At the helm of Barnebys, Pontus Silfverstolpe understands the challenges facing society in the digital age.

With this experience, in a talk entitled ‘Behavior, Brand, Data - Why is tech important for the art market?’, Silfverstolpe will address several key themes allowing the public to understand these stakes from the point of view of a technological company.

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Silfverstolpe’s talk at Art Market Day, on 5 November 2018 at Centre Pompidou, will offer an enlightened analysis of the factors that are evolving in the digital sphere, which he will express in terms of the the stakes of the art market and auctions. He will emphasise the paramount important of branding, traffic and data appropriation for any company conducting online business.

Organised by the Le Quotidien de l'Art, the Art Market Day is the first conference dedicated to key players and personalities of the art market.

Professionals from all over Europe will gather at the Centre Pompidou, around round tables, panel discussions and keynotes to discuss the current state of the art market and its evolution.

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Specialised in fine arts and antiques, Pontus Silfverstolpe has more than twenty years of expertise in the field of art market and auctions, a background that inspired the project Barnebys, founded in 2011 with Christopher Barnekow.

Previously Director of Lilla Bukowskis and curator at Åmells Fine Art Dealer, Silfverstolpe has extensive experience in the art and antiques industry. As host of the TV show Antiques Detectives and editor of Swedish Antique Dealers, he writes regularly for different magazines and is a renowned expert in Scandinavia.

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