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Art Inventory Management

Being a successful, working artist in today’s world seems harder than ever before. The competition is fierce and unforgiving, and you must resort to all means available if you wish to make your art visible to a wider audience and build a strong customer base.

While you as an artist should not hesitate to unleash your creativity and indulge in sheer creation every time you get the chance – you were, after all, born for that – you should also keep in mind there are some shortcuts that could help you improve your collaboration with potential buyers, brands, or appraisers, and not just leave everything to chance. The art inventory management is one of them, but what is that exactly?

Art Inventory management is a common term for numerous ways to sort, organize and track down your artwork anytime, anywhere and is usually accompanied by the use of specialized database software that is developed to help artists keep everything in order.

Managing Your Past Works so You Can Focus on the Future Ones

Can you tell us what happened to that painting you exhibited in 2013? You know, from that…abstract series you did back then?

We thought so. 

Do not get us wrong, we do not blame you for that; we know you are probably too busy finishing your next painting or a sculpture and cannot allow yourself to think about that now and that is completely fine.

However, there is no denying that potential buyers, art collectors, and gallery curators have all grown impatient these days and expect to get a piece of exact information regarding your particular artwork the moment they ask for it. And if you cannot provide the desired information, that can cost you both prospective clients and money.

Now, Art Inventory Management might have been a thing of gallery businesses in the past but now is the right time to tap into all its advantages and make it work for you. With the help of the Art Plug team for Art Inventory Management, of course.

Relying on our service will allow you to focus on your future work without any distractions or consequences – all your existing and prospective buyers will still perceive you as a professional and organized individual because you will make sure they get all the info they need on time. It is a double win.

Leave the Managing to the Art Managers

The Art Plug creative advertising afency knows that artists were born to create. There is no need to be bothered with technicalities when our experienced team for art inventory management that can tidy up your inventory and help you organize and catalog your creations in the best way possible. Sorting out your past works is also beneficial since you will be ready at any moment to present them to a new audience and preferably gain more potential buyers.

Finally, we are experienced with various art inventory software and can assign each and every artwork you ever created with a corresponding number, medium, year, size, value, image and exhibition history, as well as other relevant information. In addition, we can integrate it into your website so that the entries automatically show either in your webshop or other desired section of your site. 

Contact the Art Plug Art Inventory Management Team

If you do not wish to deal with exhausting tasks of classifying the data regarding your art inventory and leave it to the professionals, The Art Plug creative advertising agency will be more than happy to help you with that. As a matter of fact, we can start sorting out your artwork even today. 

Contact us via the form on our website or give us a call right away and we will make sure we get back to you as soon as possible!

About The Curator: Marcel Katz

Miami native Marcel Katz is an art dealer and agent. Curated under the name, “The Art Plug”, Katz showcases work from emerging and established artists of many different styles. Katz is known for his impact in connecting artists and creating experimental showcases for people of all demographics to indulge in.

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Wherever there is art, there is The Art Plug, and our dedication is visible through the countless number of incredible relationships we have formed and developed.  The art industry is healthier than ever, and our contributions through immersive experiences and collaborations are creating a movement unlike anything before it. There is no task too big and no platform too wild for us to visualize.