ARTE Generali digitizes art insurance and supports the art world in recovering from the Covid-19 crisis
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ARTE Generali digitizes art insurance and supports the art world in recovering from the Covid-19 crisis
Maurizio Cattelan. Courtesy of Arte Generali. Photo Oliviero Toscani.

MUNICH.- ARTE Generali recently unveiled its new, exclusive app, which offers art collectors unique features such as remote evaluation of artworks. In addition, ARTE Generali has decided to set up a program to support small galleries, museums and art dealers as well as young artists who are particularly affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

“Collectors are increasingly demanding that the processes in art insurance are made simple, fast and intelligent by digital tools”, said Jean Gazançon, CEO of ARTE Generali. “The demand for digitization in the art world is being driven further by the Covid-19 crisis. ARTE Generali has therefore developed a digital platform that meets this demand and simplifies the lives of distributors and customers. This way, ARTE Generali proves that art insurance can be innovative.”

The new ARTE Generali app
ARTE Generali’s digital ecosystem is enhanced by the exclusive ARTE Generali app, which offers collectors a comprehensive range of art-related services, such as:

• Remote evaluation – offering art collectors the opportunity to obtain evaluation of their art pieces from a certified expert with no in-person visit. The evaluation is performed by submitting pictures of the art piece and additional available information and documentation. Upon evaluation, the art collector obtains a digital unalterable certificate associated with the art piece.

• MyCollection – offering customers a tool to manage a virtual collection whereby their artworks are placed, including photos, information and available digital documents such as the certificate.

In the coming months, additional functions will be integrated into the ARTE Generali app:

• MyConcierge – providing digital, remote assistance to identify and connect with experts for appraisal, transport, storage, cleaning and restoration of art collections and artworks.

• MyClaim – enabling digital claim filing process.

• MyGallery – a virtual private space to showcase art pieces, accessible by third parties upon the art collector’s invitation.

Through the app, art collectors will also be able to join an art community of art lovers and experts who share the same passion for art and approach to preserving art objects. App users will receive exclusive news about current trends in the art market and invitations to exclusive digital and physical art events.

The ARTE Generali app can be used on any smart device, meets the strictest data security standards and is powered by Blockchain technology for additional verifiability and security. The app is available in all well-known app stores; certain functions are currently only available to German customers. For further details, please visit

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