Filip Vermeylen (PhD. Columbia University 2002) is Professor of Global Art Markets at the Erasmus University Rotterdam in The Netherlands.
He lectures and publishes on various aspects of the economics of art and culture, and is currently the chair of the Department of Arts and Culture Studies. He is especially interested in the history and functioning of art markets since the Renaissance, the notion of quality in the visual arts, the role of intermediaries as arbiters of taste and emerging art markets such as India.
He is a board member of The International Art Market Association (TIAMSA) and co-founder of the Rotterdam Arts & Sciences Lab. Together with Christian Huemer (Belvedere, Vienna), he is currently writing a book on the history of the art market which will be published by Getty Publications. More information on Filip Vermeylen’s scholarly work and a full CV can be found on his website: filipvermeylen.com