What does it mean to collect in the digital age?
It’s undeniable how much technology has influenced art and its market in recent decades. Art experts will explore technological developments and applications throughout the whole of the art business.
Please take note that this session took place live during the 1AN Symposium at Art New York.
Jenny Park Adam
Jenny Park Adam is the founder and CEO of ARTDEX, the art-technology company based in NYC. ARTDEX was named as the top venture project at Stanford GSB (Graduate School of Business) ‘IGNITE,’ a global innovation & entrepreneurship program in 2015. Jenny earned her master’s degree in Art History, Connoisseurship and the History of the Art Market at Christie’s Education New York. She also worked as a curatorial researcher for the ‘Corsair’ online project cataloging the Morgan Library & Museum’s world preeminent collection of Rembrandt etchings. Before founding ARTDEX, she worked as an international art and real estate consultant, attending major international art fairs, curatorial events and art auctions for an exclusive community of private clients from around the world providing expertise support regarding fine art collection management in acquisitions, sales and education for over a decade. As a devoted patron of New York’s art community, Jenny has assumed a variety of distinguished leadership roles in NYC’s museum affiliate programs as a member of: the Acquisitions Committee and “Intervals” Project Committee of Young Collectors Council at the Guggenheim Museum; and the Endowment Committee of Junior Associates at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). She is currently an Officer, Vice Chairman of the Contemporary Arts Council, a member of the Library Council, a Trustee Committee member for the Museum Archives, Library and Research Dept.
With over 10 years of experience in the field, Conner Williams joined artnet Auctions in 2013. Since graduating from Columbia University with a MA in Art History, he has served tenures at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in the Prints, Post-War & Contemporary, and Old Master Paintings departments. His experience as an instructor and museum educator at several institutions, including the Morgan Library & Museum, the New Museum, the Norton Simon Museum of Art, and Parsons The New School for Design, complements his knowledge of the art market and underscores his sound advice to collectors and sellers alike.
Lucy Redoglia is a museum marketing and communications specialist, currently working as Social Media Manager the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. She has received international acclaim for her imaginative and forward thinking approach to social media. From 2009–2015, Lucy worked in the Digital Media department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, contributing to many aspects of digital strategy including email marketing, website imaging and design, and social media. Lucy also built the social media presence for ArtPrivée, an online directory of private art collections around the world, and a resource for art enthusiasts and collectors. She is particularly interested in the ways technology can enhance communication and engagement with art. Lucy loves the encyclopedic collections of the museums for which she has worked, bringing awareness of the museum initiatives and their artworks to a global audience.