Unlike other online art shops or e-commerce platforms, The Exhibit allows you to exhibit artworks which are not for sale. These maybe artworks which you just don’t want to part with, have already promised someone or artworks which have already sold but which you want to exhibit again. Not For Sale artworks won’t display any price tag and are not available for visitors to purchase during your exhibition.
If you are on our Free Independent Artist and Curator Plan, up to 50% of your exhibition can be made up of ‘Not for Sale’ artworks. This, however, means that at least the other half of your exhibition will need to be available for purchase. We want to avoid your followers and art lovers feeling like they are missing out because they can’t buy any of your beautiful artworks!
Note, if you change an artworks status from For Sale to Not for Sale once your exhibition has opened, The Exhibit charges an Artwork Status Edit Fee as a fraud protection measure. So we recommend that when you list an artwork for sale that it remains for sale during your exhibition opening dates (unless it sells of course!). Please see our Exhibitor Policy here for more information about Artwork Sales Status Editing Fees.
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- How to format your exhibition and artwork images
- How to write exhibition and artwork descriptions
- How to set Opening and Closing Dates for your exhibition
- Guide to adding video content to your exhibition
- Guide to holding Online and Offline exhibitions at the same time
- How to price your artwork on The Exhibit
- Revenue Share Guide for Artists and Curators
- How to define shipping destinations, prices and dispatch your artwork
- Publishing your exhibition live
- How to promote your online exhibition
- How payouts work when an artwork sells
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