10 Tiendas de Arte Online Twitter409 409facebook934 934pinterest1 1google plus3Share3linked in0 0email0 0stumbleupon1Share1meneame0Share0 La llegada del Internet ha significado para los artistas visuales la oportunidad de entrar en contacto directo con el público en línea para así generar ventas de sus obras, pero, en un escenario típico, un artista visual emergente que lanza su blog o tienda virtual no siempre obtiene el éxito que espera. Como artista es difícil hacerse cargo de la administración de una página web, los errores comunes es que se olvidan de subir nuevo material, lo que provoca que no haya movimiento dentro de la página. Las tiendas online brindan interfaces que permiten al público estar conectados con los productos. A continuación presentamos una lista de algunas Tiendas de Arte Online. 10. En India, Sen6 es una galería en línea con obras de arte de artistas originarios del país. Rango de precios: desde $10 hasta $300 dólares. 9. Rango de precios: desde $900 hasta $2, 700 dólares. 8. 7. 5. 4. 3. 2.
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Online Art Sales - How Galleries Sell Art Online << Back to Articles for Artists If you don't think the Internet is reshaping the art business, transforming how art is exhibited and the ways sales are made, you must still be reading newspapers and watching TV on a television. To be honest, I had an inkling that the art business paradigm was shifting and that sales were taking place online, and I'd heard numerous instances of online sales happening, but I never really paid much attention, nor did I think the totality of it all was any big deal... until recently when I put the question to gallery owners, "What percentage of art do you sell either substantially or totally online as opposed to at your gallery?" Based on their answers, the realization was sudden, immediate and stunning that the online art world revolution is happening now in a very major way, and is no longer some hypothetical outcome that may or may not eventually come to pass at some indeterminate point in the future. Why People Buy Art Online Gallery Website Enhancements
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Google launches online gallery for emerging artists Google has launched an online art gallery to give emerging artists a chance to display their creations to a larger audience without competing for wall space in a traditional gallery. With its new Open Gallery, Google joins a growing movement of moving fine art online to offer an alternative venue for artists and give more people access to fine art without traveling to a gallery and paying an entry fee. Tech giants including Amazon and eBay also offer online art galleries, each featuring a range of prints from masters the likes of Picasso to unknown artists, and are joined by a growing industry of independent online galleries such as San Francisco’s startup UGallery. Google Open Gallery lets artists upload images of their art, videos (uploaded on YouTube), audio and text to create an online exhibition, according to the site. Through the platform, artists can create a new websiteor get enhancements to an existing website. Even leading galleries are recognizing the need to put work online.
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Galerie d'Art en ligne Vendre des tableaux, acheter des œuvres originales et impressions haut de gamme sur Artmajeur Under $50: 10 Online Sources for Affordable Art The idea of collecting art can be a daunting one and when it comes to finding the perfect pieces to fill your walls it can feel like there are only two directions you can go in, mass produced cookie-cutter art or the intimidating, confusing and often expensive option of buying directly from a gallery. The internet has democratized the process quite a bit, but can be hard to sift through what's available. Here are ten of my go to resources for good, affordable art. Feel free to add your own suggestions to the comments below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. (Artwork shown by: Intro.
When the Fine Art Market Goes Online Photo LONDON — Is 2015 going to be the year in which the art market — or at least a sizeable chunk of it — finally goes digital? Unlike recorded music and books, which are now bought routinely by millions of people from websites, fine art has proved stubbornly resistant to the march of e-commerce. At least so it would seem from the statistics. Online transactions contributed 6 percent of the record 51 billion euros, or about $59 billion, of art sold by auction houses and dealers in 2014, according to a report published on March 11 by the Netherlands-based European Fine Art Foundation. The art market is an extension of the luxury goods industry, which, with its relatively high prices and expensive-to-run stores, has had an openly King Canute-like resistance to online sales. Most buyers of valuable art understandably feel the need to personally view a work before making a purchase. Sotheby’s has been here before. Mr. A selling exhibition of art might seem an odd way to endorse Mr.
Online Sales Platform Offers Artists a Cut - artnet News ArtList founders Maxime Germain, Kenneth Schlenker, and Astrid de Maismont.Photo: Benjamin Norman/New York Times ArtList, a new online art sales platform from the team that founded Gertrude, went live today after six months of beta testing. To announce themselves, ArtList threw a rowdy Christmas carnival back in December (see Dustin Yellin Got Naked at a Christmas Carnival), but the public hasn't been free to explore the site until today. The question on the tip of everyone's tongue, of course, is what makes ArtList any different from the myriad of other online art sales platforms that have sprung up over the past few years? It turns out, quite a few things. "It was coming from a place of 'how do we make buying and selling on the secondary market not suck,' basically," CEO Kenneth Schlenker told artnet News. Sellers have a lot of privileges, including not having to be bound by an exclusivity agreement.