Le Journal

How the Art Market Can Successfully Comply With GDPR

Opinion

How the Art Market Can Successfully Comply With GDPR

From 25 May, 2018, the new EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will come into force, and the penalties for not complying with its complex demands are draconian, to say the least. Serious breaches can involve massive fines of up to four percent of a company’s yearly worldwide ...

read more
INTERVIEW WITH DIDIER CLAES, FOUNDER OF DIDIER CLAES GALLERY

Interviews

INTERVIEW WITH DIDIER CLAES, FOUNDER OF DIDIER CLAES GALLERY

Brussels-based art dealer Didier Claes specialises in African Art, his passion for art stemming from his childhood in the Congo. An art dealer for more than 20 years, he opened his own gallery in 2002. Here Didier Claes speaks with us about African Art’s place in the current international art ...

read more
Interview with Paul Campbell

Interviews

Interview with Paul Campbell

Artist Paul Campbell is an abstract painter based in Brooklyn, New York. Campbell favors non-conventional painting tools such spikey balls and remote-control cars over paintbrushes, to create surreal and emotionally rich scenes, where viewers have seen anything from fireworks to flowers. Le Journal ...

read more
Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality Products Disrupting the Art World

AR, Technology, VR

Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality Products Disrupting the Art World

Though very much an emerging technology, artists, museums, galleries, consumers, and collectors are experimenting with new frontiers of expression. Here we’re taking a look at the top 10 Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality products disrupting the art world today.   For Creators Most VR/AR ...

read more
Yehudit Mam, Co-founder of DADA.nyc

Blockchain, Interviews

Yehudit Mam, Co-founder of DADA.nyc

Based in New York, DADA is the only social network where people interact through drawings and one of the first online art galleries to use blockchain technology for the transaction of work. Yehudit Mam introduces us to the genesis and concept of her art gallery and explain how the Ethereum system ...

read more
Artificial Intelligence for Art Valuation

Market, Technology

Artificial Intelligence for Art Valuation

Who would have guessed ahead of the sale of Leonardo DaVinci’s Salvator Mundi in November 2017 that the painting would have fetched US$450 million at the auction block? Art appraisers hadn’t. Would Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) have been able to? Teams of art professionals, A.I. ...

read more
Feral Horses Opening the Art Market to Small Investors

Blockchain

Feral Horses Opening the Art Market to Small Investors

A Crowd Investment Platform Where to Invest in Shares of Artworks – An Interview with Feral Horses CEO Francesco Bellanca Etienne Verbist (EVB): Who are you and why do you do what you do? Francesco Bellanca (FB): I am the co-founder of Feral Horses, the online trading platform where people can ...

read more
Interview with Dr. Anne-Laure Bandle, Responsible Art Market (RAM)

Interviews

Interview with Dr. Anne-Laure Bandle, Responsible Art Market (RAM)

Thank you for taking the time to chat to us. Let’s start with a bit of background information on the initiative. How did Responsible Art Market come to be and what are some of the main aims behind the company? Dr. Anne Laure Bandle (ALB): In light of the growing risks art businesses and ...

read more
A.I. Protects Digital Rights

AI, Technology

A.I. Protects Digital Rights

Christy Turner was angry that her exotic photo shoot of the volcanic island of St. Helena had appeared on the cover of the island’s tourist magazine without her permission. It wasn’t the first time her work had been pilfered, though. She had used online services Copypants and Pixsy to find the ...

read more
CODEX Protocol

Blockchain, Interviews

CODEX Protocol

The Codex Title Registry is an innovative platform striving to create cutting edge applications that directly impact the Art & Collectibles industry. Following from our ongoing interest in the ever-growing developments in the worlds of blockchain technology and recent release of our specialised ...

read more
Computer Vision Eyes Art Markets

AI, Technology

Computer Vision Eyes Art Markets

The term Computer Vision conjures up the image of the metal eyeballs of the Terminator robot flashing in malevolence as they target their prey. Instead, the nascent Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) technology is bringing a level of understanding and categorization to images that is opening the art ...

read more
Valeria Napoleone Interview

Collectors, Interviews

Valeria Napoleone Interview

Tell us about your collection. How did you get started? I started collecting in 1997 when I was living in New York. I was completing a Master’s degree in Fashion at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) at the time, after doing my undergrad at NYU in Journalism. When I started the Master’s ...

read more
1 7 8 9 10 11 13