Decoration expert(s), magazine(s) dedicated to photography, or national and local newspapers, ArtPhotoLimited had the privilege to feature in many major media titles. We share these encounters here.
Notice to photographers and photo enthusiasts! A new online platform directly links supply and demand for the purchase and sale of photographic works of art. In one of the sites, the formula slams and sounds like a precept: "Connect the photographic artists and aesthetes of the whole world". Junior Bernard and Louis Albert, creators of the site, already have a long history in the fields of computing and Internet sales. This time, they decided to put their entrepreneurial talents at the service of photographic art.
Starting today and for a period of two weeks, the Bordeaux ArtPhotoLimited Gallery is launching an exceptional sale of photographs from the archives of the Sud Ouest newspaper, until December 4th. The clichés trace both the great historical moments and everyday scenes from the 1930s to the 1970s.
We offer formats in 30x20 cm and up to 150x100 cm. It depends on the quality of the photos. We work with Picto, a renowned laboratory in France for the quality of its prints, "explains Louis Albert. Former employee of Cdiscount, he created ArtPhotoLimited last spring with Junior Bernard. The two Bordeaux entrepreneurs put on line 5,000 images of 300 French and foreign photographers in limited edition.
ArtPhotoLimited leaves the registered photographers a lot of latitude: freely fix the sale price and the maximum number of prints, select the printing technique most suited to their photograph photography by photography, choose the paper to use. The startup then takes care of the rest: marketing, customer experience on the site, secure payment, printing management and delivery to the customer who thus receives the photograph ready to be hung. Customers then choose the format that suits them and the desired finish (single print, framed print, laminated print).
To propose a wide choice of art photographs signed and limited to 30 copies, in accordance with the French law: here is the credo of the young company ArtPhotoLimited. This legal limit of 30 copies, in all sizes and media, is one of the foundations of ArtPhotoLimited. We consider that a photograph has value only if it is signed and edited to a very limited number of copies.
To afford a photo of art without exploding the piggy bank becomes possible. The start-up Art Photo Limited wants to reconcile love of the photographic work and accessible price ... Explanations and glance on the photographic works to decorate and personalize its walls with style.
The idea behind ArtPhotoLimited is to offer an alternative to decoration shops and photo galleries such as YellowKorner, which offer limited-edition (often several thousand print) limited edition art photographs. Can very easily find the same photo in several of his friends as the prints are widespread. Between the art galleries at prohibitive prices and the sites of decoration (the famous yellow taxi at Ikea), a ditch exists.
For 2018 Earth's day, ArtPhotoLimited, the website dedicated to the purchase of fine art photographs, organize a flash about the water topic. This sale is composed of pictures from artistes Jashim Salam, Damien Poullenot and Nick Pumphrey, with each artist offering his own vision. From the water waste issue to the impact of rising sea levels, all artists have an engaged vision.
The success of photography is at its peak and the desire to possess its own works is felt. But while no platform existed until now, two young entrepreneurs had the idea to create ArtPhotoLimited. It is they who have things in hand from A to Z. They take care of the marketing of the product, until it is delivered to the customer, ready to be hooked. This allows photographers not to waste time with the whole commercial part and thus to focus on their job as such.
Created in May 2016, ArtPhotoLimited is already the largest art photography gallery in France. With a unique credo: directly connect artists photographers and amateurs and collectors of art photography. Designed in a marketplace model, ArtPhotoLimited allows photographic artists to easily sell their art photographs and art collectors / amateurs to acquire in a few clicks a photograph.
Photography has never been more popular with the general public and yet the sale of photographic artwork remains confidential. The supply and demand are real but there is no platform to connect photographic artists and aesthetes all over the world. The ambition of this company is to simplify the purchase of photographic artworks, signed and numbered, limited to 30 copies, in accordance with French art law.
Created a few months ago by two web and marketing professionals, the www.artphotolimited.com site allows professional photographers (professional only) to sell their works of art online in just a few clicks. All you have to do is register, import your photographs and define your selling prices by format. ArtPhotoLimited then takes care of everything from marketing to delivery of draws to customers. For printing, ArtPhotoLimited has chosen to associate itself with the Picto laboratory in order to benefit from its recognized expertise in the field. All the photographs for sale on ArtPhotoLimited are signed and numbered, in the limit of 30 copies, according to the French law in the matter of work of art. The editorial line and the selection of the photographers that follows are defined by the Director of photography of ArtPhotoLimited, with 20 years of experience in a very large Parisian agency.
