Online forum offers access to art world professionals

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SUBMIT NOW for Round 3 reviews with gallerist Brian Clamp from Clampart in New York City
75 Prospect Park SW
NY, 11215

Submit by December 21st for opportunity to have your work reviewed by Brian Clamp of Clampart in New York.
Ten artists selected each round from submissions.
$20 registration fee to cover costs.
Permanent inclusion in ArtVetting archive.

CALL TO ARTISTS! Submit your work by December 21 for the opportunity to be
reviewed by gallerist Brian Clamp, owner of Clampart in New York., launched in August 2012, is introducing a new concept to the art world. An online forum where artists can access some of the critical market makers and taste makers who appreciate and understand the subtle workings that comprise the business of the art world. Each month we invite artists to register ($20 fee to cover costs) and upload five samples of their work plus a CV and 250 word artist statement. From these submissions we curate a group of ten artists who will be vetted (reviewed) by an art world professional.

Round One was vetted by Hudson, owner of Feature Inc., gallery on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Known for his uncompromised championing of new art (Koons, Murakami and many others) Hudson's comments were described by the ten selected artists as instructive, insightful and generous.

Our second group will receive comments from Derek Eller Gallery (UPDATE: we are experiencing a slight delay due to Derek's gallery being flooded by Superstorm Sandy, but we hope to have his reviews by the end of the year.) Reviews by Artvetting principals Lis Ivers and Dan Peyton are already in place.

Round Three will be vetted by Brian Clamp, gallerist and owner of Clampart, a gallery in New York City specializing in modern and contemporary art with an emphasis on photography, mounting ten to fifteen exhibitions per year featuring the work of emerging and mid-career artists., founded by Lis Ivers, formerly a director at Marianne Boesky Gallery, Matthew Marks Gallery and others, and Dan Peyton, fine art photographer, aims to reach out to artists at all levels in order to provide information about how their work is seen by the decision makers who can guide and nurture artistic talent. A resource for artists, collectors and curators, will archive each group of work and over time create a critical mass of reviewed art, critically vetted by the people who are promoting, curating and showing contemporary art in today's market. The site will feature this growing collection alongside the reviews from art world professionals plus blog entries, comments from the artists selected, a featured artists section and information not only about how art world professionals view and consider new art but more importantly how artists can access this challenging and sometimes exclusive world.


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