ARTA: Digital Innovation in Art Award Nominee 2021

Ahead of the shortlist announcement this September and the Award Ceremony on October 14th, we highlight the great projects and businesses that have entered the Digital Innovation in Art Award. Brace yourself - the competition is unprecedented!

High-value goods (eg. expensive artwork) are notoriously difficult to sell online due to the complexity of fulfilment. Enter ARTA: your one-step for powerful logistics software and end-to-end fulfilment services for high-value goods and collectables.  


ARTA is the only company that provides logistics technology to automate shipping as well as end-to-end fulfilment services for sellers of high-value goods and collectables. Through a single integration, ARTA’s clients receive instant shipping and service costs for virtually any item, shipping anywhere in the world. The beauty of ARTA’s technology is centred around the fact that their clients are offered a one-click, unified checkout for their buyers — inclusive of all costs.  

“We are most excited about the many advances around commerce, particularly how technology has helped accelerate the art world’s trajectory into online sales. Though luxury goods have been slower than other categories to come online, technology has made it easier and more seamless to enable e-commerce in this space. Our goal at ARTA is to reduce the friction typically involved with sales of high-value goods and collectables by automating shipping and fulfilment, and I think we will see a lot more innovation in the e-commerce space in the art world in the years to come.”

– Adam Fields, Founder & CEO 

ARTA will soon be announcing a large seed round of funding, with additional funding announcements expected later this year. In April, the company hit a record for the highest volume of shipments booked through our platform in a single month since the company was founded in 2015. We love to see a tool this easy and useful aiding both companies and consumers! 

.ART Team
.ART Team
members are global citizens with interests ranging from art history to social justice. If we had an office cat we would have called it Basquiat.