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18 November 2019 | Art Market Day Paris

After a successful inaugural conference in 2018, The Art Market Day returns to Paris on 18 November 2019 for its second edition. Bringing together 300+ professionals driving the art market today and tomorrow, a series of panels, keynotes and demonstrations will help understand and anticipate the changing forces in the market. The conference is organised by a French leading art newspaper, the Quotidien de l'Art.

The topics of this years conference are:

  • Big data : new tools for the market ?

  • The global art market's return to local

  • The market for digital art

  • Funding for art market players

  • The 5th European anti-money laundering directive

  • Emerging artists

  • Brexit

Among the confirmed speakers are:

  • Georgina Adam, Contributor to Le Quotidien de l’Art, The Financial Times and The Art Newspaper, author of Dark Side of the Boom: the excesses of the art market in the 21st century (Lund Humphries)

  • Roxana Azimi, Editorial advisor to l'Hebdo du Quotidien de l’Art and journalist at Le Monde

  • Anne Laure Bandle, Lawyer and coordinator of Responsible Art Market

  • Fabrice Bousteau, Managing editor of Beaux Arts & Cie

  • Bernadine Bröcker Wieder, CEO and co-founder of Vastari Group

  • Nanne Dekking, President of TEFAF and founder of Artory

  • Armelle Malvoisin, Journalist at Le Quotidien de l’Art and Beaux Arts Magazine

  • Sophie Neuendorf, VP at Artnet

  • Adriano Picinati di Torcello, Founder and Director of the Deloitte Art & Finance initiative

  • Silfverstople Pontus, Co-founder of Barnebys

  • Ravi Vora, CEO of Catawiki

  • Elena Zavelev, founder and CEO of CADAF

The Art Market Day is an opportunity to network, make new contacts and discuss those topics that are on everyone’s mind. The conference is organiszed by a leading French art newspaper Le Quotidien de l'Art.

The conference is fully bilingual, in English and in French, with simultaneous translation devices available on demand. It will take place at the Grand Palais in Paris.

For more information and to register, please visit the organiser's webpage.


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