Created by Le Quotidien de l’Art in 2018, The Art Market Day is a European forum for all of the major players in the art market world. After an inaugural event last November at the Centre Pompidou, Frédéric Jousset (president of Beaux Arts & Cie.) and Fabrice Bousteau (editor of Beaux Arts Magazine and Le Quotidien de l’Art) invited guests for a second edition at the Grand Palais. The program includes a day of round tables, keynotes and conversations led by market specialists. Some notable talks included: “Big data: new tools for the market”, moderated by Adriano Picinati di Torcello (Deloitte Art & Finance), a round table “Is there a market for digital artworks”? moderated by Bernadine Bröcker Wieder (Vastari Group) and a conversation led by Fabrice Bousteau on the impact of Brexit on the art market. Journalist Georgina Adam (Financial Times) ended the day with a talk around the question of relocating the international market. Here’s a glimpse at this day rich in information and encounters. 

Photos: Michael Huard
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