FAQ

Can I see the artwork in person?

Some of the artworks, including  photography by Luigi Ghirri, works by Phoebe Collings-James, Matthew Stone, and Paul Kneale are in London. You are welcome to come view the works in person if you are in the London area.

Do you ever host live events?

Yes, alongside our online curations, ARTUNER organises pop-up exhibitions, public talks, informal events and studio visits – also in order to facilitate interaction between the collectors and artists. In Autumn 2018, ARTUNER celebrates its 5th anniversary with a strong programme of exhibitions and events. Forthcoming: Memories Arrested in Space with Rebecca Salter, Serena Vestrucci, Bea Bonafini, and Paul Kneale opens at the Italian Cultural Institute on Friday 28th 6-8PM; Paul Kneale has one of his scanner paintings featured in Peindre la Nuit at Centre Pompidou Metz, opening October 12th at 6.30PM; David Czupryn will have his first major institutional solo show at Kunsthalle Darmstadt opening October 27th at 5PM; the Autumn programme with culminate with a group exhibition in Turin in Palazzo Capris, The World’s Your Oyster, opening November 1st at 6-8PM. Some examples of past events are: the show Open Source: Art at the Eclipse of Capitalism held in partnership with Gallery Max Hetzler (Paris and Berlin, March 2015); group exhibitions in Turin during Artissima week (November 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017); shows at the Italian Cultural Institute in London (Gabriele de Santis, 2014; Phoebe Collings-James, 2015; Manuele Cerutti, Giorgio Ciam, 2016; Pietro Consagra, Ugo Mulas, Marine Hugonnier, 2017).

What is a curation?

ARTUNER regularly offers new exhibitions of artworks called ‘curations’. These are thematic displays of carefully chosen artworks. Our external curators work in coordination with Eugenio Re Rebaudengo and ARTUNER’s staff to select the artworks that make up the curations. Rather than offering mass aggregates of every work of art that is available for us to sell, Artuner only offers high quality works that pass through both our network of experts and advisory board to ensure a standard of excellence.

How do I acquire an artwork?

If you are interested in purchasing a work from ARTUNER please write Eugenio at [email protected] with the artist and title of the artwork in the subject line.

Is it possible to return the purchased artwork?

If you are not satisfied with the artwork that you have purchased from ARTUNER, you have seven days to return the artwork to us.

How can I contact customer services?

If you have any additional queries, please contact customer service at [email protected] or call customer service between 10AM – 5PM GMT, Monday – Friday at (+44) 02031742493.