WHO THE HECK IS COMA

You might have some questions. Here we, most likely, have answers.

WE ARE NOT A GALLERY

Walking into a gallery has always felt strange to us. There's a wall between art, client, and artist that permeates the buying process through rules and expectations that no one tells you. The sensation of judgment that comes from expressing your own taste when it differs from what the "art world" says is "worthwhile."

WE DON'T WANT TO BE A GALLERY

We're not confined by the conventional norms and constraints of a typical gallery setting. Instead, we offer a dynamic and inclusive platform where art lovers and creators can connect on their own terms.

Our platform provides a haven where artists can showcase their work directly to an audience, bypassing the intermediaries often found in traditional galleries, making it more accessible, transparent, and engaging for everyone involved.

BEING AN ARTIST IS HARD

HOW DOES IT work ?

At COMA we believe in transparency, so we’re about to throw some numbers your way.
More questions? Check out our FAQ
- At the moment of a sale the artist receives 70% of the selling price of the piece.

- The curator receives between 5% and 8% of the selling price, depending on the extent of their involvement in the production and style of the drop (e.g. a higher percentage for a more in-depth study and richer context, a lower percentage for a purely aesthetic drop)-

- All the percentages are exclusive of VAT.

- At the moment we are only accepting collaborators from Sweden.

WHAT TO COLLAB WITH US?

Be an artists, curators, schools or institutions, we are always looking for partners. Get in touch with us, send us your portfolio, tell us about your creative eye or just drop a line and say hi.
CONTACT US

WHAT THE HECK IS A DROP?

A drop is a curated selection of pieces that follow a theme or aesthetic notion (you could almost think of it as an online show). Drops are an awesome way to show pieces in a unique light where we can see many points of view on a common subject. Still not clear? Why not check out the first one?