Does the written side of your visual art business give you nightmares?
Writing artist statements, exhibition descriptions, residency and funding applications, to say nothing of blogposts, newsletters, and press releases can consume a large chunk of time and make us feel stressed.
Yet artists who journal regularly have a huge advantage. We have a ready-made source of written material to draw on!
The Day One journal app for iOS and Mac is my go-to tool for documenting my creative practice - and it could be for you too.
UPDATE: This app is no longer available. See other Apps for Artists.
Images we don't want, from people we don't follow.
Pinterest is forcing artists to find new ways to promote and discover exciting art. Is ArtStack a viable alternative?
Similar to Pinterest but focussed only on art, ArtStack seems like the perfect fit for entrepreneurial artists seeking the attention of art enthusiasts, collectors, galleries and other artists.
Looking for ways to make the business side of your art life more productive and more fun?
These three new apps for OSX and iOS could be just what you need.
At ARCOmadrid 2015: ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO Untitled
from Codificacoes Matericas series, 1995 acrylic on paper, 41 × 52 cm
If you're serious about your art career, keeping up with the contemporary art world is essential. But it's not always easy.
A new online tool now makes it simple for both artists and collectors to stay abreast of the latest exhibitions and fairs. (Especially for those of us in countries like Spain where information can vary from sketchy to non-existent.)