Artfacts is excited to announce an ongoing data partnership with Artnet, the leading provider of art market data, news, and online-only fine art auctions, which will create greatest transparency the art market has ever seen.
We will now supplement our curatorial database of more than 1 million exhibitions covering more than 700,000 artists worldwide, with Artnet’s Price Database which offers more than 14 million colour-illustrated art auction records from more than 1,900 auction houses, covering over 340,000 artists and ranging across media, from Michelangelo drawings to Warhol paintings, Le Corbusier chairs to Banksy prints.
We’re delighted to offer our users a richer experience through this data partnership, which will primarily benefit all users of our new mobile app “Limna”, as the only product that can validate art prices for artists without auction results, and provide confidence to users as to why this is the case.
Vija Celmins Data courtesy of Artnet and Artfacts
“This partnership will further strengthen Limna’s price estimates across all artist levels, particularly those in higher-price brackets dominated by auction results. We’re excited to be able to offer accurate price estimates for all collectors, regardless of price point or focus on primary or secondary market, making the Limna app more accurate for more art buyers and all budgets.”
— Jonas Almgren, CEO of Artfacts and Limna.
“We are thrilled to be embarking on this data partnership.”
says Artnet CEO Jacob Pabst
— and so are we!
Let’s make history happen.
The Artfacts Team