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For many, owning an original piece of contemporary art might seem like a distant dream, but that’s all set to change thanks to groundbreaking new art ownership scheme Own Art, Pay Later

Giving many art lovers previously limited to window-shopping their first chance to dip a toe into the art world just in time for this year’s Frieze Art Fair, Own Art offers the chance to buy contemporary art online from over 550 artists with an interest-free loan.

This extraordinary opportunity is the result of a new partnership between Own Art and CultureLabel.com, the online store that curates the best museum, gallery and artist products.

People interested in purchasing any of the works from Culture Label’s newly launched Art Store (which currently includes the collections of 23 galleries and is set to rise to 60 over the next year) will be able to apply online for an Own Art loan, allowing them to borrow anything from £100 to £2000, and spread the cost over 10 interest free monthly installments.

For further information, visit CultureLabel.com

Picture credit: Jock Mooney "To Kiss The Palms Of Death"

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