- 1.000.588 Artworks
- 134.809 Artists
Founded in 2004, Artelista is a project of Grupo Intercom, the largest group in creating and developing internet-based businesses in Spain and Latin America. We have created more than 50 online businesses, most of which are classifieds.
Artelista is the meeting place of artists who want to exhibit and sell their work safely and art collectors, investors or people who want to find this original and unique artwork to hang on the wall. Artelista is an expertise in moving artworks over the five continents, no matter their origin or destination, from the artist’s studio to your home. We are the leading art site on audience with more than a million people who visit us every month and discover more than 900,000 artworks by worldwide artists.
Artelista has received financing from The Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism (Avanza2 Plan) and has been selected by The Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA) and The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC).
The project "Cultura + i: Development of platforms, tools and systems for the consumption of cultural content", with identification number TSI-090100-2011-23, is financed by The Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism jointly, and it is within The National Scientific Research, Development and Technological Innovation Plan (National R&D&i Plan) 2008-2011.
Our vision is making art accessible to everyone and through the use of new technologies. By promoting Art at an international level, we bring it closer to people and transform the way of selling, buying and enjoying Art.
Our mission is to become the world’s reference site aimed at art lovers. We offer our customers a unique experience when buying and enjoying art and in the most comfortable and safest way.
Testa Building Sant Cugat del Vallés
Avda Alcalde Barnils 64-68, D - 4 th
08174 Sant Cugat del Vallés (Barcelona) – Spain
+34 935 045 650 - email@example.com
Registered in the Barcelona Commercial Registry (Spain), B. 39.676, P. 112, S. B-350517.
Registration date 09/05/2007, protocol 1005.