Exploring our Trends tools

Helping to make the most of our wealth of data. Have you ever played around with our Trends tools? We’ve introduced them in the past, but we wanted to remind you just how helpful (and fun) they can be to use. Our “Trends” page show’s you the exact rankings of…

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Transgender and Non-binary artists to celebrate.

Offering our overdue attention. We’ve discussed artists from all corners of the globe, we’ve featured galleries we love, artists rising in recognition, and ranking, and we’ve highlighted the raging gender inequalities in the art world. But there is one particularly fundamental group, who feels the bite of inequality more than…

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Ukrainian Artists and Institutions.

Today we shall explore some of the great artists and institutions that belong to Ukraine. How many of these institutions will exist when the battles are over is a question we’d rather not consider – The Museum of Local History in Ivankiv, with a treasured collection of works by folk artist Maria…

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Gallery and Artist relationships.

It’s Madrid Art Week currently – we hope everyone attending and involved is having a great time. This year, ARCO Madrid dedicated a section to the “essential relationship between galleries and their artists” who partnered in early years of ARCO. Taking this idea as a starting point, we will look at the…

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It’s update time…

It’s always a pleasure to inform you about new features that the Artfacts team has developed. These tiny updates really can make a big difference. This week, the big news is the improvement in the profile edit/upload section, which includes four new features. Spotlight ImageAsk, and you shall receive: Finally, all artists…

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Ever used Artfacts for getting insight in the fashion world?

The myriad forms of art that can be found on Artfacts are understandably diverse; from the traditional modes of painting and sculpture, to photography, video and installation, to design, performance, sound art, and fashion. As our understanding of art is constantly shifting, the question as to where it’s boundaries exist…

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Find out about some of the smallest countries listed on Artfacts.

As a large, and very wealthy country, the United States, as expected, has significant cultural activity: Artfacts lists over 7,500 cultural institutions for the US. France too, makes a lasting impression: you can find almost 3,600 galleries, museums, non-profits, festivals or biennials listed there. Understanding what we know about these larger lands; how…

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