Kindly hosted by Collyer Bristow
Address: Collyer Bristow Gallery, 4 Bedford Row, London WC1R 4TF
THE APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE ART WORLD
*Please note that this event is now over-subscribed*
We’re delighted to be offered private access to Collyer Bristow’s excellent in-house Gallery and hear art world insights from Jess Houlgrave, COO of Codex Protocol, who will describe the impacts of blockchain technology on the ownership of art and luxury assets. Specifically, Jess will discuss the opportunities to protect the provenance of art through the immutable and unfakeable ledger blockchain provides.
Codex Protocol is a decentralised registry for art and collectables backed by an industry consortium. Jess wrote her MA thesis on the applications of blockchain in the art ecosystem and has previously worked at Sotheby’s Auction House.
The Collyer Bristow Gallery is a bespoke gallery space with a dynamic exhibition programme. Within the legal world, Collyer Bristow has been championing emerging talent in contemporary art for over twenty five years.
As always, we’ll be book-ending the event with great networking and drinks. We hope you can join us for what will be a fascinating evening.
About our host:
Collyer Bristow LLP is a leading London-based law firm with a rich history and a bright future. They have been around for more than 250 years. Their commitment is to deliver the highest quality legal advice and exceptional service. Their experienced team of lawyers provides a comprehensive range of services to clients in the UK and internationally. They work with businesses and public bodies of all shapes and sizes and across a broad range of sectors. They work with private clients, including advising individuals and families on structuring their affairs. Their clients have a common need for high quality advice, delivered by people who take the time to really understand their needs and are committed to finding the right solution. www.collyerbristow.com
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