We partner with Art Money to provide our art collectors a new, easier way to buy art. Take your art home today and pay over 10 months. No interest. No fees. Available from $1,000 to $100,000. Apply in less than 5 minutes!
Using the Art Money platform, art collectors can now buy art with interest-free credit ranging from $1,000 to $100,000, spread through 10 equal monthly installments.
Since its inception, Art Money collectors have spent over $26 million using the platform. 35% of those collectors were first-time art buyers.
Art Money has been facilitating payment plan options for collectors since 2016, with a goal to rethink the mental math behind buying a work of art. By doing so, Art Money has now partnered with over 1,000 prominent art galleries around the world; Art Gallery Inc being one of their newest additions.
Using the Art Money platform, Art Gallery Inc collectors can now buy art with interest-free credit ranging from $1,000 to $100,000, spread through 10 equal monthly installments. The goal of this new partnership is to provide the Art Gallery Inc clientele new options to make buying art more accessible to art collectors, increasing resources for artists.
“To enable new art collectors to enter the art buying market, offer seasoned art collectors new options, we are honored to connect more buyers with artwork through Art Money.” -- Julia Ross, Art Gallery Inc Director
This new partnership also enables featured artists more options to navigate current economic conditions. Art Gallery Inc is confident the new platform will benefit the artistic community by increasing artwork sales. Not only does spreading payments out make sense from a budgeting standpoint but it also provides customers with an incentive to act faster on a desired work of art as the enhanced payment flexibility gives buying power to more art collectors.
A note from the founder of Art Money:
" Art Money empowers people to buy art while supporting artists and a sustainable creative economy. I founded Art Money because I thought it was too difficult for people to engage with and buy art. I saw a broken and inefficient art ‘market’ and I thought I could do something about that. "
--Paul Becker, Founder & CEO of Art Money