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Embedding SandboxGallery into your website

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Embedding SandboxGallery into your website

By admin 28/05/14

How to transform a two-dimensional slideshow into a three-dimensional exhibition With online presence being important like never before (read about it here), artists’ websites are increasingly becoming key factors in their success strategies. Nevert…

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The Artist-Curator: From Parisian Restaurants to the Digital Age

By admin 13/05/14

The problem of finding gallery representation as a visual artist is an old one. Since the rise of the private gallery system in the nineteenth century, artists have often been forced to devise creative responses when faced with limited space or skep…

 
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Embedding SandboxGallery into your website

How to transform a two-dimensional slideshow into a three-dimensional exhibition

With online presence being important like never before (read about it here), artists’ websites are increasingly becoming key factors in their success strategies. Nevertheless, most of the websites in their current state are not capable of offering a satisfactory and effective way for artists to showcase their art online. Two-dimensional slideshows are too far away from the experience that actual artworks in space, in dialogue with each other, can deliver to visitors. And even outside the landscape of exhibiting, in the art market where artworks are more likely to be considered individually, galleries and auction houses are starting to use rudimentary methods to preview the artworks in space (check the “raumansicht” of international gallery Lumas).

In addition to being a curatorial and planning tool, SandboxGallery is also a powerful self-marketing tool for artists, created with the newest aspects of online marketing in mind. With just a few clicks, anybody can give a fresh look to his or her website, while at the same time providing visitors with an experience as close as possible to a real visit, but from the comfort of their couch or desk.

 

Embedding your exhibition in your website is as easy as it gets:

- Just enter your exhibition, click the 2014-05-20_10h58_13  button and the publishing dialogue will open.

- On top of the dialogue there is a handy “Embed in your website” button. Click it and let it copy the embedding code.

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- Paste the code in your webpage and do any necessary fine adjustments.

 

That’s it: transforming your two-dimensional slideshow into a three-dimensional exhibit of your artworks is as easy as 3 steps.

In addition, with some advanced knowledge of web-development, SandboxGallery also offers an archive of past exhibitions and a 2D catalogue of exhibited artworks, as is already implemented on the personal profile page for every exhibition and artist. Contact us to directly receive a detailed document explaining how to do this.

 

Here some examples of SandboxGallery embedded into websites:

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Coalmine in it’s upcoming new website

 

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One of the exhibition of Photobastei

 

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SandboxGallery in the website of Swiss born photographer Benno Gut

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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