FAQ - How Artists Appear in ArtSlant


The ArtSlant contemporary art network is designed to connect and archive the professional activities of artists.  This network provides an historical database for current and future reference for galleries, museums, artists, curators and other arts professionals, as well as collectors and buyers.

I found my ArtSlant Profile through Google.  How did my name get entered into ArtSlant?

Whenever a gallery, museum, curator, artist or other individual enters an exhibit into the ArtSlant system, there is a record created that links the relevant artist(s) - venue(s) - event(s).  This architecture has been developed with the arts community in mind.

Through this feature, each artist and venue receives an ArtSlant Professional Profile page which is searchable by Google and other search engines.  The Profile page has archived the exhibition data and links all three together.

Claim your existing Profile

These Profile pages can be claimed by the artist or venue under our Basic Membership.  Claiming your Profile allows you full editing and adding rights on your page. You can take advantage of the global reach that ArtSlant offers each artist or art professional.

To claim your Profile, please refer to our relevant FAQ.

If you have further questions about material on your Profile, please email

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