New Funding For Start-Up Curating Art For the Masses

  • June 21, 2016 17:43

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Marc Pohl, Lea Lange and Sebastian Hasebrink
Juniqe

Juniqe, the Berlin-based marketplace for curated art, has closed €14 million in Series B funding, reports TechCrunch. The site "discovers" art on social media and prints on-demand versions across categories, from wall art to home decor and fashion, with buyers throughout Europe.

“On the demand side, consumers are shifting away from mass production and increasingly seeking out individualised experiences and products. Juniqe caters to this by providing consumers with exciting, affordable designs by emerging artists,” said Managing Director Lea Lange to TechCrunch.

"By curating collections and creating inspiring content, Juniqe is helping re-shape our understanding of contemporary art and making it accessible to the masses,” explains Lange.

The latest investment in Juniqe was led by Highland Europe.

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