Are you confident that your fine art is protected 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? GalleryGuard uses the same real-time, item-level anti-theft technology as some of the world's top museums and galleries. Best of all, it is priced affordably for every collector or gallery.


GalleryGuard is high-tech art protection made easy. Setup is done quickly by anyone with basic computer knowledge. GalleryGuard's hidden wirefree implementation means that you may even forget that you have such a sophisticated security and alarm system.


GalleryGuard acts as a primary or secondary method of theft protection that is suitable for a variety of business applications and types of artwork, including: precious framed or unframed originals, artifacts, antiques, sculptures and even works in storage.


Using item-level, motion-based monitoring technologies, GalleryGuard is a significant upgrade over ineffective, indiscrete and inflexible security systems. Combined with a modern and intuitive interface, GalleryGuard is 21st century art security made easy.

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Affordable Museum Level Security

GalleryGuard's affordable price means that all sizes of galleries, museums, private collectors and fine art storage facilities can now enjoy the same security technology used in some of the world's top museums and galleries.

Art Theft News


Picasso, Matisse Paintings and others worth millions were stolen from Netherlands Museum

Seven works of art were stolen from a museum in Kunsthal Rotterdam in an early morning heist. Alarm was set off but security arrived on scene too late to see the theives.

Two Valuable Artifacts Stolen From Montreal Museum

In a brazen daytime theft, two irreplaceable antiquities were stolen from the Montreal Museum of Fine Art. While the suspect was captured on camera, security was not notified that a theft was occuring.

Rene Magritte Artwork Stolen from Private Residence

Two works of art by Rene Magritte were stolen from a residence in Bruges Belgium The two pieces valued at well over $20,000. Anyone with information is asked to contact INTERPOL.