Each week, host Gabriel Barcia-Colombo speaks with a new artist, curator, technologist, AI, collector, innovator, about the ever-changing relationship between art and tech.
In this week’s episode, I sit down with Artfinder CEO Jonas Almgren. Artfinder is an online art marketplace, but it’s not to be confused with an Ebay-style shopping experience. In fact, it’s far more the Tinder of the art world. This week we dig into the future of online art sales, how artificial intelligence could be your art advisor, and how Artfinder is more of a dating site than an Ebay-style marketplace.
Used by over 850,000 artists and collectors, Artfinder is an online art marketplace that enables artists to sell their original work directly to collectors. Artfinder is an international platform, with artists from over 100 countries. The platform’s mission is simple: to allow artists to make a living from their art, and to allow art lovers to enjoy works in their home according to their budget.
Whether you’re buying or selling, you can find artfinder on their website https://www.artfinder.com/ and on Twitter @artfinder and Instagram @artfinder_com
-About Jonas Almgren-
CEO Jonas Almgren has been at the helm of Artfinder since 2012. A serial entrepreneur, he previously worked in Silicon Valley helping to scale and grow companies such as Epiphany. He is a passionate runner and art lover. Originally from Stockholm, he is now based in Cambridge, UK.
Find Jonas Almgren on Twitter @JonasAlmgren
- About Vango Studio -
Vango Studio makes the entrepreneurial side of being an artist easy and efficient, saving artists an average of 4 hours per week. In addition to powering artists with an award winning marketplace, we offer artists the ability to create their own website with little to no maintenance, distribute work across platforms, and access detailed insights about their collectors and what is selling across platforms.
Follow Vango on Instagram @vango and @art, and visit www.vangoart.co