If you've ever wanted to be an art owner, but feel the dream of owning your own artwork is an unaffordable goal - IKEA is about to change everything. In an Australian first, the Swedish furniture company is launching a removable art gallery exhibition at Sydney's Art Gallery of New South Wales.

The exhibition will be showcasing the work of 12 global artists, and allows Aussies to take home a piece of art straight off the walls at an affordable price. IKEA's aim is to change the inaccessible ways of art buying, as Mark Mitchinson explains. "We understand that Australians have strong perceptions on the affordability of art. We also know that 91% of Aussies believe that art shouldn't only be found in galleries or museums, that they feel it also belongs in the home," the brand's spokesperson explains. "Ikea has long provided Australians with affordable and functional home furnishing design, it is who we are and it is what we believe in. Art Event 2017 sees us continue our mission to extend this idea to art, making great and unique art accessible to everyone."

IKEA's Removable art gallery will launch May 30th, 2017 at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and run for a limited time only.  Register your interest to participate here. 

IKEA is launching Australia’s first removable art gallery