Shiba, a new app for galleries that streamlines the sales process and uses collector interest data to make recommendations, has integrated ARTA to automate the post-sale experience for their sellers and buyers.
The auction house tapped ARTA to power a streamlined checkout and post-sale process. Read more about how our flexible API integration allowed their team to achieve their goals of reducing overhead and getting to market quickly.
In the past year, there has been more dialogue on sustainability and we've seen an influx of new initiatives advocating for a climate-conscious future in the arts. And while we are excited to see our clients expressing interest in addressing climate change, so many don't know where to start. Here are some of the resources we would recommend to learn more and take action.
While ARTA continues to push the envelope of what actually can be automated through our Public API and Instant Quote tool, some items will never be able to be automated and simply require a high-touch human experience. Read how ARTA can help with complex shipments in our case study with the City of Beverly Hills.
In celebration of ARTA’s five year anniversary in 2020, we will be spotlighting users who have been with us since the early days throughout the year. First up, we talked to Aspen Art Museum’s Chief Operating Officer, Luis Yllanes.
The registrar at Tanya Leighton Gallery saves so much time by using ARTA, he estimates he gets an entire day back each month to focus on important projects and servicing customers. Read about how ARTA has become an integral part of the daily work flow at the gallery.
With the prospect of an impending no deal Brexit, we asked UK and European fine art logistics providers what they think may happen, and what they have done to prepare.
Maquette announced their partnership with OneTreePlanted in March, sparking a conversation about environmental consciousness in the Fine Art Logistics industry. Through this collaboration, one tree will be planted for each crate built by Maquette.
The AIA’s founding members worked together to plan an inaugural event that took place on March 19, 2019 at Postmasters Gallery in New York City. The event, titled The Road Yet Travelled, sought to advance the AIA’s mission by exploring what art businesses can learn from other industries about technology adoption and transformation.
Next month, the Inaugural Art Innovators Alliance event entitled, “The Road Yet Travelled,” will take place at Postmasters Gallery in New York. Learn more about the AIA and the upcoming event.