exhibit-E is the leading provider of websites for the art world.
New: Night Gallery
The new Night Gallery website reflects the gallery's artist-driven program, which was the initial impulse for opening in 2010, and continues to be central to its identity as it has expanded internationally.
Pictured: Mira Dancy, Installation view, "Cardinal Red", 2018
New: Lehmann Maupin
The newly redesigned Lehmann Maupin website is visually stunning, mobile friendly, easy to navigate, and poised to cultivate a wider audience. Catherine Opie, "The Modernist", is on view at the gallery's New York, W 24 Street location through January 12, 2019.
Pictured: Catherine Opie, "Artist #1, The Modernist", (detail), 2016
Independent is a unique model for an art fair, more aligned with a curated forum or curated platform. When they asked exhibit-E to implement a new look for the fair, with a new website and new graphic standards, of course we went all out!
Manage Your Inventory
galleryManager is the simplest way to manage your artworks and contacts online. Accessible from any computer or mobile device, galleryManager brings the future of inventory and collections management to the art world today.
New From exhibit-E
Sophisticated and functionally robust, our new "responsive design" collageTemplate™ website's are built on our new Collage platform—designed for leaner budgets and the fast pace of the art world.
Our Book: The Art World and the World Wide Web
212 page publication, with essays on the World Wide Web and the Art World; Mobile Responsive Design websites; Web-Based Gallery Management; and interviews with gallerists, and artists. Published by exhibit-E ©2014.
exhibit-E is a unique design and technology firm that has taken a leadership role in providing websites for the art world. exhibit-E websites are designed for in-house maintenance, so your gallery staff can make all on-going content revisions to all areas of your website without having to understand HTML. All of our clients experience exhibit-E as freedom. Freedom to make changes, revisions and additions anytime. There are no limitations to how much information you can put into your exhibit-E website. With exhibit-E you control time and cost. With an infrastructure that is easy to navigate and appropriate to the day-to-day business needs of galleries, exhibit-E is the perfect complement to your gallery promotional objectives and daily administrative needs. All this with a design that can match your existing gallery identity—or we can create a custom design to your specifications.
The studio at 601 West 26th Street, New York, NY in the heart of the Chelsea art district
California / Florida / New York
New York / London
Marianne Boesky Gallery
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Bronx, New York
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
Cheim & Read
The Willem de Kooning Foundation
Zurich / St. Moritz / Zug
Richard Gray Gallery
Green Art Gallery
Howard Greenberg Gallery
Hall Art Foundation
Helen Frankenthaler Foundation
New York / Geneva
Ray Johnson Estate
Kayne Griffin Corcoran
David LaChapelle Studio
Galeria Javier Lopez
Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation
Anthony Meier Fine Arts
David Nolan Gallery
Outsider Art Fair
Pleasantville, New York
Gordon Parks Foundation
Andrea Rosen Gallery
Santa Monica, CA
Leslie Sacks Gallery
New York / St. Moritz
Other Notable Sites
Singapore / Shanghai / New York
St. Helena, California
The Restaurant at Meadowood
St. Helena, California
The Napa Valley Reserve
St. Helena, California
Meadowood Napa Valley
A gallery's website should provide a host of capabilities and content designed to strengthen the bond between the art-loving public and gallery, including utilizing social media activities to create bigger networks and channel the gallery's influence to a broader audience.
The gallery opened its first space at 142 Greene Street, SoHo, in 1975. In September 2010, Sperone Westwater inaugurated a new Foster + Partners designed building at 257 Bowery in New York.
Unique to this website, Prince has included glimpses of his own extensive collection of art, books and stuff in general, lending the site the air of a work in progress.
Matthew Marks Gallery
When the gallery approached exhibit-E about creating a new website, they had firm views about the kind of user experience they were after.
What We Do
Websites for the art world
We believe great design has lasting value and builds equity over time. With over 25 years of experience in the art world, exhibit-E has established unique expertise, which has been a great advantage for successfully filtering client 'need' into intelligent design. Guided by a rigorous pursuit of design excellence, our goal is to integrate two great impulses: the impulse to make things work and the impulse to make them beautiful.
Our development team brings a vast depth of experience to all aspects of web-application architecture and development, and forward thinking architecture practices. Our experience working with galleries, dealers, collectors and artists for over 16 years, has given us insider knowledge of what galleries expect from a web development partner, what galleries need, and how they use their website. Rational and precise development processes help us apply that knowledge back into the product.
Secure and redundant
Hosting is essential to our on-going commitment to delivering not only the best designed websites, but the most reliable and secure websites. Client databases are encrypted and backed up in multiple locations to prevent corruption and data-loss. We provide secure login for all our website administration and products, and our hosting includes access to our exhibit-E software, which allows our clients to update and maintain their website in-house from anywhere online.
Tools and Features
The business of art has gone digital and websites are at the center of every gallery's online strategy. From Mobile Responsive Design websites, e-nnouncements, and custom e-Newsletters, e-commerce, Search Engine Optimization, Private Client Rooms, and Google Analytics Site Traffic Reports, we have the tools to support the galleries online strategy and keep our clients future facing. Don't hesitate to contact us to see how we can help you.
Tel (212) 625-9910
Web-based gallery Inventory management
galleryManager™ by exhibit-E developed from the idea that we could reduce the headaches that we found many of our clients experienced with existing gallery inventory management software. Designed to replace those systems, galleryManager is a web-based solution for tracking everything from your contacts and transactions to artwork, invoices and purchase orders. Checking the ownership history or provenance. Instantly updating appraisals and cataloguing. Knowing the cost of photographing, framing, hanging, restoration, shipping and insurance from anywhere online. And, galleryManager integrates with our websites so you can push artworks to your website seamlessly, and manage both systems from the same dashboard. For more information don't hesitate to contact us or visit our website:
Tel (212) 625-9910
Tools and Templates
Sophisticated and functionally robust, our new Collage template websites are designed for leaner budgets and the fast pace of the art world. Now we can design and launch a great looking gallery website quickly and cost effectively. Also our websites integrate with galleryManager, our web based inventory management system, so you can manage both systems from the same dashboard. Here are a few samples of exhibit-E's new Collage template websites:
Publications and Systems Design for galleries
When tasked with creating a gallery identity system concurrent with a gallery website, we work with our sister firm, Dan Miller Design. DMD has over 25 years experience in the art world creating award winning catalogs, books and broad-based design solutions for a range of clients including Gagosian Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery, The Brant Foundation, Metro Pictures, Paul Kasmin Gallery to name a few. Don't hesitate to contact DMD for print design estimates or to further discuss your needs.
The Art World and the World Wide Web
Written for art world insiders, this book is meant to be a guide to using the World Wide Web as an essential tool for doing business in the global art market. It is a 212 page publication, with essays on the World Wide Web and the Art World; Mobile Responsive Design websites, and the Tablet; Web-Based Gallery Management; and interviews with gallerists, and artists. Published by exhibit-E ©2014.