Now you can buy a $60,000 Warhol artwork with a swipe on the iPad

New York based is an established fine art auction house, art dealer and gallery that has been auctioning artworks for over 14 years. The art gallery holds an extensive collection of modern and contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptures from over 5000 artists and frequently holds monthly fine modern and contemporary art auctions. To keep up with shifting landscape of the tech world, the art gallery has become one of the first to introduce a RoGallery app to auction its art work. Developed in collaboration with Auction Mobility, the app is available on both Apple app store and Google Play.

The first auction on RoGallery app took place on 12th September which included the works of Andy Warhol, Bernar Venet and Salvador Dali; the next one is scheduled for 24th of September. “Artwork is an investment that lasts a lifetime and finding the perfect masterpiece for your home or office is now effortless with your iPhone or iPad,” said Robert Rogal, Director of “Never before has bidding at auction been this easy — the market for fine Modern and Contemporary Art keeps growing and as of today — for the first time ever — anyone can bid directly and in real-time at auction via an iPhone or iPad, and instantly win modern and contemporary paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures.”

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