Etienne Verbist

Etienne Verbist, Luxemburg (senior writer)
Etienne Verbist is an authority in the field of crowd sourcing, disruptive business modelling and disruptive art. After a well filled career with companies such as GE, Etienne was an early adopter of crowd sourcing. Etienne is manager Europe and Africa for Crowd Sourcing Week, a board advisor to a broad range of companies on innovation and new technology, curator of the Disruptive Art Museum – the smallest museum in the world – and columnist for ArtDependence Magazine.

Articles (25)

Online Auction Site Catawiki, a Platform That Will Have Impact
Article date: Friday, February 16, 2018

Online Auction Site Catawiki, a Platform That Will Have Impact

The story of Catawiki started in 2008 as a community for collectors. Catawiki was founded by René Schoenmakers, a Dutch comic collector, and Marco Jansen, a Dutch developer. They started off in the attic of Rene’s house in Assen. René is an avid collector of European comic books and wanted to build a great tool to manage his own collection. This gave them the opportunity to build a community by developing a free tool for people with the same needs.

Art Rotterdam: A Special Focus on Projection & Video Art
Article date: Thursday, February 8, 2018

Art Rotterdam: A Special Focus on Projection & Video Art

The nineteenth edition of Art Rotterdam is located in the iconic Van Nellefabriek from Thursday, 8 February to Sunday, 11 February.


Etienne Verbist Interview with Frédéric De Senarclens
Article date: Monday, January 29, 2018

Etienne Verbist Interview with Frédéric De Senarclens

Frédéric De Senarclens is a gallerist turned technology innovator who is attempting to apply new technological innovations to the world of art. He has founded a number of cutting-edge websites and platforms that allow buyers, sellers and collectors to connect and swap information online. So, what does the art world make of his innovations, and what’s next for the digital maverick?

Fully Automated Networks Making Art Across the Financial World and Systems of Belief in the Work of Fabio Lattanzi Antinori
Article date: Monday, January 22, 2018

Fully Automated Networks Making Art Across the Financial World and Systems of Belief in the Work of Fabio Lattanzi Antinori

Fabio Lattanzi Antinori: I am an artist working in a range of mediums from sculpture, print, sound, text to interactive installations. My work lies at the intersection of different disciplines, that is why I often collaborate with other artists, thinkers, designers, engineers, scientists and researchers.

A FAIR AS A SERVICE TO COLLECTORS AND GALLERIES WITH PRNCPL
Article date: Friday, November 10, 2017

A FAIR AS A SERVICE TO COLLECTORS AND GALLERIES WITH PRNCPL

Art Düsseldorf partners with PRNCPL to launch new mobile app. Visitors can scan any artwork at the fair to reveal and save its information.

Collecting Digital Art in the Age of Abundance. The Legal Aspects
Article date: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Collecting Digital Art in the Age of Abundance. The Legal Aspects

Interview with Rory Blain - Director Sedition Art: Sedition brings you an art experience for your digital life. Collect and enjoy limited edition artworks, exclusively created in digital media by the world’s greatest contemporary artists. Sedition securely stores your collection so you can access it anytime, anywhere, on any screen, across your devices.

Abstract Art Perception and the Brain
Article date: Thursday, October 19, 2017

Abstract Art Perception and the Brain

"Much of the art experience comes down to pattern recognition. Humans are so good at it, that we often see patterns where there are none; such as animal figures in clouds or mountains. The beholder himself becomes an actor of what he sees in art; even more when the painting is abstract. Billions of incoming cues of all our senses continuously overwhelm us. Without the selection imposed on them by emotion and memory, we cannot build knowledge and meaning." - Ioan Sbârciu.

Neuroscience & Connoisseurship in Art - an interview with Jan de Maere
Article date: Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Neuroscience & Connoisseurship in Art - an interview with Jan de Maere

Neuroscience investigates the relation between mind, body, brain and environment. Science demonstrates that we do not have a direct link with reality, only the illusion of it, created by the concepts of our brain. Thousands of elements of yhe observed painting create the stable image in our brain, a subjective interpretation of reality. Since Charles Darwin, beauty is seen as an innate evolutionary instinct, an advantage for all species, from plants to butterflies and to human beings.

Art for the cryptocurrency world - an interview with Vesa Kivinen
Article date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Art for the cryptocurrency world - an interview with Vesa Kivinen

The world of cryptocurrency is relatively new. Not a lot of quality art has been produced about it and for the people who have benefitted from being the early adopters of this realm.

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Museo Jumex (a private art collection based in Mexico City, Mexico) / David Chipperfield. Image © Simon Menges

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