Speaker(s): Daniel Doubrovkine, Josh Baer, Anne Dayton
How is Technology Changing and Shaping the Art World?
The art world is getting more innovative as the years pass.
Technology is art's best friend. It has never been easier for artists to connect with experts and art collectors from all over the world. The internet has made art more accessible than ever before. Art technology has made it possible for artists to create stunning works of art that can be enjoyed by everyone. Artists have always been at the forefront of art technology adoption. Whether it's using the latest materials or pushing the boundaries, and using everything from 3D printing to virtual reality to create art that wouldn't have been possible just a few years ago.
From virtual reality art galleries to online art auctions, there is no shortage of ways for artists to showcase their work and connect with potential buyers. In addition, social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook have given artists a powerful platform to reach new audiences and build a following. With the help of technology, the art world is more connected than ever before. Collectors can also select from a variety of apps to find art they love, while experts can use AI to identify forgeries.
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. As technology continues to evolve, it's clear that the art world will only become more connected.
Discussion Panel with Art Tech Experts: Josh Baer, Daniel Doubrovkine and Anne Booth Dayton
Reputable advisor, curator, art market journalist and Founder of The Baer Faxt, Josh Baer, Former 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.
Daniel Doubrovkine (aka dB.) is a seasoned entrepreneur and technologist, CTO at Artsy.net in New York, working on bringing the art world online. He is a maintainer of multiple popular open-source projects, including Java Native Access, Ruby Grape, Hashie and the popular Slack Ruby client, bot and server libraries. Daniel graduated from University of Geneva in late 90s and founded and sold...
Josh Baer is the determining factor that elevates and differentiates The Baer Faxt from other art industry newsletters.
In contrast to traditional journalism in which reporters look within the art world as outsiders to gather and disseminate vital information with little comprehension, Josh Baer is a renowned art expert who compiles art world data personally. He has a unique position...
Anne Dayton has 20 years of international sales and marketing experience, most recently from Collectrium, a member of the Christie’s group of companies. In her current role, Dayton is charged with identifying and developing revenue streams for the Collectrium suite of service and software. Collectrium is a digital platform of collection management tools which are integrated with a database...