ARTnews and Academic Travel Abroad launch 2022 international getaways – ARTnews.com
ARTnews launches an exciting new travel program for 2022 that offers exceptional experiences in the hotspots of world art. Join one or more of the ARTnews trips starting in May, September, October and November 2022. We’ll take you to visit private workshops and galleries, explore iconic museums with exclusive access, and explore quaint art destinations and vibrant art districts. Discuss your latest favorites with other art lovers and professionals over a cocktail during receptions and in the museum’s galleries after opening hours. After an art-filled day, sleep in comfort in stylish, downtown hotels and historic inns.
These trips are a natural collaboration designed with our readers in mind. We hope you enjoy some of our favorite places, informed by insights from our industry experts. Savor private tours designed in concert with artistic powers and soak up the intoxicating and creative atmosphere of must-see destinations. Our in-house professionals will act as guides, providing sophisticated analysis and engaging commentary familiar to readers. Our intrepid guides include Marion maneker (editor of Observatory of the art market and old ARTnews Managing Editor), Emily watlington (Art in America associate editor), and Andrew Russeth (art critic and former ARTnews editor-in-chief).
Here is a quick overview of our offers:
Santa Fe Artistic Scene – May 18-22, 2022: 5 days
Join Marion Maneker as we celebrate New Mexico’s historic and contemporary artistic landscapes. Sip cocktails at one of New Mexico’s oldest working galleries and discover Santa Fe’s innovative amalgamation of arts and crafts. Meet professors, artists, and School for Advanced Research scholars , a leading institution that preserves and revitalizes Amerindian cultural heritage and art. An excursion to Georgia O’Keeffe’s Ghost Ranch presents the historically rich context of the artist’s dramatic landscapes.
The art of Berlin: diversity and dichotomy – September 9-15, 2022: 7 days
Emily Watlington will reveal how Berlin’s tumultuous history sparked scenes of eclectic art and architecture that thrive today. Immerse yourself in the exuberance of Berlin with tours of private workshops and collections, art laboratories, tony cultural districts and avant-garde galleries. Discover incomparable antiques and Islamic art on Museum Island, a UNESCO site, and go behind the scenes on a day trip to Meissen, Europe’s oldest porcelain factory.
South Korea: a cultural power – Oct 7-14, 2022: 8 days
Seoul’s art scene embraces treasured artifacts alongside cutting-edge contemporary works. Join Andrew Russeth for privileged access to private art galleries featuring emerging artists and major contemporary art museums exhibiting Korean visionaries. Savor traditional Korean dishes and museum tours showcasing Korean nobility and ancient culture. One day is set aside for a guided outing through the serene mountainous landscape of Museum SAN (Space Art Nature), where you will participate in a private meditation class.
A look at the art of Los Angeles – 2-6 November 2022: 5 days
Marion Maneker will present a distinctive take on the contemporary LA art scene. Soak up insider knowledge on an evening tour of Broad, the city’s first major new art museum in nearly 20 years. Curators and art historians guide you through private collections, downtown architecture, the Getty, and the Hammer Museum. Meet local artists in their working environment, and learn how larger-than-life installations are built in a Los Angeles fabrication studio.
Each tour includes accommodations, select meals, entrances, guides, and ground transportation, along with comprehensive health and safety protocols. All logistics are professionally handled, so you are free to relax and enjoy the experience alongside other tour members who share your passion for art, travel, and learning.
Space is limited, so please call 1-877-813-0690 for more information, or visit www.artnews.com/travel-programs to reserve your space today.