So you were an art history student. You’re entering the art world but have only ever experienced ~art~ as defined by academia. Gone are the days of chugging coffee on the way to a 10 am seminar while skimming a Walter Benjamin reading to find something smart to say in class. Life used to revolve […]

Hello, art lovers! ArtBinder’s Gallery Profile series is back, this time featuring Lower East Side rockstar yours mine & ours. In case you’d forgotten, we’re using the summer downtime to catch up with some of our favorite emerging galleries in New York and get their perspective on the ever-changing art world. For our latest installment, […]

How to create a gallery newsletter

If you are an artist or work in an art gallery, you know how important newsletters can be. According to the 2017 Hiscox Online Art Trade Report, online art market sales reached an estimated $3.75 billion in 2016, up 15% from 2015. With this rise in the online art market, using online marketing strategies has […]

NYC Gallery space Deli Gallery

It’s a volatile time in the NYC gallery world. Small galleries are having a tough time of it as gallery giants like Pace and Gagosian grow and as the relentless cycle of month-to-month art fairs sets a high-pressure, expensive rhythm that’s difficult for smaller operations to maintain. At ArtBinder, we’re using the summer lull to […]

  Are you trying to keep up with all things art but struggling to get a grasp of what’s currently happening in the art world? Read up! If you are new to the art world or just trying to impress a date, here are a few things you can do to start keeping up with […]

Ah, art fairs. Depending on how you look at it, they are either a) an exciting gathering of artistic individuals and institutions that allow new artists to rise and the art market to thrive, or b) they’re a party that you’re only *sort of* invited to, with lots of people that already know each other […]

You’ve been sleeping on one of America’s hidden gem museums: it’s a little spot in Washington with a lot of security and a collection of 50,000 American art objects. It’s called – wait for it – The White House.   The White House, in addition to being the setting of the juiciest scenes in Veep, […]

Art Basel has finally come to an end and we’ve compiled our observations from the week long festivities. You probably saw at least one of each of these art world personas because we know we saw dozens. We’ll break it down: The Tribeca mom A tried and true art lover who manages to make a […]

You know your sign and your Myers-Briggs. Now it’s time to ask the important questions: which piece of work by the Old Masters are you? Do you belong in the Louvre or in lost in someone’s attic?   If you don’t know what we’re talking about, here’s a little 411: the Old Masters are a group […]

I said NOW, cowgirl. ART Isn’t that why you’ve even heard of Marfa, after all? Get your gram of the Prada storefront and goggle at the Judd concrete that started it all, but don’t stop there. The Indie/Jacobs Gallery, exhibitions2d and Ballroom Marfa are just a few of Marfa’s incredible art spaces, each with its […]