When artworks from all geographies are fairly represented and valued in the global art market, we will be a more inclusive society.

why we exist

Capital Art is a technology company based in South Africa but set up to serve a global customer base. We make it easy and affordable for art collectors to manage their collections and track the value of their artworks and their art collections, not only as part of holistic wealth management but also to preserve financial and cultural value for future generations.  

We continue to build tools and features and form partnerships that will support art collectors across many markets.

We enable art collectors to collect the value of their artworks, not just the art.


Karabo Morule’s current mission is to get collectors of modern and contemporary art to see it as an asset class and ensure that artworks are not relegated to being decoration or artefacts over time, and that art collectors see long-term value in the artworks they collect. 

She is the Founder of Capital Art which is an art fintech and is the first art collection management service that is facilitates collection management for collectors of modern and contemporary African art.

Karabo is an actuary by profession and was the second black African woman to qualify as an actuary in South Africa. Her career spans investment banking at J.P. Morgan, as well as a ten-year period in senior executive roles at a financial services conglomerate, Old Mutual Limited. 

Karabo has been collecting, investing in and being a patron of the arts since 2012 and is also an angel investor. In 2018, she was selected to join the World Economic Forum’s Forum of Young Global Leaders. In 2021 and 2022, she was ranked on the Choiseil 100 list of 100 most promising African business leaders aged 40 and under. She is an alumnus of the University of Cape Town and Harvard Business School.