Artsicle: A Netflix For Fine Art

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A new online initiative is the perfect resource for first-time collectors and rising art stars.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 1 march 2011

Debuting today in New York, Artsicle is an innovative startup that allows you to rent art and test it out in your home or office before you buy it.

Purchasing art can be an excellent investment, but a difficult one for beginner collectors because of the legwork it involves: gallery visits, artist research and understanding specific market trends. Conversely, selling art can be trying for young artists because galleries are loathe — especially in today’s economic climate — to take risks on lesser-known names and fledgling talent.

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