This event brings together art market specialists, collectors, technologists and financial analysts for a full day of discussions and talks on the crossover of art with blockchain, AI and other innovative technologies.
Basel ArtTech+Blockchain Connect brings together art market professionals, artists, collectors, blockchain companies and the crypto community to learn how technology is used in today’s art market and how it is shaping its future.
New Art Academy and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, present a conversation about disruptive and impactful potential of using blockchain technology in media, art, journalism and advertising.
This session, presented by David Shapiro, will focus on art appraisal as it intersects with the law. We will survey the purposes for which art is appraised (e.g., tax, insurance, collateralized transactions) and discuss how appraisals function in legal conflicts.
Patrick Regan brings to this talk his experience as a gallerist, auction specialist, advisor and appraiser. He will discuss some of the more practical issues of authenticity to the advisor and appraiser and will use examples from Asian Art to illustrate some problems, tricks, and tips to begin the assessment of a work or a collection.
With rapid globalization in the art market, there is an increased emphasis on the high level of care, discretion, security, reliability, and transparency in regards to Art Logistics. Join us for an interactive conversation with Kevin Lay, Director of Operations at ARCIS, a soon-to-be-open first foreign trade zone and a sustainable and eco-friendly fine art storage facility in Manhattan.
Of the myriad new technologies to arrive on the scene in recent years, none has demonstrated the potential for a more profound and far-reaching impact than that of the Blockchain.
The art fund industry has secured its place as an investment vertical in the world of finance. The fast-paced high volatility of the art world has attracted investors who typically invest in high-growth high-risk ETFs and Funds. Also learn how blockchain technology is applied to the art market.
The fast-paced growth of art as an asset class has conceived several verticals within art financing. Nigel Glenday, Vice President, Athena Art Finance wll share his insights on this highly relevant topic.
The fast-paced growth of art as an asset class has conceived several verticals within art financing. This lecture will focus on art lending and the most popular companies that work in the lending space. We will look at the history of art lending, who discovered it and how is it performing.
A thorough understanding of collection management is fundamental for asset management and art investments. This session explores how quality art collections are built and managed.