How can Online Gallery help you?

How do you reach art lovers and why should I use Online Gallery? We write stories and create and share cultural and artistic news. With our enthusiastic team, trusting in our own strong network, we will turn your event or news item into a success!

  • It is a good idea because the more than 40,000 unique visitors with 80,000 page views per month are potential art buyers and art lovers.
  • With 33,000 twitter followers, 14,000 Facebook fans, 12,000 LinkedIn connections and 6,000 instagram followers, Online Gallery has a large social reach.
  • Online Gallery sends a monthly newsletter to 8,000 newsletter readers.
  • Draw our readers' attention to your exhibition program and / or your editions and gallery offer.
  • Online Gallery scores very well with SEO in Google and can give good advice in online marketing strategies.
  • Online Gallery was created out of love for art and culture and with this you make a great initiative possible.

For questions please sent an email to info@onlinegallery.art directly. We are ready to answer your questions.

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Women of Allah versus Women of Heart – Iran versus USA reality

11 January - 2020
by Lida Sherafatmand

If Georgia O’Keeffe the American female painter represented a heart of the USA, I am an Iranian female painter representing a heart of Iran. Georgia O’Keeffe carries the soul of a nation while bringing attention to the beauty and sensuality of...

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Keith Haring mural in Amsterdam Preserved for the future

17 January - 2020
by Vincent Moleveld

The mural by Keith Haring at the Foodcenter in Amsterdam-West will be restored next year. Haring painted the work in 1986, eight years later it disappeared behind a metal facade. During the rediscovery in 2018 the wall painting turned out to be in...

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Photographer Rineke Dijkstra

13 February - 2020
by Vincent Moleveld

Rineke Dijkstra is a Dutch photographer. She lives and works in Amsterdam. Dijkstra has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society, the 1999 Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize (now Deutsche Börse Photography Prize)...

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