Art Systems LLC
243 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10016
+1 212 620 5500
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+1 212 741 1846
Main office: Monday to Friday, 9:30 am to 6 pm
Support office: 6 am to 6 pm NYC time or by appointment for overseas customers
Main office closed.
Support is open 6 am to 2:30 pm NYC time on below holidays, except Christmas and New Year’s days, on which it is closed.
New Year’s Day (1/1)
President’s Day (2/19)
Memorial Day (5/28)
Independence Day (7/4)
Labor Day (9/3)
Thanksgiving Day (11/22)
Day after Thanksgiving (11/23)
Christmas Day (12/25)
Artsystems’ objective is to provide and support the most efficient and powerful software tools for fine art management. Through its software and services, Artsystems strives to improve its customers’ productivity dramatically and help them analyze and utilize their information to best achieve their goals.
Founded in 1989, Artsystems originally created custom data management software solutions for art institutions and galleries and was instrumental in cataloguing the estate of and catalogue raisonné for Andy Warhol.
Since then, Artsystems has released four iterations of what quickly had become an industry standard art business management database for the world’s leading art galleries, private collections, artists, artist estates, and private art advisors.
Today, Artsystems also provides integrated websites, an iPad/iPhone app, and a cloud-based hosting platform for remote access and sharing of its database software, Artsystems Pro to its thousands of customers on six continents.
For 28 years, Artsystems has relied on a continuous collaboration with many of the world’s most successful art businesses and collections to develop, enhance, and continually refine its products and services.
Artsystems staff of 15 industry veterans are experts in Artsystems offerings and between them have over four centuries of art management experience.
Art Systems LLC is a New York State Corporation held privately by its partners, Founder and Chief Software Architect, David Studstill, and former gallerist and founder of Artnet Magazine, Doug Milford.