Who we are

SpeakART is the innovation that makes the information on the artworks safe and reliable

The company

SpeakART was created to meet the needs of the artworld, with a cross offer for all the players in the sector

It was founded in 2017 because of the need to accurately reorganise and preserve all the information and the data that orbit around every artwork and from the will to offer a safe method for the recognition of damages, decay processes and forgeries which can affect an artwork.

Years of research and tests have led to the market launch of a complete tool, always updated in every single part, to respond to the needs of its users and to the evolution of the market itself.

The daily effort is always intended to maintain its innovative features, offering useful services useful for the sector.

The idea of the digital fingerprint of the artwork makes both the product and the business vision unique: digitization makes any information available anytime and anywhere, but most of all makes every artwork inimitable and comparable with itself over time.

The corporate mission is and always be to create added value in conservation, protection and management of the cultural heritage, both public and private. It will always continue to be the stimulus to improve.

Thanks to SpeakART, it will be possible to solve uncertainty and distrust problems, which always weaken the market and the insurance operations

The team

We want a product that would lead this sector to lay the foundations for a reliable, shareable and innovative future.

The success of SpeakART is due to the passion that the whole team has for art SpeakART enhances information, culture and artistic heritage.

Angelica Maritan

Founder

Engineer with a petroleum engineering specialization and a master degree in business coaching, at a young age works offshore as a field engineer. Then she returned to Italy to manage construction sites and real estate until she decided to combine the passion for art and for computer science to make them her job.

 

Alice Menegaldo

Marketing, press office, customer relations

With a degree in Economy and management of arts and cultural activities, she has a background that allows her to provide a concrete contribution both in the economic, corporate and marketing fields and from a cultural and artistic point of view.

Cosimo Zecchi

DEVELOPER AND SEO ANALYST
PROCESS DEVELOPMENT AND OPTIMIZATION

Dario De Cianni

full stack developer
ux-ui

 

Samuele Monaci

backend developer

 

Rossella Bini

project manager

 

Our Partner

A solid network of partners supports and shares our mission to bring together the art market to a higher level

 

Mazzini Lab is a recently founded Benefit Company that carries out the research and study of solutions, services and products for the protection, enhancement and improvement of environmental and climatic conditions in the cultural heritage sector with the utmost care and dedication.

Mazzini Lab is also committed to developing networks and networks between companies and professionals to encourage and increase the dissemination of good practices in the field of risk management and safety for works of art to ensure the protection and enhancement of cultural heritage. , so as to make it accessible to future generations.

There are several disciplines and knowledge made available to its customers: from record management to risk management, from digital PR to social media management, from business strategy to marketing and communication, with specific attention to creativity and design.

 

We share our passion for art with this renowned law firm and the professionals who work there.

One of the first law firms in Italy to understand the importance and potential of the relationship between art and law, Pavesio e Associati with Negri-Clementi has since its foundation an internal department dedicated to the subject that stands out for its talent and professionalism and which, thanks to its legal skills, economic and artistic components, ensures a complete and highly qualified art advisory service.

Awarded every year for their activity in the artistic field, both as individual professionals and as a studio, they undoubtedly represent a point of reference for anyone who approaches this world. The legal boutique is also the protagonist of an important publishing project, ART & LAW, which explores all-round issues concerning the fine art sector.

 

Panese Think Digital is an Italian-Spanish Digital Agency which, from day one, has supported and shared the path that SpeakART has undertaken and which has been able to perfectly interpret the communication needs that we believe distinguish us.

The breakthrough choice that they proposed to us with bright colors and a slightly pop style show us how we are, a revolution that accompanies art from the old analog world to the digital world. Thanks to them we were able to present ourselves to the web world exactly for what we are.

 

 

Venice Bay is a communication and web studio, which offers SpeakART the best point of view for the development of the UX and UI activity in the creation of the software and its updates.

With competence and creativity, human and professional values, Venice Bay team is able to make each project a unique and special experience, creating customized digital products for every need.

 
The project CREA Cantieri del Contemporaneo was born in Giudecca in 2016, as an initiative dedicated to contemporary arts establishing a daily collaboration with local artisans, which combines the tradition and identity of the city with the creative thrusts of the contemporary.
 
The exhibition spaces therefore merge with the artisan shops in the fascinating spaces of the island, in a perfect integration together with
the relationship with the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.

other partners

The Marignana Arte gallery was born in Venice in 2013 from a project by Emanuela Fadalti and Matilde Cadenti. The gallery’s program explores various expressions of contemporary artistic research, paying attention both to the proposals of the new generations and to the enhancement of artists already established in the international field. Marignana Arte is also engaged in international collaborations which also include the realization of projects with both private and public institutions.

The Faraci Arte Gallery is managed by Cateno Mario Faraci who, after fifteen years of experience as an art collector, decides to open a new space in January 2019. He mainly deals with Veronese painting and sculpture and works representing Verona and Lake Garda between the end of the 19th century and the mid-20th century. Without distinction of author, he also deals with symbolist, futurist and pointillist artists.

In November 2020, SpeakART joined the AIS (Art Identification Standard) consortium, which aims to standardize information related to artworks  by sharing it among all operators in the sector.
Its aim is the development of an universal standard able to link a unique identifier (DID) to each artwork leveraging blockchain technology to anchor them through an unalterable distributed ledger.

Because we care

A concrete support for the causes that are important to us

 

 

Treedom is the first reality that allows the long-distance adoption and planting of trees, producing environmental as well as social and economic benefits thanks to the active involvement of the communities that will host them.

As a company, we are extremely pleased to have chosen to be part of the Treedom network, thanks to a first purchase of 15 cocoa trees that will find a home in Cameroon and will be able to absorb 825 kg of CO2, bringing global benefits as well as an improvement. of the local ecosystem.

 

SpeakART is one of the stakeholders of the CHARISMA (Cultural Heritage Academy for Risk Management) project, co-funded by the Erasmus + Program of the European Union.

The project is led by Mazzini Lab, with the collaboration of the University for Foreigners of Perugia, the Universität für Weiterbildung of Krems, the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Czech Republic and ARTE Generali. 

It aims to train and train specialized risk assessment experts in order to find the best way to reduce the negative impact of climate change on cultural heritage by identifying risk factors over time.