Art Market Minds is pleased to announce the 2nd edition of The Art Business Conference 2015

Church House Conference Centre, London, UK - Thursday 3rd September 2015

Online PR News – 02-July-2015 – London UK – Following its success in 2014, the one-day conference returns for art galleries, auctioneers,
art advisors, foundations, collectors and art market professionals to discuss key issues
affecting the international art market. Through presentations, panel discussions and Q&A
sessions, industry experts will share specialist advice and insights relevant to all those
engaged in art businesses, including the latest updates in legislation.

Over 80 of the UK’s leading galleries, auction houses, art advisors, fine art insurers,
shippers, art lawyers, and art market businesses are already registered to attend. Tickets
are officially now on sale.

Conference Chair: Georgina Adam (Financial Times & The Art Newspaper)
2015 topics include: How can the art trade best protect its clients? – The practicalities of
art finance loans – Instagram & the art market - Professional Risk and Reputation - What
does the future hold for mobile technology and art e-commerce? – New Auto Enrolment
Pension Law, is your art business prepared?
Confirmed speakers: Norman Palmer (Art Resolve), Robert Hiscox (Hiscox Insurance), Christopher
Battiscombe (Society of London Art Dealers), Pierre Valentin (Constantine Cannon), Ivan Macquisten (ImacQ), Julian Radcliffe (Art Loss Register), Suzanne Gyorgy (Citibank),
Li-Jun Xian (Emigrant Bank Art Finance), Alexander ‘Sandy’ Rich (Richard Thompson Insurance Brokers),
Paul Aitken (borro), Melanie Gerlis (The Art Newspaper), Paul Ress (Right Capital), Malcolm Lyons (MM
Employee Benefits), Paul Skeldon (Internet Retailing), Bec Storey (Sutton PR), Alan Firmin (Bridgeman
Images), Christopher A Marinello (Art Recovery), Tom Flynn (Kingston University), Josh Spero (Spear’s),
Freya Simms (Golden Squared Consulting).

This year’s conference is generously supported by Bonhams and Maserati