What Are Artworks?

Modified on Thu, 19 Oct 2023 at 10:40 AM

Artworks are the digital representation of the pieces you want to showcase using ArtPlacer. Artworks are necessary to create room mockups and virtual exhibitions, and to use the Art Fair Planner. If you don’t upload artworks, you won’t be able to start using ArtPlacer’s features. 

You can upload different types of artworks:

  • 2D Artwork: Represents physical pieces such as drawings, paintings, prints, and photographs.  2D artworks can include information about the pieces’ dimensions and the materials used.

  • Video: Represents video pieces. Video artworks can include a public link to the video in Youtube or Vimeo, and information about the display size and the medium used to capture the video (digital, film, or other).

  • Sculpture: Represents sculptures. Sculpture artworks can include information about the medium used to create the piece (3D print, hand sculpting, or other), the materials used, and the pieces’ dimensions.

  • Digital Art: Represents pieces in digital form. Digital artworks can include information about the pieces’ display size and the medium used (design, photography, or other).

All artworks can include information relevant to art enthusiasts, such as:

  • An image that visually represents the piece

  • The title

  • The artist who created it

  • The year in which it was created

  • A price

  • A description of 1000 characters or less 

  • The materials and techniques used to create the piece

  • The primary color palette used

  • The orientation (portrait or landscape)

You can also add tags to artworks to indicate that the piece is part of a collection. Later, you can use collections to filter artworks in the Artworks section.

Additionally, your artworks can include URLs:

  • To a third-party site where art enthusiasts can purchase the piece

  • To a site where potential buyers can view more information

  • To a site where buyers can purchase a non-fungible token (NFT).

Artworks can be public (which means other users can see them on Discover ArtPlacer) or private (only you can see them from the ArtPlacer app). You can change an artwork’s privacy at any time.

All the information you include about artworks can help you find them more easily when browsing the Artworks section.

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