Artscoops and Gallerease announce a Partnership to facilitate international growth of both online art platforms

Artscoops and Gallerease announce a Partnership to facilitate international growth of both online art platforms

 

Artscoops, the MENA region’s leading online art marketplace and Gallerease, a pan-European art platform, announced today a strategic partnership.

 

The partnership will offer access to new geographies for clients, artists and galleries whilst also enhancing customer service and product offerings. The aim is to create transparency and accessibility for art enthusiasts without restrictions.

 

Commenting on the partnership, Raya Mamarbachi said: “We are committed to improving our international access and this partnership brings Europe directly to our clients and customers. They are the ones who will benefit the most from this partnership. It helps us offer them better services and products and allows us to differentiate ourselves in the marketplace.”

 

We pride ourselves on our international reputation and the high quality art Gallerease offers. This partnership will help drive international access and exposure for our clients; the most coveted art from any region is now just a click away” said Gallerease founder and Managing Partner Frederick Gentis.

 

Gallerease is a fast-growing, Netherlands-based, pan-European online art platform, founded in February 2016. Experienced in-house curators and appraisers make sure the platform only offers high quality art from leading galleries and art dealers. Gallerease offers its users an innovative, data-driven solution, called ‘Artease’. Artease converts its users’ choices when picking art from pairs shown, into data-derived interest profiles and custom-made searches. Through Artease Gallerease is able to chart preferences in art for different demographical and geographical groups.

 

Artscoops is the Beirut-based market leading online art platform for the MENA-region. Artscoops specialises in Middle Eastern & North African Art and offers a 24/7 platform where art lovers and collectors alike can purchase artworks directly from contemporary artists and commercial galleries. The fundamental power of the platform lies in being futuristic, collaborative and innovative in their approach, while offering full transparency on the business of buying art.


Aelbert Cuyp
Cattle, Dordrecht, Dutch historical scene, Oil on pamel, 40 x 55cm

Sam Francis
Untitled, Acrylic lacquer on Paper, 49 x 40 cm
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