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Le Quotidien de l'Art, the leader of the digital press of the art world, has set up the first bilingual conference for all key players and decision-makers in the European art market. The event Art Market Day, to be held on 5 November at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, will host nearly thirty international speakers. Between galleries, auction houses, art advisors, insurers and carriers, participants will enjoy a true panorama of experts from all over Europe.

Through a programme of roundtables and keynotes, European professionals will gather to discuss the new challenges and transformations of the art world. The interventions of the specialists will allow the public to apprehend various subjects. The speakers will offer a sharp analysis of the current market and will share their vision of tomorrow in exchanges animated by moderators.

The panel of speakers includes several market sizes, such as Georgina Adam, Fabrice Bousteau, Nanne Dekking, Martin Guesnet or Roxana Azimi, to name a few. Barnebys is pleased to be one of the major partners of this exchange day, and will be represented by its co-founder Pontus Silfverstolpe, who will speak on the auction market in the digital era.

The Art Market Day is distinguished by its international dimension and its diversity, both in terms of speakers and subjects. The conference will be conducted in French and English and will offer a simultaneous translation device for all those who require one.

Le Quotidien de l'Art offers a real opportunity to meet other professionals and discuss current issues of concern, and it is delivering the first edition of an innovative conference that will refresh the Parisian event and art scene.

An overview of the expected topics include:

  • Win the world from Paris: how to shine internationally from a European capital?
  • What online marketplaces have changed, and how does one work with them?
  • The blockchain in the art market: what is really going to happen?
  • The new geographies of the art market
  • Authentication and provenance, new tools and new challenges
  • How best to promote art on Instagram?
  • The art market facing refunds
  • See you at the Centre Pompidou in Paris on 5 November
  • The full programme and ticket access can be found here