Stonehage Fleming installation

Art Gazette is a curated platform that acquires contemporary artworks directly from artists to create inspiring public and private spaces. 

Yelena Popova, Dodsons Pair 2, 2015

Our approach is to purchase artworks in volume to afford buyers the opportunity to select from a broad range of work in our inventory. 

In 2019, we started buying and commissioning artworks and now work with over 500 emerging, as well as more established artists, worldwide. This number is growing weekly.  

Art Gazette is unique in supporting artists’ practice by providing them with an online platform to freely submit artwork for consideration, while acquiring up-front and in series for our inventory, which now comprises over 11,000 artworks. 

Ed Young, The fun will find you, 2019
Sujin Lee,
Green Pool W.2, 2020
Robertson Small Hotel
Clemente Vergara, Gallaratese, Milano (2019), 2020
Workshop 17

Our inventory

The selection of artworks for our inventory is a curated process. Works from the inventory are regularly included in personal and corporate collections globally.  

Art Gazette has an experienced selection committee of international artists, curators, and collectors to help build a diverse inventory. 

Clarisse D’Archimoles,
The Culturist Series 14 Tiras, 2020
Benjamin Pearey,Assemblage 5, 2019

Our unique model ensures that we do not compete with commercial galleries, while developing a sustainable formula for both the artist and Art Gazette.  

Nika Neelova, C1, 2018
Robertson Small Hotel

For Buyers

Art Gazette clients can use our online platform to browse through our diverse range of contemporary artworks in different media and genres.

Lebogang Mabusela, Ga O Batla
Di Kuku Wa Di Beika, 2020

Once registered, potential buyers will be contacted by an Art Gazette sales representative to discuss the selection and our buying or renting options.

Clients can make an independent selection of their own or draw on Art Gazette’s curatorial expertise and request our team’s assistance to create a unique group of artworks specifically for their space.

For Artists

Artworks ranging from A3 (30x42cm / 11x16in) to A0 (119x84cm / 47x33in) will be considered, though these sizes are not prescriptive.

Selected artists can present any number of works to our panel through their private artist portal on our website. We aim to regularly acquire multiple works, but this varies depending on the quality of work submitted and demand from Art Gazette clients. 

Works are purchased unframed, allowing artists to dispatch via standard postal services. 

Our pricing model is guided by artwork size, quality, experience of the artist, together with the quantity of works purchased. 

Immediately after selection, a standard consignment invoice will be generated; Art Gazette will pay artists within ten working days of receiving, checking, and approving their artworks.  

Jenny Beard, Pick Up, 2020
Workshop 17

What sets us apart?

We recognise that there are many online art platforms around the world, but none that presents a fully curated portfolio of art that is owned by the business itself, and which pays artists upfront. 

We appreciate that artists often work in series, or studies toward more resolved work, but that this important part of their practice seldom sees the light of day beyond their studios. Art Gazette is interested in acquiring these experimental works.  

Nico Krijno, Lockdown Collage 199 00114, 2020
Olivia Bax, Zest I, 2016

As Art Gazette purchases all the art in its inventory directly from selected artists, there is no pre-sale consignment of artworks, no agent, and no additional administration between artists and third parties.   

Also, because the relationship is ongoing, but not binding on either side, artists are free to produce series of works for Art Gazette as and when their time allows. 

As part of our commitment to artists, all Art Gazette clients are obliged to pay 15% of the proceeds of sale in the secondary market of any artwork sold within a 5-year period from acquisition to the artist.  

Lakin Ogunbanwo, Ehn Untitled 1, 2016
David Price, Lockdown Drawing #1, 2020


Tim Ellis, Systems and Parallels CDXCIII, 2020

We are always looking for new artworks and artists, so if you are considering working with us, please register here.

If you are interested in buying artworks from our inventory, please register here.

Adam Dix, Hobby Horse, 2020