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  • 5/17/17 12:45 pm EDT

    Sotheby’s has engaged eBay twice as an online sales platform, first in 2002 for a year and then again in 2015, but has also worked with Artsy and Invaluable (whose technology it uses under its own brand). David Goodman, head of digital development, says the company likes “working with a number of partners in order to generate the largest amount of awareness and audience possible”. Read More

  • 5/10/17 10:02 am EDT

    Marquee Sponsor of the event, Invaluable, gives art lovers who missed out on this season’s event a chance to keep up with the marketplace. The site is home to the world’s leading online market for fine art, antiques and collectibles, working with high-end auction houses, dealers and galleries. Read More

  • 5/5/17 12:36 pm EDT

    Eighty-eight percent of the lots found buyers, with 35 percent going to online purchasers. More than half of those internet buyers were using Phillips’s own online channel, with the remainder bidding through intermediaries such as Artsy, Invaluable and eBay, said Andy Foster, the auction house’s deputy chief of staff. Read More

  • 4/20/17 11:47 am EDT

    As Rob Weisberg looks to grow Invaluable, the Boston-based online art marketplace, it’s natural that he would seek advice from gurus in the art business. The former boss at Sotheby’s? Check. A prominent New York art dealer? It’s a given. Read More

  • 3/17/17 2:08 pm EDT

    Aggregate art businesses such as Barnaby’s now produce regular reports based on their sales activity; while the e-commerce sales facilitator Invaluable has provided its data to Tefaf and Pownall for a separate report on this area, to be published in May. Read More

  • 3/15/17 1:58 pm EDT

    Invaluable’s growth and evolution show the evolution of the Internet in the art world, now sitting importantly at the crossroads of buyer and seller, serving both the demand and the supply side of the art market. Read More

  • 3/10/17 12:39 pm EST

    Her survey of art and antiques dealers revealed that 67% expected their online third-party sales to increase. The report will use information from Invaluable, the online marketplace for art, antiques and collectibles, which has a comprehensive database of auction results. Read More

  • 11/17/16 2:23 pm EST

    Global consulting firm Deloitte released on Wednesday its "2016 Technology Fast 500" ranking, a list of the fastest-growing tech companies based in North America. Twenty-five of those companies are based in Massachusetts, mostly in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical and software sectors. Read More

  • 11/15/16 10:36 am EST

    In October, Tefaf announced that Invaluable, an online art marketplace for auction houses and galleries, had become the “marquee sponsor” of its fairs in Maastricht and New York. Rob Weisberg, the chief executive of Invaluable, said the combination will “help bring the highest quality fine art and collectibles online and continue to raise the bar in this area”. Read More

  • 10/23/16 2:19 pm EDT

    For instance, a collector can bid for items at a sale at Dallas-based Heritage Auctions through Heritage Live and third-party platforms Invaluable, LiveAuctioneers and Bidsquare. Auctions held at New York’s Swann Galleries are accessible online through Invaluable and eBay; Swann doesn’t have its own online bidding platform. Read More