ArtMarketGuru delivers dynamic and bespoke art market intelligence to everyone from the art novice to the industry expert. We look to provide the highest level of expertise to our clients using multiple sources of intelligence data in order to produce the most comprehensive analysis and leading industry research.
Our Digital Transformation Services help collectors, artists, art dealers, gallery owners and auctioneers navigate the online world and transform their digital presence. We take pride in being one of the first resources to study and analyse the impact of new technologies such as Blockchain, Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) on the art market.
We publish regular articles, reviews, and interviews via our blog, Le Journal, which explore the intersection of Art and Technology, looking at the changes, challenges and opportunities facing the market today. We discuss current trends, technologies and the newest business models whilst interacting with key industry leaders. In January 2018, ArtMarketGuru published the first Art and Blockchain Industry Report, an invaluable guide for those interested in making investments in and using art-related Blockchain technology. This has been followed by other specialist reports including our practical analysis on “How Auction Houses Can Benefit from Digital Transformation” published in November 2018.
With a strong focus on current technological advances, ArtMarketGuru is a leading source whether you are rethinking a business model, looking to invest in a new or existing business, or looking to form your own start-up, we aim to help businesses evolve.
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ArtMarketGuru was founded by Swiss art dealer Frédéric de Senarclens who led modern and contemporary art galleries in Geneva and Singapore, promoting renowned international artists, such as Bernar Venet, Fabienne Verdier, Thukral and Tagra, Chun Kwang Young, Shirin Neshat and Pablo Reinoso.
Passionate about public art, Frédéric de Senarclens has contributed to the installation of major public works internationally, including a monumental sculpture by American artist Jedd Novatt at the UOB Building, Singapore, a mural painting by British artist Ian Davenport at the HANA Building, Singapore and a light installation by French artist Pascal Dombis, Irrationnal Geometrics in Perth, Australia. In 2018, a monumental sculpture by Franco-Argentina artist Pablo Reinoso will be inaugurated at the Capella Hotel in Singapore and a sculpture by Jedd Novatt will be erected in mid-2019 marking the 700th anniversary of the city of Rolle, Switzerland.
With expertise in the field of art publishing, he has created a series of exhibition catalogues and contributed to the publication of reference books on Tribal Art (L’âme de l’Afrique: Masques et sculptures) and contemporary art (Art Plural: Voices of Contemporary Art). With a strong commitment to the discovery of young emerging artists de Senarclen’s has used his art expertise and passion for technologies to create three start-ups: ArtandOnly, ArtMarketGuru and ArtandCollect, all conceived in the year 2015.
ArtMarketGuru founder Frédéric de Senarclens was invited by Christie’s as a guest speaker at the first “Art+Tech Summit: Exploring Blockchain” (July 2018). He introduced the panel discussion entitled “Speculation and Previous Initiatives Issuing Shares in Art” and moderated the session “Blockchain in the Art World – Tokenisation and Securitisation”. In October 2018, he also moderated the session “The challenges to deploy blockchain in the art market to allow fractional investment in artworks” at the Deloitte’s 11th Art & Finance Conference.
www.artandcollect.com – a global marketplace that enables collectors to engage directly with buyers, taking sales into their own hands and posting works with no intermediary and no commission. Conceived as a worldwide network of art players, it provides the framework for buyers and sellers to start their own conversations, interacting directly with other collectors. Posting your first work on ArtAndCollect is completely free.