Anne Bracegirdle

Senior Director, PaceX, London, UK

"Join me alongside Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, multimedia artists, Christiane Paul, Adjunct Curator of Digital Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art and Aaron Wright, Co-Founder OpenLaw on June 26th, 2020 at 1400 UTC on Art + FinTech 2.0 webcast series. Moderated by Dinis Guarda, Founder & CEO Ztudium, the panel will discuss  the Public Key/ Private Key project launched for the Whitney Museum of American Arts new-media portal on March 5th, 2019 that addresses themes of ownership and the role that donors play in the mission of museums and their conservation of cultural objects."

PaceX is a new initiative by Pace Gallery founded in 2019 to support projects at the intersection of art and technology.

Anne Bracegirdle is a Senior Director of Special Projects at PaceX, where she focuses on programming and digital strategy. Previously, as an AVP and Specialist at Christie’s New York, Anne spearheaded Christie’s Art + Tech initiative, which culminated in two Art + Tech Summits, Exploring Blockchain (2018) and The A.I. Revolution (2019), in collaboration with Hyundai’s Art Lab. During her ten years at Christie’s she served as a specialist of Russian Art, 19th Century European Art, and Photographs. Anne speaks widely on the topic of art and blockchain and has been cited in The New York Times, The Financial Times, Forbes, The Art Newspaper, among others; she has held speaking engagements with SXSW, the World Economic Forum, The FT Festival, and more. Anne received her MA from Sotheby’s Institute in London and BA from Fordham University in New York.