5 apps that are shaking up the art market

It’s always been tough to make money from art. But for big-city artists and curators, the cost of real estate for galleries and studio space has made it even tougher to build a sustainable practice.

The growing popularity of art fairs has also had an effect, by creating destination experiences that might be great for bringing people in, but not necessarily for actually selling art.

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Ritik Dholakia is the founder and product Lead at Studio Rodrigo, an independent New York design studio which he started with Khoi Uong in 2012. The studio focuses on creating digital products and services, specialising in helping companies identify and evaluate new product opportunities, develop product strategies, and design and bringing new products and services to market. He has worked with companies including Comcast, Spotify and Pace Gallery.