CATAWIKI, OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF ART MADRID’22
Feb 11, 2022
Catawiki is a curated online platform that makes buying & selling of special, hard to find objects extremely easy & reliable. The renowned art buying and selling platform Catawiki establishes itself as one of the official sponsors of Art Madrid in its 17th edition, also being part of the Art Week in Madrid.
Founded in 2008 with the mission to make special objects more accessible, Catawiki currently offers more than 600 auctions every week, in multiple categories such as collectibles, art, design, jewellery, watches, classic cars, among others.
Catawiki welcomes more than 650,000 visits from art, design and antiques enthusiasts every week. This international audience looks forward to discovering rare interior design pieces, paintings by their favourite artists or new original work by the artists and designers who sell directly with Catawiki.
Buyers | Offering inspiration in art, antiques and design
Catawiki fuels the passion of art, antiques and design lovers around the world, and it is the place to be for people who want to showcase special objects that reflect their personality in their homes. Over 90 experts select 20,000 items per week, ensuring that there are plenty of high-quality items for users to bid on. Catawiki’s experts combine years of experience with huge amounts of historical data on selling prices in a range of categories.
Ranging from contemporary art to vintage furniture, every week Catawiki offers the most coveted pieces. Whether they are interested in an antique Chinese vase, an impressionist artwork or an Eames chair, buyers with Catawiki can rest assured that every object on the platform is truly special.
Sellers | Helping the art world move online
Galleries and artists are increasingly choosing Catawiki as a platform to help transition their business online and reach new audiences. The weekly Direct from the artist auction empowers artists to submit their own work for expert review and it is becoming one of Catawiki’s most popular auctions. Respected artists such as Karl Lagasse, Kev Munday and FAKE have all appeared in the Catawiki auctions.
Reliability is of paramount importance at Catawiki, and the priority is to create a platform that is a safe place for buyers and sellers alike. The Catawiki payment system ensures secure and swift transactions. Payments from buyers are stored in a secure account and will only be released to the seller after the buyer has received their purchase.
Over 90 experts, recruited from the most prestigious art institutions in the world, select more than 20,000 objects in auction every week.
Whether they are interested in an antique Chinese vase, an impressionist artwork, iconic pop art, or an Eames chair, buyers with Catawiki can rest assured that every object on the platform is truly special. Interesting objects up for auction on Catawiki included: artwork by Andy Warhol, Banksy, Picasso, Monet and Man Ray, as well as design furniture by Eames or Sottsass.
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