Invest in Digital Art

Digital Arts International, publisher of this site and of the Digitalarti Magazine, has created in May 2009 an investment fund, Digital Art Promotion. This fund has been announced in May 2009:

- during Elektra in Montreal, Canada, for the North-American launch,

- during Les Bains Numériques in Paris - Enghein les Bains, France, for the European launch.

 

The fund has been launched to participate in this emerging and dynamic Digital Art market. This fund is managed by the Digital Art International company wich publishes this digitalarti.com site and the Digitalarti Mag. This company is responsible for the fund, which selects and acquires digital artwork and then promotes the works and the artists.

The fund is not a gallery, the artworks are to be kept during a long period of time, usually for 5 to 8 years. 

The fund is officially launched October 23rd 2009, during FIAC (Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain) in Paris and artwork acquisition are to start in 2010. The prestigious international selection commitee of the fund will be announced during this Digital Art event on October 23rd.

Digital Artists, from around the world, willing to submit work to the fund, will be asked to open a free account on Digitalarti.com to present their work.

 

As the photography market did ten years ago, the digital art market is currently shifting from a quite embryonic stage to a real significant international market. 

 

For more information about the fund, to invest, thanks to contact us at:

 info at digitalartpromotion.com. 

 

 

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