Architectural Digest: Services Every Art Lover Needs to Know About

Finding the perfect artwork for your home doesn’t have to be a difficult or expensive process.

Entering the art world can be overwhelming whether you’re an experienced buyer or just getting into the scene. That’s because traditionally, the global art market has been viewed as being elite and secluded. However, that doesn’t mean it has to stay that way. Architectural Digest rounded up seven services that make buying and even hanging art easy and affordable.

Artsy

Artsy serves as a magazine, gallery and auction house wrapped into one. The site’s mission is to make accessible to anyone with an internet connection. It’s also always looking for ways to innovate the art industry—last year, Artsy rolled out a live-auction service.

SCAD Art Sales

Savannah College of Art and Design recently launched a sales arm called SCAD Art Sales. The division makes the work of its students, faculty and alumni available to collectors who are interested in purchasing new works.

Saatchi Art

The online platform Saatchi Art is designed to offer consumers art from undiscovered or under the radar artists. It’s collection ranges in prices, and consumers can work with curators to find the pieces that best fit their home décor and budget.

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