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March 2020: What data tells us about the Impact of Covid-19 on the art market

Nov 22, 2021

Pi-eX analyses historical auction sales trends to understand the impact Covid-19 has been having on the art market as of end of March 2020.
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The Fair Economy: How Art Fairs Have Reshaped the Art Market

Jan 14, 2020

Probably the most urgent challenge facing the arts sector concerns the question of representation and the responsibility of everyone working within the arts to encourage more egalitarianism through providing platforms and opportunities to a different voice.
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Understanding the New Generation of Auction Buyers

Jan 13, 2020

This panel of experts will answer the question: What are millennials collecting? They will explain how they analyze the behaviors of potential buyers in order to predict trends.
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The Art Market 2.0

Jul 3, 2019

This session will cover multiple technology solutions to help the art industry’s relationship with government legislators for trade, provenance and authenticity. We will discuss the importance of technology-driven transparency. These solutions embrace the improvement of the management and verification of collections & exhibit works.
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Regulating the Art Market 

Jul 3, 2019

US art dealers, auction houses, galleries, art museums, art fairs and art consultants may soon be subject to government financial regulation.  Many are calling for regulation in the art market to counter and combat the tax evasion, money laundering, price manipulation and trading on ‘inside information’. Proponents of regulation seek more open trading and greater disclosure of all aspects of art transactions, including details regarding the parties, prices and any guarantees.
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Art and Activism

Mar 14, 2017

Can political art change the world? History and current examples show that it can. This panel led by artist, writer and critic Bruce Helander and including contemporary gallerist Rhonda Long-Sharp, curator Daniel S. Palmer, who is involved in Public Art Fund's upcoming exhibition with Ai Weiwei, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors, and artist Ted Riederer, who is running a socially relevant project at CONTEXT, will discuss how art touches people at deeper emotional levels, conveying what cannot be said with simple facts.
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New York: When Creativity Ruled the Streets

Mar 14, 2017

New York’s artists made a giant impact on the art world. We saw the rise of art-as-popular-culture heroes Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Andy Warhol was leading the Pop Art movement. Further, the downtown performance art scene is legendary and the impact of works of art commissioned in a renewed spirit of civic art, as well as the postering of public spaces by the Guerilla Girls is evident to this day. Join our panel, led by pre-eminent art lawyer Barbara Hoffman with an original member of The Guerrilla Girls, Rosalba Carriera, legendary photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron, and artist, filmmaker and writer Jack Waters, as they discuss New York’s electrifying cultural scene, the artists that left their mark, and the vibrant scene today, which...
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Women Disrupting the Art World

Mar 14, 2017

Join this interactive discussion between Susan Mumford, founder and CEO of the Association of Women Art Dealers (AWAD), Colleen Marie Foley, interdisciplinary artist, Alexandra Darby, the Head of Operations at NEW INC, and Kelani Nichole, the owner of TRANSFER. They'll explore opportunities and challenges presented by technology, all the while uncovering how women are embracing digital to disrupt culture. 
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How is Technology Changing and Shaping the Art World?

Mar 14, 2017

The art world is getting more innovative as the years pass. Emerging trends are being shaped by technology and not only are we changing how we source art but also how we communicate and connect with one another. Reputable advisor, curator and art market journalist, Josh Baer, Artsy CTO, Daniel Doubrovkine, and VP, Sr. Director at Collectrium, Anne Booth Dayton, will discuss how technology is connecting artists, collectors and experts like never before.
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The Changing Face of New York’s Cultural Scene

Nov 16, 2016

Cultural life in New York has changed dramatically in the last two decades. Skyrocketing real estate prices have changed the physical landscape for galleries and artists and factors including the advent of the internet and proliferation of art fairs have affected the way we connect with art and culture. Join Art Advisor, Suzanne Julig, Gallery Owner, Ethan Cohen and Artist/Curator, Isaac Aden for a lively discussion of the changing face of New York’s cultural scene.
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Looking Ahead: The Contemporary Art Market in 2017

Oct 25, 2016

According to a recent survey by Deloitte, 78% of wealth managers believe that art should be part of a wealth management offering, up from 55% in 2014. Join art market experts Madelaine D'Angelo, Thomas Galbraith and Michael Phillips Moskowitz as they discuss the future of the Contemporary Art market, with a focus on collector behavior and art as an alternative asset.
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Art of the 80s - Renewed Interest

Jun 2, 2016

Join artnet senior specialist Gracie Mansion as she hosts a panel discussion on the art and artists of the 1980s, and their current resurgence in the auction market. Panelists include Sergio Bessa, Director of Curatorial and Education Programs, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Terrie Sultan, Director, Parrish Art Museum, Andreas Sterzing, legendary photographer, and collector Ron Rosenzweig.
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Let’s Talk Interior Design - Strategies for Art Lovers

Jun 2, 2016

Interior designers are at the forefront of the hottest design trends and can keep you on the cutting edge of what is happening. This session, delivered by designers who have influenced the design style of the Hamptons, will explain why this knowledge is an invaluable tool as you seek new art.
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Art Market Comparison and Analysis

Jun 2, 2016

The art market can be tricky to navigate and there are no guarantees of profitability but post-war and contemporary art is proving to be irresistible to collectors. Join Phillips specialists from Latin American Art, Post War and Contemporary Art and Watches, as they discuss the current state of the market.
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Balance of Power – Who are Today’s Market Makers and Influencers?

Apr 29, 2016

The art world has changed significantly over the years where we’ve seen an unprecedented number of art fairs, new technologies and record-breaking auction sales.
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Digits to Digital – Trends in Merging the Handmade with Digital Technologies

Mar 21, 2016

New technologies have ushered in not only a new aesthetic platform but have also invigorated ways in which analog and/or handmade material can be realized.
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New Tools of the Trade

Mar 21, 2016

What does it mean to collect in the digital age?
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The Habits of Successful Collectors

Mar 21, 2016

Whether you are buying out of personal passion or as a financial investment, it is important to ask the right questions to the right people, at the right time.
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Trends of the Art World from an Investment Perspective

Mar 21, 2016

As the finance industry moves towards viewing art as an asset, more collectors are looking to monetise their art and invest it in other interests.
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As I See It: Why Are Artists Willing to Starve in New York for Their Art?

Mar 21, 2016

The term ‘starving artist’ is synonymous with the seemingly chronic condition of young artists trying to survive as they attempt to develop a bona fide, paying career from their art.
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What Drives the Price of Great Paintings?

Jan 4, 2016

A frequent theme from journalists and critics alike is that the market for high art is irrational.
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An Insider’s Guide to New Ways of Collecting Art

Jan 4, 2016

Hear from a diverse panel of leading experts on new ways to build a collection, with a focus on how to leverage the Internet to find the works you love.
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The Fine Art of Looking

Jan 4, 2016

Discussion will focus on Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) and its applicability with adults.
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Visual Thinking Strategies – Making Meaning in Art

Jan 4, 2016

The presentation will be an opportunity to experience Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). VTS is used in educational institutions and fine art museums internationally. This method was developed in collaboration between the NY MoMA and Developmental Psychologist Abigail Housen. The VTS experience will engage viewers with visual art directly, developing their own meaning making abilities and observation skills.
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