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Art Selling Guide Before the advent of the Internet, art lovers were often limited by location in their search to find the perfect artwork to complement their personal and professional spaces. Gone are the days, however, when sellers relied on selling through local markets, art houses, and auctions. The far-reaching connectivity available on the Web today has made connecting global art sellers, artists, and buyers simple and fun. Whether a seller is an experienced collector, a self-representing artist, or simply looking to sell a few pieces from home, this guide will provide a quick start to selling drawings, paintings, photos, posters, prints, or sculptures. Already know what art you want to sell? Who Buys Art? Quite simply, everyone buys art in one form or another. Buyers look for all types of artwork, depending on their personal preferences and the artwork’s intended use. Types of Art Many art sellers successfully sell pieces of art to collectors around the world. Prints Posters Paintings and Drawings

Exhibition A Exhibition A sells exclusive limited editions of artwork by top contemporary artists at prices you can afford. We partner with artists whose work is exhibited at well-respected galleries and sought after by serious collectors to launch at least one new edition per week. What is a limited edition print? A limited edition print comes from an edition with a predetermined, finite quantity. What is a limited time open edition? An “open edition” is a print with no predetermined limit to the number that can be produced. We will reveal the total number of prints that were printed during any limited time open edition sale in the Archive section of our site after the edition has closed. Build an art collection If you already collect art, this is an excellent way to add to your collection without breaking the bank. Questions? Interior photography: Matt Hranek and Lee Clower.

Artnet Has Online Art Sales Success “I don’t have a lot of connections,” he added. But Mr. Sledge, and a growing number of collectors like him, have lately been demonstrating that connections may not be as important as they once were — and that online sales, a segment of the art business given up for dead not long ago, are becoming an increasingly important part of its future. Over the last year and half, Mr. Sledge has collected almost exclusively online, buying nine pieces at an average of about $4,000 each at online-only auctions through Artnet, the art market information company. Artnet tried and failed to become one of the pioneers of online sales in 1999, suspending those auctions two years later after it lost millions of dollars and decided that the market wasn’t ready. The glamorous, newsmaking sales of Sotheby’s and Christie’s these are not. “That’s a sea change, in my opinion,” said Mr. Art sellers have been waiting for it to happen for many years. Mr. If Mr. Mr.

About Us : EditionedArt.com Online Contemporary Modern Limited Edition Art Store Art Finally Within Reach! Discover and buy limited edition prints and photographs from the world's most talented contemporary artists. EditionedArt gives you access to the largest curated selection of limited editioned art exclusively online. Whether you need a special gift or want to start an art collection, the perfect artwork is right at your fingertips. You can customize your preferences, measure works on our size chart and even talk with an art expert. We are always available to help you find the perfect artwork for your home, office or for special someone. Our curators take the guess work out of searching and evaluating quality art and select a range of distinguished emerging and established artists. Buying fine art could not be easier or more affordable. Sincerely yours, The EditionedArt Team ___________________________________________________________________ Contact Us! See our SIZE CHART created by Mayte Hernandez Facebook Our Story Meet the curators FAQs Q. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q.

Más rápido y barato: la venta de arte por internet despega en Chile | Cultura Este año, la venta de arte por internet tuvo a nivel global su triunfo definitivo. La señal la dio Amazon, el gigante del comercio en línea, que en agosto pasado lanzó un portal con más de 40 mil piezas originales a la venta, de artistas como Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst y Joan Miró, tras asociarse con 150 galerías de arte de EE.UU. La idea, eso sí, no es nueva. En Alemania existe Artnet.com y en EE.UU., Artspace.com, que hace más de una década crearon este modelo de negocio, donde un usuario frente a un computador, en cualquier parte del mundo, puede adquirir en menos de 10 minutos una obra de arte. En Chile, la galerista Cecilia Palma decidió cerrar su espacio en Vitacura, tras 14 años de gestión, para aventurarse en la venta de arte en línea con el sitio web galeriaceciliapalma.cl, el que lanzó hace dos semanas con una base de 70 artistas, entre ellos, Gonzalo Cienfuegos, Samy Benmayor y Roberto Matta.

