The UK Government is set to formally exit the European Union on January 31st. We share the latest on Brexit, and the implications for the art market.
In celebration of ARTA’s five year anniversary in 2020, we will be spotlighting users who have been with us since the early days throughout the year. First up, we talked to Aspen Art Museum’s Chief Operating Officer, Luis Yllanes.
With the prospect of an impending no deal Brexit, we asked UK and European fine art logistics providers what they think may happen, and what they have done to prepare.
ARTA Founder and CEO Adam Fields talks expectations and focus points for supply chains when it comes to overnight delivery of nonconveyable goods like fine art.
FreightWaves’s annual conference, Transparency, focuses on disruption and innovation in the freight industry. We headed down to Atlanta this week to join the discussion, where we shared challenges facing the logistics industry and trends we are watching. Read on for a breakdown of hot topics everyone was talking about.
The AIA’s founding members worked together to plan an inaugural event that took place on March 19, 2019 at Postmasters Gallery in New York City. The event, titled The Road Yet Travelled, sought to advance the AIA’s mission by exploring what art businesses can learn from other industries about technology adoption and transformation.
Next month, the Inaugural Art Innovators Alliance event entitled, “The Road Yet Travelled,” will take place at Postmasters Gallery in New York. Learn more about the AIA and the upcoming event.
Non-conveyable goods, such as art, furniture, and design objects, can’t be shipped via common carrier. Amidst a fragmented supply chain and the lack of a 1-click buying process for these items, our team provides tips for shipping specialized goods all over the world.
We are thrilled to be a founding member of the Art Innovators Alliance, a group of forward-thinking global art businesses and individuals committed to advancing the art industry through innovation and technology.
Despite the British government’s unwavering optimism, a “No Deal” Brexit is looking increasingly likely. If a “No Deal” Brexit is realized, what will it mean for the movement of art and antiques between the UK and the EU?