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  • 5/6/16 11:03 am EDT

    “While our parents would go to museums or art fairs to discover new art, today’s generation is turning to Instagram and Pinterest — and purchases are more often happening via iPhone or iPad than they are in person,” says Rob Weisberg, chief executive of Invaluable, an online marketplace for fine art, antiques and collectibles. Read More

  • 5/4/16 11:05 am EDT

    Hunger Games fanatics will soon have a chance to score some on-set mementos. Lionsgate, the films’ distributor, is partnering with and Profiles in History to auction off 449 authentic costumes, props, and set pieces from the franchise’s four films. Read More

  • 4/25/16 12:01 pm EDT

    Phillips is also pioneering a new online bidding system, paired with online auction house Launching today at their 'Evening and Day Exhibitions' sale in New York, the scheme allows Invaluable buyers from over 200 countries to access real-time bids in Phillips’ upcoming sales. Read More

  • 4/21/16 9:09 am EDT

    Traditional auction houses are facing stiff competition from online companies such as Auctionata and Paddle8, which more than doubled sales last year. Invaluable, the auction aggregator that recently launched fixed-price sales (rather than the live “bid now” model) increased its online sales by 60%. Read More

  • 4/15/16 3:44 pm EDT

    The findings are significant not just because Americans drop an estimated $150 billion on arts and entertainment each year, but because it suggests that millennial buyers seem far more comfortable buying art online as opposed to the staid and starchy world of galleries and auction houses. Read More

  • 4/14/16 3:54 pm EDT

    “American Attitudes Toward Art," a study conducted by online art marketplace Invaluable, claims it's the first time more US consumers are seeing art on social media rather than in museums. In fact, 22.7 percent of US consumers on aggregate cite image-driven platforms as their primary method of finding new work. Read More

  • 4/12/16 10:51 am EDT

    I’m proud to be born somewhere in-between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials. I believe they call it the generation X. Based on statistics from the hot of the press report ‘American Attitudes Towards Art’ carried out by Invaluable, it looks like I have benefited from the social habits of both worlds. Read More

  • 3/14/16 1:57 pm EDT

    Thought the art world was stuck in a past century? So did most of the world. That is, until Invaluable came along. The online art marketplace is bringing the rather antiquated notion of art auction houses into the 21st century, and now, the platform is allowing dealers, galleries, and auction houses alike to sell in the same space. Read More

  • 3/9/16 6:16 pm EST

    Invaluable, the online auction marketplace recently described by Art+Auction magazine as “sweeping through the industry,” introduced a “Buy Now” feature on its website on Wednesday, upping the ante yet again by adding primary-market galleries and dealers to its 4,000 auction-house partners in 52 countries. Read More

  • 2/29/16 11:21 am EST

    Invaluable, which was founded in 1989 as the database company Artfact and then repurposed into its current form in 2009, is in essence an online portal: Collectors search for, say, Andy Warhol prints, and the site will display upcoming lots from more than 4,000 brick-and-mortar and online auction houses. Read More