Founded on May 10, the Bordeaux startup ArtPhotoLimited is positioned on the sale of photographic artworks. It is neither an online art gallery nor an image bank. No, the two associates, Louis Albert and Junior Bernard, only want to market photos signed by their author and numbered (up to 30, maximum number of copies for a photograph to be considered a work of art) and printed by a Specialized laboratory, Picto in Paris, with a technique chosen by the seller himself.
Spécialiste de la photographie d'art, ArtPhotoLimited s'installe au BHV Marais dans un corner dédié au 2ème étage pour proposer au public des tirages de magnifiques photos sur place en temps réel et sur mesure ! La galerie d'art 2.0 est arrivée !
S'offrir un beau portrait en noir et blanc d'une star du cinéma français ? C'est possible. À l'occasion de la cérémonie des César 2018 (qui seront décernés ce vendredi 2 mars), ArtPhotoLimited propose à la vente une série de photos d'acteurs et d'actrices réalisées de 1980 à nos jours par de grands noms de la photographie de cinéma. De Romy Schneider à Tahar Rahim en passant par Coluche ou Nathalie Baye, ces artistes ont un point commun : tous ont remporté un César du meilleur acteur ou de la meilleure actrice.
The Parisian photography agency Roger-Viollet, in partnership with the start-up ArtPhotoLimited, is offering for sale about a hundred mythical photos depicting Paris at the beginning of the 20th century. Discover the City of Light as you have never known it before!
On June 17, we will celebrate dads! What will you offer to yours? Do you have any ideas? The Gazette Bio has thought of everything and gives you its small selection ...
In partnership with the young Bordeaux start-up ArtPhotoLimited.com, "Sud Ouest" opens its archives to the general public for an ephemeral online sale, from 20 November to 4 December. This special offer is a first for your daily life which has digitized in recent years some 80 000 images, from its old collections of plates of glass, negative and silver, with the assistance of the Memory of Bordeaux.
Bordeaux ArtPhotoLimited site, which offers to the mainstream to buy, at moderate prices, photos of art or newspaper archives, announces a fundraising of 850 000 euros
The best moments of the Blues during the World at affordable prices. This is what the website ArtPhotoLimited offers. But you must be quick, because it is drowning under the demands. Victim of its success, the start-up has seen its sales multiplied by ten, since Sunday, after the historic victory of the Blues.
On Valentine's Day, the Figaro Magazine offers a selection of its most beautiful photographs on the theme of escape.
How to recognize an original photographic artwork? Where to get it outside the galleries and at a lower cost? And when one is a professional, how to easily propose his works to the public?
Art photography, what is it? Already, art photography is for everyone! But before choosing, be sure to check the number of copies of the photograph and the presence of the artist's signature. Indeed, a photograph published at several hundred (or even thousands) copies will not have the same value as a photograph signed by the artist and numbered less than 30 copies, in accordance with French art law.
Caleches crossing on the esplanade of the Hermitage at La Baule, in what was still called the Loire-Inferieure. Gentlemen with canoeing and ladies in long skirt on the beach of the Rosaries, in Plérin, in Côtes-d'Armor. The harvest of camomile in a field in Cholet (Maine-et-Loire), in August 1970. Motorcyclists who paraded during the liberation of Fleury-sur-Orne (Calvados), July 19, 1944 ... Ordinary scenes, extraordinary moments . Each time, a West-France photographer or his ancestor, L'Ouest-Éclair, was there, with his camera. Result: these are kilometers of dandruff, terabytes of files that sleep in our collections. "These photos have made the news, they today tell the history of the West and are a magnificent heritage," says François-Xavier Lefranc, editor-in-chief of West-France.
Created in May 2016 by Louis Albert, former Marketing Director of Cdiscount, the startup ArtPhotoLimited allows the general public to acquire art photos and archives at affordable prices. The startup has raised € 840,000 from entrepreneurs with the support of BPI and BNP Paribas. The objective of this fundraising is to strengthen the startup teams with new hires planned by the end of 2018 while starting to invest in marketing.
To revolutionize the photography market by simplifying the purchase and sale of limited edition art photos for the general public. This is the goal of the start-up ArtPhotoLimited, based in Bordeaux, with its online sales platform. It just raised on July 13 840 000 euros from successful entrepreneurs and with the support of Bpifrance and BNP Paribas. With this fundraising, the company wants to strengthen its teams while starting to invest in marketing.
By initiating a new partnership with the Roger-Viollet agency, more than 2 million works from the City of Paris' iconographic collections are waiting to be showcased on ArtPhotoLimited.
Photography lovers have something to look forward to: the ArtPhotoLimited online sales website sells pieces from the Roger-Viollet fund as part of a new partnership. It is therefore a hundred photos that are now available to all for a nostalgic visit of a historic Paris.