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Interview with Rob Weisberg, CEO of Invaluable

Interviews

Interview with Rob Weisberg, CEO of Invaluable

Rob Weisberg is the CEO of Invaluable, the world’s leading marketplace for buying fine art, antiques and collectibles. Invaluable works with more than 4,000 auction houses, dealers and galleries using in-house bidding technology selling everything from fine art to classic cars. Weisberg has ...

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Artsy App Review

Market

Artsy App Review

The web marketplace Artsy is on a mission to “make art accessible to anyone with an internet connection.” Part of their strategy in doing so is through their app, originally created in 2013 and recently updated to include an Augmented Reality, ‘view in a room’ feature. By downloading the ...

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Anni Oates – CEO/ Co-Founder of Art World Forum

Interviews

Anni Oates – CEO/ Co-Founder of Art World Forum

Conceived in Singapore in 2016, Art World Forum is a global platform that looks to connect and build valuable networks between art professionals and business leaders. Through hosting a series of conferences all over the world Art World Forum provides unique information, marketing and networking ...

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Cryptocurrencies in the Art Market

Blockchain

Cryptocurrencies in the Art Market

The name “Bitcoin” has become universal. Even those who work in the cosseted art market have heard of it. Meanwhile, others have boldly gone on to establish their own digital currencies, like Artbyte’s Artbyte, Maecenas’s ART, artist Sarah Meyohas’s Bitchcoin . Tech entrepreneurs envision ...

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The Potential Impact of Chatbots on the Art Market

AI

The Potential Impact of Chatbots on the Art Market

One of the most notable tech trends of 2018 has been the rise of the chatbot.  Chatbots are bits of software that interact with people the way humans expect others to engage them; that is, in conversation, naturally. Chatbot technology is actually quite old. The first chatbot, named Eliza, was ...

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The End of the Art Market As We Know It

Opinion

The End of the Art Market As We Know It

Yesterday, I had lunch with the former president of a UK-based auction house. On my train journey home to Brussels I read “DISRUPTION” by Stéphane Mallard, a French Author and Keynote Speaker. I was struck by the differences between the text I was reading and the conversation I had just a few ...

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Deloitte Art & Finance Conference, Luxembourg

Market, Opinion

Deloitte Art & Finance Conference, Luxembourg

Deloitte’s 11th Annual Art & Finance Conference took place in Luxembourg on Friday 26th October and focused on the role of technology within art and finance sectors. The event featured over 35 international industry leaders including tech experts, art lawyers, start-up innovators, gallery ...

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COART.IO – Interview with CEO and Founder Dmitrii Slabodchikov

Interviews

COART.IO – Interview with CEO and Founder Dmitrii Slabodchikov

COART, which stands for Collaborative Art, is an open source platform designed for art investment based on EOISIO-software. The platform introduces a new approach to the global art market for collectors, art dealers, gallery owners, auction houses, museums and art experts. They aim to connect key ...

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Understanding the Art Market

Books

Understanding the Art Market

The international art world is complex and ever-changing. It can be unpredictable, reacting to the people working within it. These include gallerists, auctioneers, collectors, art dealers, art historians, experts, art advisors, brokers and consultants. Viewed from the outside it can seem ...

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Growth of the Online Art Market

Market

Growth of the Online Art Market

The move to online has been a dominant force shaping the industry over the past ten years. Gallery owners, dealers and auction houses have been sceptical of bringing collections online, with the fear that it may “burn” and ultimately devalue the works. Once images are on the Internet they can ...

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Blockchain, Interviews

Blockchain Art Exchange, Interview with Founder and CEO Sascha Bailey

Sascha Bailey is an experienced Chief Executive Officer with a significant history of working in the art industry. He has curated over 10 exhibitions in London and worked with a long list of artists including Damien Hirst, Tony Craig, David Bailey and Brain Clarke. Son to photographer David Bailey, ...

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Interview with Adam Fields, Founder and CEO of ARTA

Interviews

Interview with Adam Fields, Founder and CEO of ARTA

Shipping high-end goods is complicated, time consuming and expensive. ARTA founder and CEO Adam Fields experienced these frustrations firsthand. While running operations and logistics for Artspace, it became apparent that an unnecessary amount of time, money, and resources were focused on post-sale ...

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