Frieze London has come and gone, and we can’t help but reminisce. It was a particularly wonderful year with our best version of ArtBinder yet, glorious weather, and happy clients! We loved catching up with clients old and new during one of our favorite weeks of the year. Between Frieze Art Fair, Frieze Masters, 1:54 […]

ArtBinder, Primer

Encapsulating an artist and their work is no easy task, and when one is forced to do this in a short, sweet manner—on the floor of a fair, during a fast-paced call, or, god forbid, in the space of an elevator ride—the challenge grows bigger still. When it comes to the gritty, breakneck primer, where does […]

The ARTxTECH space is growing faster than you can refresh your browser, but the team at The Clarion List will make sure managing your art collection is a breeze. Founded by former Christie’s executives Jessica Paindiris and Gaia Banovich, The Clarion List’s mission is to be your real time research associate to provide insight and real reviews on all services related to art. […]

We go to dozens of art fairs every year, but there’s something about Art Basel that still makes us giddy. The office is buzzing with excitement because today marks the official count down! We’re two weeks away from Art Basel!    Are you ready for Basel?   Relax…you have ArtBinder!   While we’re gearing up for […]

Sebastian Vallejo uses the term “paramnesia”  to identify a mental condition in which the connection between memory and a sense of words is lost. This, combined with fantasy, poetry and deja-vu, serves as a starting point in which Vallejo articulates his artistic anxieties. His newest exhibition at Antiguo Arsenal de la Marina Española  offers a panoramic […]

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An art gallery intern can be a godsend – if you find the right match. Galleries benefit from the multi-tasking, priority-balancing genius that interns can provides across gallery needs and projects. “But how do I find said amazing interns?” Glad you asked. You can take it from us – every year, we find the smartest and hardest working […]

You’ve made it. You’re an accomplished collector, a prominent gallery director, a renowned artist. There’s artwork practically dripping off the walls of your home/gallery/studio and suddenly you’re hit with an unavoidable truth – Where are you going to put all this stuff? As much as we would like to cover the walls/windows/tables/desks/chairs/etc of the ArtBinder […]

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Those native to the gallery orbit know well the importance of collector engagement. While most anyone can issue rote monologues on their institutional ethos and stable of artists, sending clients slipping into R.E.M. in their armchairs, it takes a certain finesse to establish direct person-to-person connections and clearly communicate ideals. We could never hope to teach this conversational art (it is something, […]

What weekend gallery openings are you going to be talking about in the office come Monday? Well, after getting a glimpse into the oeuvre of Anton van Dalen at Sargent’s Daughters (that was the May 18th, wasn’t it?), you took Thursday night to loop back to the East Side and catch Justine Hill’s wildly contoured canvases at Denny […]

Why are we headed to Art Busan? Because, here at ArtBinder, the hustle never stops. Even though our Frieze fair coverage feels like it ended all of 5 minutes ago, we jetted off to check out Art Fair Tokyo last week. Before we head home, we have one more, long awaited stop. Art Busan is […]