ArtSpotter is an Internet ‘smart map’ that invites users to share their art discoveries using social networks. TB&I spoke to founder Raphaëlle Heaf about the site.
What does ArtSpotter do?
ArtSpotter is an Internet database of galleries, exhibitions and street art on a map that allows you to discover and engage with galleries all over the world.
Users can sign up directly or via Facebook and it’s completely free. You can also share your discoveries on Twitter and Facebook, promote your shows or explore art in different cities. We include everything from street art and pop-up shops to open studios, not just the galleries and main museums.
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