Artsy — Buy and Sell Fine Art 17+

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    • 4.7 • 2.9K Ratings
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Artsy is the largest online art marketplace with more than 1 million artworks by over 100,000 artists. Collect art from galleries around the world, bid in live auctions from wherever you are, and sell works from your collection.

Artsy partners with 4,000+ galleries, 80+ art fairs, and the world’s top auction houses to create the largest online art marketplace. With Artsy, you'll have unprecedented access to works from premier galleries and auction houses, including transparent pricing information.

Be the first to browse new available works by artists you love. Follow artists to get live updates when their works are added to Artsy, and discover artists related to those you follow.

Find an artwork you’re interested in and instantly purchase from the gallery directly or inquire. Artsy allows you to bid with confidence: get real-time updates about your bid status, including outbid notifications, and alerts when works by artists you follow come up for auction.

Ever wondered what a painting or print would look like hanging on your wall before you purchased it? With Artsy’s augmented reality feature, you can see how every two-dimensional piece of art on Artsy looks in your home before you inquire or purchase.

Navigate art fairs, museum exhibitions, and gallery shows with this comprehensive guide to the art world. City Guide, in partnership with BMW, helps you discover the world’s top exhibitions and map out events to create a personalized itinerary in six world-class cultural centers (New York, London, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Paris, and Berlin).

Artsy will connect you with top-tier galleries and auction houses to sell works from your collection. Once you submit your consignment, Artsy will promote your work to our global network of sellers.

Image credits: Cover screens - Detail of Mathew Wong, A Dream, 2019, 2021; Detail of Alex Katz, East Interior, 1979. Buy screen - Helen Frankenthaler, Mary, Mary, 1990. Bid screen - James Rosenquist, Spinning Faces in Space, 1972. Find screen - Cassi Namoda, Season of Judgement, 2022; Tom Wesselmann, Mixed Bouquet with Leger, 1993; Andy Warhol, Moonwalk Unique Trial Proof, 1987; Claire Idera, The Undaunted, 2022; Katharina Grosse, Untitled, 2002; David Hockney, Untitled No. 1, from The Yosemite Suite, 2010. Sell screen - Petra Cortright, warez, fireworks, crack, 2013; Salman Toor, Humiliated Ancestor #5, 2016; Mickalene Thomas, Portrait of a Lovely Six Foota #1, 2009. End screens - Jenna Gribbon, Cuddle puddle, 2019; Andy Warhol, Flowers 11.64, 1970-2020.

What’s New

Version 8.0.5

This update includes a number of improvements including:

- See Career Highlights for artists you have in My Collection
- Fixed a bug showing orders in the Order History

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.9K Ratings

2.9K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

If you don’t have a private jet to fly you around the world in search of priceless paintings, Artsy is the next best thing. This sleek, minimalist app pulls together thousands of works of art, letting you browse a self-curated collection in the palm of your hand. Follow your favourite artists, discover intriguing new talents, explore museum exhibits or even inquire about purchasing one-of-a-kind pieces from galleries worldwide.

schar1111 ,

A collectors perspective

I’m a serious photography collector and Artsy is invaluable to me. It’s the first place I go to begin researching an artist
or looking up available work and gallery information. Sending out queries directly from the Artsy App is convenient. Their customer support and auction advisors are attentive and knowledgeable. Because I find Artsy so easy to navigate on my IPad, and its content so rich, I finally cut all ties to Artnet in favor of Artsy. I love the newsletters as well. My only gripe is that upon receiving the notice email of “New works by artists you follow”, it would be convenient to click on the new image that is pictured and have that link directly to that specific page with the new work by that artist. As it is, I’m just routed from my email to the App...I’m on my own from there...not the worst case scenario, as exploring Artsy is always a treat for me.

Developer Response ,

Hi there! We're absolutely delighted to hear your feedback, and are so happy you find Artsy invaluable for editorial content and collection building resources. As for the linking issue you were kind enough to report—I'm happy to let you know that our Engineering team is working on a fix for this. Currently, artwork recommendations from our newsletters are optimized to open directly on desktop, with support for our mobile app coming soon. In the meantime, you can always open up the "Artists" or "For you" tabs of the Artsy app's homepage to see newly added works by the artists you follow, and related artists to discover. Thank you for taking the time to send us your valuable feedback, and we hope you continue to enjoy exploring and using Artsy!

Galfromdownunder ,

Font too small

Great site, but the font is often too small to read on a smartphone and for some reason you can’t enlarge. Mainly on certain auctions and when filtering. Don’t make it hard for people to give you money.

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