How can we — collectors, gallerists, museums, art fair directors, curators, artists and arts professional — adapt and innovate in this time of rapid change?
Art + Fintech 2.0 offers an unprecedented stage where over 50 global art market and tech leaders who are shaping the art ecosystem today will uncover, examine and debate on the impact of the new age of digital disruption and innovation that has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The sessions from June 1st to June 29th, 2020 comprises of 15 thought-provoking panels, keynotes, conversations and fire-side chats that will draw on the pressing issues around the online art trade, new media art and blockchain.
The $150 registration fee covers access to all video archives that are only available to delegates.
Bottom Left: (Moderator) Brian Droitcour, Associate Editor and Online Editor Art In America, AIA The Program Art & Technology and Anne and Michael Spalter, Co-Founders The Anne + Michael Spalter Digital Art Collection
Bottom Left: (Moderator) Marianne Magnin, Managing Director Arteïa UK and Chair Art Identification Standard (AIS), Serena Tabacchi, Founder & Director MoCDA and Nanne Dekking, Founder & CEO Artory and Chairman of the Board TEFAF,
Top Left: Christiane Paul, Chief Curator Sheila C. Johnson Design Center and Adjunct Curator of Digital Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Anne Bracegirdle, Senior Director PaceX and Aaron Wright, Founder, OpenLaw, Consensys