It's like Shazam for Art — just take a photo of any artwork and instantly get the artist, title, and price.
"Best App in the Art World" GQ
"Leonardo DiCaprio Just Invested In This Art App" - Vanity Fair
"This Will Change The Way You See Art" Bloomberg
"Revolutionary" Le Monde
"Magnus Pushes Aside the Art World Curtain" NY Times
For the first time in art’s history, we make art accessible to everyone. Simply taking a photo of an artwork reveals all the details about the work and the artist. The app tells you the name of the artist, title, dimensions, year and – above all – the price. Nor does it stop here. We created the map to keep you informed on what’s currently showing or to help you discover new art spots around you. Our map helps you to navigate through the art jungle.
THE WORLD’S BEST CONTEMPORARY ART PRICE DATABASE
There is simply no other database like this. We combine listing prices from both galleries and auction houses. You will find auction results dating back to 1900, as well as prices from current exhibitions in galleries and auctions.
TAKE A PHOTO – KNOW EVERYTHING
We have built Shazam for the art world. Our revolutionary technology scans every work of art to make it easy for you to keep track of it.
FIND THE BEST ART SPOTS NEAR YOU
Our map shows you galleries and museums near you, including current shows and opening hours.
• Keep track: Save all the works you love
• Share your art: Via Facebook, email or text message
• Zoom in: View artworks at an unbelievable zoom level
• View in room: View artworks to scale
• Upload pieces from your photo album
[+] Leonardo DiCaprio just invested in our app - thought we might share this "update" :)
[+] Thanks to a series of small improvements, the app is running more smoothly than ever
Ratings and Reviews
Take a photo of an artwork and get all the details about the work and the artist.
Half right at Musee d'orsay
Identified only six of twelve paintings I tested it on at the Paris Orsay museum. Has a long way to go for museums. Might be better at more open-market art which is what I think the purpose is.
I just tried this app and it found the image (an obscure 18th century piece) in a few seconds. I’ve a feeling it may not be as strong on modern art (because such art may not have reached a database), but it’s speedy and efficient and I suspect will soon be on the iPhone and iPad of every art history student.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.