Led by Artvisor’s COO Nico Epstein, this intensive four-part course offers students the opportunity to develop an understanding of avenues for success in the online art world. It will offer an introduction to key players and systems that operate in the current online ecosystem for contemporary art.
Each day addresses a certain vital component of the online contemporary art world, and the type of businesses that operate within it. Students will leave the programme with a thorough understanding of how various online businesses function independently, and in conjunction with others.
The course will conclude with a description of the most recent developments in the online contemporary art marketplace, providing insights for potential career paths in the field. It has an added focus on the way in which the COVID-19 pandemic has, and will continue, to alter the landscape of the art world.
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Image: KMGFXF London, UK. 7 December 2017. Artist Jonathan Yeo presents his work “Homage to Paolozzi”, 2017, created using Google’s Tilt Brush virtual reality software (shown on his mobile phone) at the preview of “From Life”, a special exhibition at the Royal Academy examining what making art from life has meant to artists throughout history and how the practice has evolved as technology opens up new ways of creating artworks. Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News