Art Stage Singapore to compete with its customers?


In an effort to promote lesser known artists, Art Stage Singapore 2013 will feature a dedicated space for Indonesian artists, two thirds of whom will be represented by Art Stage itself.

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Art Jog ’12: Fresh contemporary art makes for meaningful Indonesian fair


Organisers of the 2012 edition of Art Jog hope to stand out on the now-crowded Asian art fair calendar with their focus on emerging practitioners and an artist-centred exhibition format.

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Public art turns profit? New models for cultural investment


The Atlantic Cities ran an article in May 2012 on the financial sustainability of public art projects. The piece highlights two major Los Angeles artworks that brought tangible monetary gains.

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Steal a Banksy and keep it, guilt and prison free


There is a AUD15,000 Banksy lurking in a corridor of one of three of Melbourne’s Art Series Hotels and the company is offering its guests the opportunity to swipe it.

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3D digital art catalogues soon a reality – TED video demonstration


Mike Matas demonstrates the power of Apple’s Ipad applications using Al Gore’s The Choice app, while galleries begin to use the new digital format for art catalogues.

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VIP Art Fair announces gallery and artist line-up: We list Asian participants


The week-long VIP Art Fair is soon to debut its entirely online event and has released a list of participating galleries and artist highlights. Opening on Saturday 22 January, this unusual fair is free to browse through but offers special features to VIP ticket holders. We list the attending galleries and artist/artwork highlights as well as give readers an idea of what to expect if they participate.

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e-artnow new art event announcement service surfaces


New art promotion website e-artnow is offering a free trial that lets art exhibitors or institutions send out a first announcement free of charge. The website, similar in style to e-flux, is a kind of information service that allows you publicise art auctions, conferences and the like through email announcements sent out to an email database. We discuss the merits of this new website and compare it with similar site e-flux and other related services.

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Do you rank high on google? Why most art dealers don't, why they should and what to do about it


ART MARKETING FOR FREE ON INTERNET Getting a super-high google ranking is critical for anyone who is interested in promoting art. In this post we focus on the particular challenges facing dealers and give simple starter steps to help improve rankings massively.  Neglected … Continue reading