Who can exhibit on The Exhibit?

Who can exhibit on The Exhibit?

The Exhibit is a truly open exhibition platform for all artists, curators, commercial dealer galleries and cultural institutions.

No matter if you’re an arts student, a freelance curator, an established commercial gallery or renowned cultural institution, you don’t have to be invited or meet certain criteria to exhibit.

Our vision at The Exhibit is to remove the current barriers artists, curators, dealer galleries and cultural institutions face when exhibiting by providing an open digital exhibition platform which is global, significantly reduces the costs of exhibiting, facilitates social sharing and allows for new ways of artistic and curatorial collaboration.

If you’re worried about your artworks, objects and exhibitions getting lost on such an open platform, don’t be. We’ve designed The Exhibit in a way that allows each exhibition to be independent in and of itself with its own ‘Entry Page’ and unique URL. This means when you send your unique exhibition link out to your network (social media followers, email subscribers, interested collectors, and offline visitors) they can come direct to your individual exhibition on The Exhibit, without needing to navigate through our network to find it. This also means they won’t necessarily see any other exhibitions apart from yours on the platform unless they decide to browse and search for other exhibitions after visiting yours.

And even though each exhibition is unique, just by being on The Exhibit you are benefiting from our network of exhibitors and their followers who often move from one exhibition to another and can potentially discover an interest in your exhibitions too.

You can find out more about how to promote and share your unique exhibition URL here.

NB: The Exhibit currently supports exhibitors located in these countries: Australia, New Zealand, USA, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Italy, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. More countries will be added in time.