5 tips to start your art collection without dying in the attempt.

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Here are 5 tips so you can start your art collection with a normal budget and without dying trying. Hard to believe? Keep reading…

When we talk about art collectors we always imagine a very wealthy person, in his large Renaissance-style room, enjoying a glass of a very expensive wine while taking pride in his great art collection… Right?

Well, I have to tell you that times change, that you no longer need to be a millionaire to access quality artistic works. We live in the information age and we have practically unlimited access to all kinds of artistic creations around the world. And that is precisely the reason why in this article, remove that cliché from your head and convince you that it is possible! Shall we start?

Bet on emerging artists.

Your collection doesn't have to start with a Bansky, no no no. Focus on works by emerging artists (which are and are very good) and investigate their work and artistic careers. If you consider that he has potential, you can surely acquire his work at a very reasonable price and ... who knows? Hopefully, you may be making a large investment in the medium / long term. 

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Saskia Rodriguez is a Canarian artist who lives in London. His collection of engravings - Notes of Silence - (€ 140 - € 160 each) express a new alphabet, a true game between language and fiction.

Find your style and bet on what makes you fall in love.

It is important not to digress when buying art. The first thing we recommend is that you observe and take your time to know what really catches your attention and makes you feel good. For this we believe it is essential to explore art by attending galleries, fairs or online. Once this exercise is done, you will be ready to invest in works that you like and do not seem strange to you the first time you change.

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Acquire works that make you fall in love and inspire your space with them. (5 Demons of Camilo Valero)

Collect Limited Editions.

If your budget is small but you want your home to be surrounded by quality art, a great option is the signed and numbered Limited Reproductions. Of course, we recommend that they always be accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity with which the integrity of the work can be assured before third parties. This option will allow you to fill your space with works by real artists with whom you identify and in a much more affordable way.

Internet, an opportunity.

The Internet has become the perfect tool to compare prices online. It is often tedious to go from gallery to gallery asking for price lists, but those same galleries are already offering them online. This does not mean that we recommend stopping visiting galleries and art spaces, but it does mean that you take great account of yourself to assess different options and make the right decision. Today you can filter what you are looking for in a thousand ways, for example, for a price that ranges between € 500 - € 1,000. Isn't that great?

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Federica Bau is an Italian artist specialized in printmaking. His award-winning Sutil Leaf artwork is available on our platform with a price of € XXX, less than € 1000.

Finance your acquisitions by paying in installments.

Yes yes ... you heard correctly, art is also financed. Moreover, if we think about it, it is one of the sectors that should facilitate this service the most, since the true mission of the times is to make it affordable. In Nomadart you can finance all your acquisitions over € 170 through our financial Put me off, all this integrated in the purchase process and being able to customize in what number of installments you want to pay.


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Nomadart Editorial
Nomadart Editorial

An article on art and culture, written from the editorial studio of Nomadart.

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