Latest Art Market Internet Startups – artmarketblog.com
my-artmap is a social network and the social network for art & the art market. Members are persons or institutions who deal professionally with art and the art market (auction house, commercials, galeries, museums, exhibitions) and private persons who are interested in art. They all have through my-artmap the chance to talk about art, to show and to share art, as well as to inform themselves about current exhibitions, appointments etc. The network my-artmap claims to establish the worldwide leading social network for art & the art market. Currently my-artmap is available in 7 different languages and provides an unique network which will be expanded by more languages and functionalities.
The visual art world reinvented, rebooted and made accessible to all.
An online platform that allows you to discover and purchase work ANYWHERE, be it your local cafe, an artist studio near your holiday destination or in the basement of a well-established gallery.
A place where ANYBODY can resell work from a piece by a friend to a Monet discovered in the attic.
And a place where EVERY artist will have all the tools they need to present their work, connect with the right audience and manage the process of a sale. The art world will never be the same.
ArtBinder’s mission is to offer galleries a brilliant way to display a curated selection of their works.
ArtBinder provides galleries with an elegant iPad solution with intuitive tools to streamline the sales and presentation experience.
Ocula presents leading contemporary galleries in Australia and New Zealand in one place.
On Ocula you can browse the latest exhibitions, explore a gallery stockroom, and discover
works by artists they represent.
Ocula online art auctions offer exciting opportunities to buy art in a new way. Prospective bidders
can access comparable sales data, artist’s profiles and provenance all at the click of a mouse.
High-resolution images reveal details, a zoom tool gets you up close and many artworks offered
can be viewed prior to and during an auction at our gallery in Auckland. Or you can use our virtual
gallery which offers 3D viewing of the works.
At Artfinder.com you can explore our huge gallery of works (from over 400 museum and gallery collections), build your own art profile, collect the art you love, and share it with your friends.
The more Artfinder learns about the works you like, the better it can recommend similar art for you to discover, and connect you with other Artfinder users who share your tastes.
Founded by Boris Pevzner in 2009, Collectrium is a New York-based company providing innovative technology for organizing, discovering, sharing, and promoting art on the web and mobile devices, including the revolutionary ArtCapture and virtual wall tools. Over time, the Collectrium team—which has extensive expertise in the fields of technology, finance, and the fine and decorative arts—will offer collectors and galleries integrated services for art storage, appraisals, financing and other needs.
Artnetbook is a web-based art management solution, art management web tool to manage, market and sell your arts online. Manage your arts on the web from anywhere in the world!
Artnetmarket will allow art people, artists, art galleries, to freelty join online artnetbook.com art community and add profiles for free.
The idea of ArtMap lays in the systematic interactive map with thorough art directory. Visitors will be able to find and search for the different part of art world services provided by different institutions.
**Nicholas Forrest is an art market analyst, art critic and journalist based in Sydney, Australia. He is the founder of http://www.artmarketblog.com, writes the art column for the magazine Antiques and Collectibles for Pleasure and Profit and contributes to many other publications.
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