An App That Pushes Aside the Art World Curtain
By SCOTT REYBURNAPRIL 8, 2016
LONDON — The process of buying and selling art, particularly contemporary works, has a reputation for opacity, but a new mobile app that promises to instantly provide price data could contribute to the opening up of the market.
The free app, called Magnus, uses digital-recognition technology similar to that of Shazam, which “hears” music to provide song titles, and Vivino, which reads wine labels and reveals ratings and restaurant markups.
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