Join an open community where everyone can invests and collects shares of artworks
Don't let the elite few have all the fun, experience the joy of art collection and investment with Open Art Market.Read about why we started Open Art Market →
Access unique artworks
Our platform offers shares in curated selection of authentic artworks from renowned and emerging artists.
The joy of art collection
Learn about artists, artworks, styles and movements, appreciate them through shared investment, ownership and collection.
Get paid when artwork is sold
All coowners of artworks receive their fair share of the proceeds when it is sold, providing a potential return on investment.
kr 151 / share
kr 163 / share
kr 142 / share
Unlike other platforms where you can buy an economic interest in an artwork, Open Art Market has developed agreements and technology that make you the legal owner of a piece of the artwork itself.
We have carefully select both the artists and artworks, and put them through a strict and externally audited verification and authentication process.
By joining forces with other collectors or investors, you can share in the costs and benefits associated with owning a piece of artwork.
Through co-ownership, the art market can be opened up to more people, making it more inclusive and democratic.
Art has been a store of value for centuries, it has been a way of preserving wealth through generations, and it has been a way to express emotions, culture and a way to tell stories.
Art, unlike other investments such as stocks and bonds, is not directly tied to the performance of the economy. The value of art is determined by factors such as the artist's reputation, the artwork's historical and cultural significance, and the artwork's potential for appreciation in value. These factors are not affected by inflation, meaning that the value of the artwork can remain stable even during times of high inflation.
Register and prepare for a unique and exciting way to preserve and grow wealth, and experience the future of art investment.
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