Exhibitions are important channels and events to bring awareness to artists your gallery represents and promote artworks to a wide audience. Artland allows you to log and digitize physical exhibitions and display selected artworks, introduce participating artists and much more.
To create an exhibition, go to your gallery profile and click on “Add Exhibition” in the Admin Toolbar.
A new form page will appear where you can chose the type of exhibition and add all the information about the show in the correspondent sections.
You can select the status of your show (public or private) via the token at the beginning of the exhibition's edit session.
In this section, you can chose the type of exhibition and add basic information about your show, such as title, dates, description and artworks.
You can choose among four different kind of exhibitions:
- Physical exhibitions;
- Online exhibitions - for exhibitions that are shown only online
- Online booth - for exhibitions that are part of fairs, either physical or online
- Viewing Room - to know more about Viewing Rooms, please check this article.
Then in the exhibition's edit session, click on the text box labelled 'Artworks' and check the artworks you are willing to add to that given show. You can undo this action by deselecting the artworks in the same way.
You can also add private artworks to a show and these will be visible only in the selected exhibition.
Cover Image and Detail Images
Here you can upload the cover and detailed images of your exhibition.
Images should have an aspect ratio of 16:9 and be between 5 and 10MB for best image quality.
Once saved in the upper right side of the page, you can find your show among your public or private exhibitions on your gallery page.
You can share compelling information about your exhibitions by creating an Explore Section in the following step. Please read more about it here.
See all your Exhibitions
By clicking on the tab “Exhibitions” on your gallery profile you will be able to see all past, upcoming and current Exhibitions.
See your Private Exhibitions
Under Exhibitions on the top right corner next to “Add Exhibitions” you can choose to show “Private” instead of “Public” exhibitions.