artlead is a new platform to help you discover and collect work by today's best artists, at affordable prices.
artlead works together with carefully selected museums, art institutions, publishers and galleries to bring you the best collection of artworks and editions out there. Together with our partners, we are building an easily accessible, innovative online platform that allows you to browse our database for artworks of both established and emerging artists. While browsing, quickly find what you’re looking for, whether you’re searching for a specific price, size or artist.
We offer specialized guidance in your search for a work that perfectly matches your criteria. Explore our journal to discover the latest on what’s happening in the art world. We inform you on which artists to watch, what shows are interesting and provide an accessible network of insider knowledge to help you to gain full access to all the hidden gems out there.
It's pretty simple actually... we are excited about art and want to share our passion — because we believe learning about, engaging with and collecting art shouldn't depend on who you know, where you live or how much money you have. Art is open to everyone!
artlead is founded by Thomas Caron. For the last seven years Thomas was a curator at S.M.A.K. Ghent, developing exhibitions and public space projects with artist such as Ed Templeton, Cyprien Gaillard, Mark Manders, Simon Gush, Sarah Ortmeyer, Michael Sailstorfer, Tove Storch, Joachim Koester and Javier Téllez. As an author and an editor, he realized several publications, working with publishing houses such as D.A.P., Distanz and Mousse Publishing.
Contact us if you have any remarks or questions about who we are and what we do; if you would like to know more about how you can become a partner on our website; or if you just would like to say hello.
See the short introduction Belgian national television network Canvas made about artlead.
Or read about us:
Sabato - De Tijd (NL)
Sabato - L'Echo (FR)
De Standaard (NL)
Elle Magazine (NL)
Canvas' Culture Club Magazine (NL)
De Morgen (NL)