and Yu Wang.
May 2017, Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid
Based on a critical positioning, a selection shown by artists that value trash not only in its aesthetic dimension, but as a source of knowledge of the societies and individuals that generate it.
Artists: Álvaro Torres, Basurama, Elisa Pardo, Enrique Radigales, Gala Knörr, Isidro López-Aparicio, Jon Gorospe, Julia Llerena, Manuel Antonio Domínguez, Raúl Hidalgo.
Equipo curatorial: Alejandro Montes, Ana Muñoz Estepa, Beatriz Pérez Campaña, Ying Qu
June 2016, Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid
This exhibition project covers both the traditional way of romantic representation of the landscape, and the approach to the landscape from the experiential point of view, where artists are interested in their own experience, having it as a determining element.
Artists: Nagore Amenabarro, Alda Andrés Rodrigálvanez, Jose Cháfer Cruz, Javier Fernández Pérez de Lis, Diógenes Ferrándiz, Teresa Jareño Querejeta, Julia Llerena, Lucía Loren, Clara Sánchez-Sala, Víctor Santamarina, Anaya Subierviola and Fernando Villena.
Curation team: Ainhize Errekatxo Rekalde, Ruth Gómez de Santiago, Ángela Organero Manzanero.
June 2015, Matadero Design Center-Madrid
The collective exhibition aims to make known the mechanisms, methodologies and situations that have to do with the creative process in three converging areas: design, architecture and fine arts. The exhibition includes a set of documentary materials related to creation processes, as well as a selection of 17 projects that use varied languages and formats: from the design of furniture to the architectural project, through photography or installation pieces. The works constitute a representation of the undergraduate degrees of Fine Arts; Industrial Design Engineering and Product Development; and Fundamentals of Architecture taught at the Antonio Nebrija University of Madrid.
Artists: Daniel Cortieu, Antía P. Fernández, Eva M. Rodríguez, Kevin Jesús González, Daniel Gómez, Rafael Romero, Alberto Vera, Teresa Jiménez, Elisa Cuesta, David Mesa, Álvaro Zuñiga ,Pablo de Felipe, Clara Rodríguez, Adriana Gómez, Miriam Sanz, Azucena Alba, Virginia Lallana, Alberto Magno, Eva Mansergas, Rocío Martín Gorbe, Natalia Minguela, Mariana Montes de Oca, María José Cosano.
Exhibit design: Diógenes Ferrándiz, Marta Del Ganso, Cristina Navarro and Miguel Guzmán.
Graphic design: Bárbara Galiano and Rodrigo Martínez.
Curation team: Diego Díez Díez, Guadalupe Linares Linares, Laura Darriba Rodríguez y Postrimera Beard Gómez coordinados por Esther Moñivas and Amaia de Meñaka.
June 2014. Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid.
A current reflection on time and its nature in the hands of emerging and consecrated artists supported by two key concepts: memory and a moment. Based on this idea, that of the moment, the work of art is presented as its materialization, or in other words, the work of art as a moment in itself.
Artists: Lucía Alonso, Cuco, Silvia Cuenca, Esther Faúndez, Fiz Gratacós, Sila Herrera, Miguel Marina, Juan Martínez, Jacob Medrano, Mariano Sánchez, Darío Villalba and Juan Zamora.
Curation team: Students of the 9th Edition of the Master's Degree in Art Market and Management of Related Companies
June 2013, Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid
What is it that we hope for? What is the wait like? And above all, how is the concept of waiting addressed by current art? These questions are dealt with in "Tomorrow. Urgent practices of current art", an artistic project that aims to delve into expectation from contemplation, but also from action.
Artists: Elisa Cuesta, Javier Cruz, Humberto Díaz + Daniel Silvo, M. Diógenes Ferrándiz, Lucía García (Maya Kapouski), Manuel Pérez de Guzmán, Alba Soto and Daniel Valls.
Curation team: Yue Chen, Matilde Gil Rovira, Paula Gómez, Rafael Heredia, Jennifer R. Lafuente Canicio, Ana Orovio Loro, Carmen Pérez de Guzmán, Laura Vila Lorenzo coordinated by Lola Iglesias.
June 2012, Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid
The exhibition analyzes the crisis of traditional models of knowledge and representation, and the current influence of new technologies. In short, a paradigm shift in art that shapes new realities.
Artists: Julio Adán, Irene de Andrés, Joan Cabrer, Colectivo L2, Fernando Gutiérrez y .tape., Cristóbal Hernández, Esther Mañas, Regina de Miguel, Álvaro Martínez, Flavio Mielnik, Rafa Munárriz, Bruno Ollé, Bárbara Sánchez, Enrique Tomás, Paloma Polo and Julia Varela.
Curation team: Students of the 7th edition of the Master's Degree in Art Market and Related Companies of the Antonio de Nebrija University
Members of the curatorial team: Juana Arana, Elena García, Raquel Gómez, María Marco, Carlota Pérez-Reverte, Lourdes Pujante, Andere Santiesteban, Sonsoles Vidal.
Conference by Gloria G. Durán (PhD in Fine Arts, painter, writer, researcher and professor): "Entre celda y lanzadera. Derivas de la habitación del artista"
June 2011, Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid.
The exhibit has the artist's room as a generic conceptual framework, its closest everyday space, the room of oneself. The title of the exhibition refers to that intimate space that we all protect and that we keep inside.
Artists: Diego Barrera and Julieta Triangular, Betsué-Vives, Sandra Blanca Arana, María García-Ibáñez, Andrés Montes, Antía Moure, Xavi Muñoz, Concha Prada, Belén Rodríguez González, Cristina Toledo, Alvaro Urbano, François Vanneraud.
Curation team: Cristina Arias, Eva Lapuente, Antonio López, Henar Pérez, Alma Sánchez.
Members of the curatorial team: Juana Arana, Elena García, Raquel Gómez, María Marco, Carlota Pérez-Reverte, Lourdes Pujante, Andere Santiesteban, Sonsoles Vidal.
Lecture by Juan Canela (independent curator): ¿"Os acordáis de cuándo había horizonte"?
June 2010, Municipal Board of Arganzuela, Madrid.
Collective exhibition of contemporary art explores 'the complexity of what is real' from Lewis Carroll and his famous work 'Alice in Wonderland'.
Curation team: Students of the 5th edition of the Master's Degree in Art Market and Related Companies of the Antonio de Nebrija University.
Artists: Sae Aparicio, Juan Baraja, Misha Bies, Estéfani Bouza, Paco Cao, Zaida Cordero, Julio Falagán, Alexandra Fernández, Javi Larrauri, José Luis Serzo, Sheila Pazos, and Afrodita Psarra.