Valise gives artists peace of mind

A fast, simple artwork-inventory system that lets you get back to making your work.

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Work visually

Manage your archive in an image grid, see any details, and edit multiple works at once.

Quickly pull together shows

Check what works are available, where they are in the world, and who has them in a few clicks.

Coordinate with ease

Privately share work details with galleries, curators, or in proposals, with granular control over which details to include.

Know when to follow-up

Get notified when a consignment is about to start or end, making it easy to extend or get your works back.

Real-time collaboration

Invite assistants or family members to help manage your archive and work without conflicts.

Instant search

Quickly find any artwork, location, sale, consignment, or buyer in your archive, even with thousands of works.

Works on desktop and mobile
Editioned-artwork support
Sale and buyer tracking
Expense tracking and summaries
One-click archive exports
Keyboard shortcuts
Concierge onboarding

Coming Soon

Valise is built from our experience maintaining artwork archives. Even if you don’t use our software, we want you to benefit from lessons we’ve learned along the way.

Read about the Valise Method →

Who’s behind Valise?

We’re a two-person team based out of Toronto.

Brian has worked in contemporary art for more than two decades—as an editor at Artforum and Aperture, a curator at the Cincinnati Art Museum, and the executive director of a small nonprofit gallery. He’s also married to an artist—Valise’s first user.

Ross is a designer and developer who has worked at Facebook, with healthcare agencies in East Africa, and most recently at a secure networking startup.