Artsy for Museums
- Cour Napoléon et pyramide © 2013 Musée du Louvre / Olivier Ouadah
- Jacques-Louis David: The Farewell of Telemachus and Eucharis, 1818. Getty Trust Content Program
- Untitled [Cunningham dancers], 1961 © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Showcasing exciting exhibitions every day
Make sure art lovers discover your shows alongside thousands of spectacular museum and gallery exhibitions in New York, Paris, London, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Mexico City, and more in our searchable shows listing.
Share images for learning with The Art Genome Project
Collaborate with us to share 800,000+ images of world art with the public. The Art Genome Project creates associations between artists and artworks so that experts and non-experts alike can easily discover your collections with over 1,000 categories ("genes") like "Abstract Expressionism," "Splattered/Dripped," "Portrait," and "Eye Contact."
Reach a global audience of more than 2.2 million unique art lovers per month
Promote shows and collections on your dedicated page
Create an elegant page for your institution so that users can follow you and be automatically notified of any new shows and works you upload. High-resolution images are protected with invisible watermarks by Digimarc, right-click disabled, and download disabled.
Directly manage your page on Artsy
It is free for nonprofits to promote your Shows and Collections. Use our cloud-based Content Management System (CMS) to update your page 24/7 and receive analytics via email each month. You may also opt to use our “Shop” feature to list limited editions and original artworks for sale to benefit your organization. Contact us about our special plans for nonprofit sellers.
Passionate museum experts dedicated to fostering access to art
The Artsy institutions team is dedicated to building an encyclopedic database and fostering free online access to world art. Every partner works with an Artsy team member to help you promote your organization to Artsy's international audience of art lovers, students, and patrons of the arts.