Artemundi was born out of a rebellious idea and a principled objective: to help our clients build and diversify their art investments without the excessive fees associated with traditional brick-and-mortar art companies while adhering to transparent business practices. We specialize in art investments with expertise in Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and late XX century historical artworks, expressing rejection of young or emerging artists for investment purposes.

Since our foundation in 1989, Artemundi has evolved into an industry-leading art investment company with thousands of successful transactions and over a billion dollars managed in art. We have a successful track record providing expert art fund management, and other services. In addition, we have pioneered on a global scale the adoption of technology to create new investment opportunities through art securitization.

We know that art is a real and tangible asset that appreciates over time in addition to its priceless emotional, intellectual, and cultural value.

Dedicated expertise

Decades of experience and our successful track record set us apart as the only art investment management company with a tested methodology.

We achieve attractive rates of return for investors looking to diversify holdings into tangible assets with performance unrelated to the capital markets.

Rebels by nature

Since 1989, we have grown contrary to traditional brick-and-mortar art businesses that carry huge overheads and excessive fees and commissions often on both ends.

Our track record

Artemundi Global Fund (2010-2015).
For more information about Artemundi Global Fund click HERE.

US$220,356,012.00
Accumulated assets under management

US$500 per share
Book value (initial)

US$983.55 per share
Book value (final)

Gross return (5 years): 96.71%
Net return (5 years): 85.36%
IRR: 17.41%

From 2016 to 2019, our own and related art investment portfolio was around US$100 million AUM per annum. Artemundi produced an average EBITDA over sales of 18.8% during that same period.

 

*Performance data displayed herein is historical, is not indicative of future returns and is no guarantee of future results. Information contained in this web-page is not intended to be used to assist the reader in determining artists or artworks to buy or sell or when to buy or sell such artists or artworks.

Our team

A team with experience & vision.

Our diverse team is integrated by international professionals, art collectors, specialists, and enthusiasts from the United States, Europe, United Kingdom, Mexico, Switzerland, and Brazil, unified by their deep artistic knowledge and their professional dedication towards delivering excellence in the art world.

Javier Lumbreras
Almudena Mulas
Karla Torres
Natascha Reihl
Daniel Fabris

Collaborators

Grace Lumbreras
Marina Cochrane
Eva Ruiz
Bigna Pfenninger
Paloma EC
Enrique Liberman
Sandra P. Kayal

Our Artworks

Andy Warhol, "Four Marilyns (Reversal)", 1976-1986, Acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
Donald Judd, "Untitled (80-19 Bernstein)", 1980, Stainless steel, red anodized aluminum
Frida Kahlo, "Self-Portrait with Curly Hair", 1935, Oil on tin
Mark Rothko, "Untitled", 1968, Acrylic and paper on canvas
Pablo Picasso, "Tête de Femme (Dora Maar)", 1939, Oil on canvas
Kenneth Noland, "Across", 1964, Acrylic on canvas.
Rudolf Stingel, "Untitled", 2006, Oil and enamel on canvas
Dan Flavin, «"Monument" for V Tatlin», 1970, Cool white flourescent light
Alberto Giacometti, "Petit Buste", ca. 1955, Bronze with green and dart brown patina
Agnes Martin, "Untitled", 1965, Acrylic and graphite on canvas
Rufino Tamayo, "Los Músicos", 1949, Oil on canvas
Henry Moore, "Head", 1984, Bronze
Josef Albers, "Homage to the Square", 1969, Oil on masonite
Wassily Kandinsky, "The Resolution", 1938, Tempera on paper laid on board
Christopher Wool, "Untitled (Lester)", 2001, Enamel on linen
Alexander Calder, "Untitled", 1960, Mobile
Jeff Koons, "Smooth Egg with Bow (Magenta/Orange)", 1994 - 2009, High chromoim stainless steel with transparent color coating

Our partners

Artemundi has substantially invested in building up our reputation throughout an extensive network amongst the best art professionals.

From recognized databases to insurance companies, our strategic relationships with prominent art market specialists include key senior personnel to ensure that our art portfolio is managed with due diligence and proficiency.