In less than a month from now, the MasterArt network, an exclusive platform fully committed to excellence and integrity in the art trade, will be publishing a shiny new print directory that is sure to become a must-have for collectors from all horizons. Already known for its art and antiques portal, MasterArt.com, the network wanted to launch a print complement—in short, to offer the best of both worlds to its visitors.
Meet ten of the world’s finest interior designers in the MasterArt Directory
The Directory, to be distributed at art fairs, prestige events and in luxury hotels, will include information on each dealer’s field of expertise as well as their address, association membership, exhibitions and founding dates. Another feature that is sure to delight art lovers is a series of “up-close” interviews of ten of the best known interior designers today—artists whose residential projects are acclaimed worldwide.
Once again, MasterArt shows its long-standing commitment to connecting private collectors, investors, museum curators and art professionals to the very finest in the art trade.
MasterArt is extending its reach
Over the last few weeks, ten new yet firmly-established galleries have chosen to exhibit their artworks on MasterArt.COM, raising the number of objects on the portal to close to 17,000.
MasterArt enjoys a reputation for professionalism in the art trade, which means that collectors may rest assured that the galleries hosted online—and now, in print—have international standing in their field of expertise. Since its launch a little over a year ago, a growing number of discerning collectors have come to rely on the portal, whether for a leisurely browse or a more targeted search.
MasterArt.com invites visitors to browse collections of more than 120 galleries, zoom in on an eye-catching piece and admire its beauty from a number of different angles. They may conduct searches by art category, keyword, or specific gallery. By signing up for an email alert, visitors can be informed of a gallery’s new acquisition within minutes of its appearance on the website—without cost.
In the span of just a few months, the portal has also become a nexus of information, reporting ongoing development and upcoming events in art world. Art editor David Moss posts a monthly column, The MasterArt Storybook, that offers precious insider perspectives on international trade fairs, dealer shows and breaking news in the art and antiques market.
Many exciting developments in such a short period. MasterArt obviously revels in the joy of sharing Art.