17.30 (BST)

Join ArtTactic and London Art Week for drinks and a panel discussion centred on the market for women artists, both Contemporary and Old Masters. Guests will receive complimentary access to ArtTactic's specialised LAW report, our first ever dive into the market for Women artists born before 1900.

The panel will take place at Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, where we will be surrounded by his summer exhibition Beauty in Individualism: A Selection of Women Artists from the 20th and 21st Centuries.

  • 17:15: Doors open
  • 17:30 - 18:30: Panel discussion

Drinks served until 19.00.

At Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, 82 Park Street, Mayfair, W1K 6NH.

Tickets are £15 and include free access to special ArtTactic report and refreshments.

Tickets are now sold out. Please contact mail@londonartweek.co.uk for further information.

Lindsay Dewar, ArtTactic

Lindsay Dewar is the Head of Analytics, and has been with ArtTactic since 2017. Leading the analytics and research team, she is responsible for developing research and products. She also runs the mentoring and internship programmes. Her art world experience includes emerging Contemporary art galleries, art advisories and valuation companies, as well as various art research positions. She holds a Masters in Art Business from Sotheby's Institute of Art, and a Masters in Art Market Appraisal from Kingston University.

Hettie Judah, freelance writer

Hettie Judah is chief art critic on the British daily paper The i, a regular contributor to The Guardian's arts pages, and a columnist for Apollo magazine. She writes for Frieze, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, ArtReview and other publications with 'art' in the title, and is a contributing editor to The Plant magazine. Following publication of her 2020 study on the impact of motherhood on artists' careers, in 2021 she worked with a group of artists to draw up the manifesto How Not To Exclude Artist Parents, now available in 15 languages. She regularly talks about art and with artists for museum and gallery events, and has been a visiting lecturer for Goldsmiths University and the Royal College of Art in London and Dauphine University, Paris. A supporter of Arts Emergency she has mentored artists and students through a variety of different schemes. As a broadcaster she can be heard (and sometimes seen) on programmes including BBC Radio 4's Front Row and Art That Made Us. Recent books include How Not To Exclude Artist Mothers (and other parents) (Lund Humphries, 2022) and Lapidarium (John Murray, London, 2022/ Penguin, NY, 2023). She is currently working on a book and Hayward Touring exhibition On Art and Motherhood (opening at Arnolfini in Bristol, March 2024) among other things.

Jane Morris, art journalist

Jane Morris is a journalist, writer and broadcaster who specialises in the visual arts. She is an editor-at-large at The Art Newspaper and Cultureshock and contributes to the Economist, Monocle, Apollo, the Art Newspaper and Tortoise. She was the editor of The Art Newspaper for almost a decade. She was previously head of editorial at the Museums Association, and a judge of the European Museum of the Year Award. She has contributed to BBC Radio 3, Radio 4 and Monocle 24 radio, and has written for national newspapers including The Guardian and The Independent. She studied fine art at University of the Arts London (Central Saint Martin's), and journalism at City University, London.

Lisa Stevenson, Sotheby's

Lisa Stevenson joined Sotheby's in 2019, as Deputy Director, Deputy Head of Day Sales and Head of Online Sales, having previously worked at Phillips Auctioneers since 2014. Instrumental in launching the Impressionist and Modern Art department's online auctions, Ms Stevenson has been deeply involved in many single-owner collection sales from Europe and the United States. Ms Stevenson secured consignments throughout Europe, with a focus on France and German-speaking countries as well as advising Continental collectors on selling and buying. In 2022, Ms Stevenson joined the Contemporary Department as Head of Curated Sales and Director, developing an increasingly vital platform for Curated Sales in London.

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