Concrete Hermit ¿Cómo vender Arte en Internet? :: PicassoMio Tanto si eres un artista, una galería o un marchante, Internet puede jugar un papel importante en tus ventas y tu marketing. Con medio billón de usuarios de Internet, si no estás usando este medio para llegar a tus futuros compradores, estás perdiendo una oportunidad. Como uno de los líderes en arte moderno y contemporáneo de calidad, aquí te damos algunas recomendaciones que te ayudarán a alcanzar una gran audiencia y a incrementar tus ventas. Conéctate Es importante que no pierdas esta oportunidad, aprovéchate de las ventajas que Internet te ofrece. Una vez que, como artista o como marchante, estás online, promociona tu exposición, tal y como lo harías para tu exposición en una galería - utiliza la dirección de tu website en tus tarjetas de negocios y materiales de promoción, en entrevistas a la prensa y siempre que puedas. Imágenes e Información Imágenes claras e información adecuada son dos factores clave tanto para conseguir nuevas ventas como para lograr admiradores de tu obra.

For Online Art Gallery 20x200, An Unlikely Investor Art galleries are known for hosting wine-and-cheese receptions and perhaps a brooding artist or two, but not venture capital cash. Jen Bekman But on Wednesday, one New York gallery owner, Jen Bekman, announced that her company raised more than $825,000 in venture financing. Ms. Bekman’s company, Jen Bekman Projects, operates more than just exhibition space in downtown New York. Her company also runs 20×200, a carefully curated online art gallery that offers limited editions of prints and photographs beginning at $20 apiece. “There was an opportunity to make collecting art something that everyone can do,” said Ms. Ms. The popularity and reputation of the site, which has won fans for its affordable collections of quirky work, were enough to grab the attention of Tony Conrad, a partner at True Ventures, which led the financing. Jen Bekman ProjectsJoe Holmes’s “West 43rd Street Yellow Cabs” Jen Bekman ProjectsChad Hagen’s “Nonsensical Infographic No. 2″ That growth, Mr.

Amazon Art Takes on eBay With Flexible Pricing Model Jeanette Pasin Sloan, Still Live No. 7 (1979) is currently on offer for $32,000 on Amazon Art. How much would you offer for it?Via: Amazon E-commerce giant Amazon announced on Tuesday that it has introduced a new flexible pricing model for third-party sellers of art and collectibles. Once signed in to their Amazon accounts, users of the new feature can simply click on the "Make an Offer" button, just above the site's traditional "Add to Cart" prompt. This is not the first time that Amazon has attempted to move away from its fixed price model. The company has been adamant to note that "Make an Offer" does not represent a return to the auction model. A Joan Miro etching available within Amazon Art's new "Make an Offer" schemePhoto: Screenshot The platform, which launched in August 2013, has seen debatable success thus far (see "Amazon Art Struggles to Lure Collectors Online, As Expected (Right?)"). Next Market Article Who Are the Most Expensive Women Artists at Auction? Proceed

"Le marché adressable par Art.com s'élève à 50 milliards de dollars" Le français Geoffroy Martin vient d'être nommé à la tête du leader américain de la vente en ligne d'art mural. Il expose les différents axes de sa stratégie de développement. JDN. Qui est Art.com ? Geoffroy Martin. La société dispose à ce jour de 750 000 images uniques : c'est la plus grande collection au monde. Qui sont vos concurrents ? Nous avons 6 à 8 concurrents en ligne, dont EasyArt au Royaume-Uni, Barewalls et Fulcrum Gallery aux Etats-Unis... "Nous réalisons déjà plus du tiers de nos ventes à l'étranger" Le marché qui comprend les images non encadrées, les images encadrées et l'encadrement sur mesure représente aux Etats-Unis 20 milliards de dollars, de même qu'en Europe et que dans le reste du monde. Quels sont les différents axes de votre stratégie ? Notre premier axe de croissance est l'international. Nous travaillons par ailleurs à l'optimisation des sites étrangers existants afin d'améliorer la conversion. Vous comptez également travailler sur votre notoriété... Non.

Artspace - Contemporary Art for Sale From The World's Best Artists Can 20x200 Be Saved? Anger From Collectors Mounts as Leading Art Site Flounders NEW YORK — On January 16, Esther de Hollander placed an order from affordable print purveyor 20x200 for her sister’s birthday. Her credit card was charged immediately, but she did not receive shipping confirmation. A week passed. Then two. After emailing the company, she was told it was experiencing delays and she would receive an update within three days. De Hollander is one of several customers who have ordered artworks from the well-known site, only to be left hanging after it suddenly went offline on January 31. Just last fall, 20x200 founder Jen Bekman celebrated the company’s fifth anniversary. Behind closed doors, however, the situation was less rosy. On January 31, tensions finally came to a head: The website went offline. Without a staff, board, or cash flow, 20x200 has been unable to fulfill orders. De Hollander is not the only one still waiting on prints, either. Collector Tim Clark received a form email in January when he wrote to check in on his $110 print order.

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