Vesica is an on online art, heritage and cultural collection management application. Delivered as a service in a browser, Vesica is simple but comprehensive, making it ideal for museums, heritage organisations, art collectors, and institutional galleries. It offers a complete, end-to-end solution for those looking to document, manage and market art collections of all sizes - from 10 to 5 million + pieces or objects.
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In a nutshell, Vesica includes features to store information about art collections across hundreds of parameters which allow you to document, manage and market an art collection. The software is powered with robust search and reporting features, allowing you to visualize your collection with charts by medium, region, period, technqiue and more.
Thousands of hours of research and development have gone into Vesica. The software is updated on a regular basis and new features and interface upgrades are added automatically. Because the software works on a simple subscription model, you only pay for the number of pieces you store and you can increase that number at any time. Vesica's interface is built on state-of-the-art technology which allows you to edit hundreds of parameters about an object without having to reload the screen even once. This delivers a truly "on-demand" interface, delivering an experience comparable to a desktop application.
Vesica has been built with the input of art collectors, museum and gallery professionals and art consultants across the United States, United Kingdom, Middle East and Asia.
Vesica was created in 2010 in London, UK as an app for a private art collector. Over time, the platform expanded and was eventually given a face and feature lift to make it suitable for museums and enterprise collections.
Vesica is still privately owned and operated in London with a purely Europe-based cloud platform.