How To/Showcase: Presenting work no.1

For many artists a website is their most important gallery.

It’s the first place many people encounter their work and where they can tell us about their creative process, so it’s really important they get it right.

If you’re thinking of developing your own digital space in the future, why not learn from these artists below?

Tauba Auerbach

This site is super simple, it’s all about the typography! Tauba uses painting, photography and sculpture to create conceptual or abstract graphic art.

Discover Tauba’s site:

Petra Cortright

Keep scrolling! Petra works across video, painting and digital media.

Take a look at Petra’s site:

Gerhard Richter

We love the masses of content from this master German artist.

Get lost in Gerard’s website:

Wim Delvoye

Wim Delvoye’s cartoon town is an inventive example of an artist’s website. It looks very different visually to the pieces he produces as a conceptual artist, but it certainly introduces some of the themes he explores!

Experience Wim’s website:

David Hockney

Nothing ground breaking on the design, just a really clear way to explore the breadth of Mr Hockney’s work as a visual artist. There’s a great visual biography on there too.

Explore David’s website:

Rafaël Rozendaal

Dutch-Brazilian visual artist Rafaël Rozendaal has actually sold his websites as art works to collectors – really! The internet is his playground and his work spans across installations, lectures, websites and haiku.

Interact with Rafael’s website:

Ed Rushca

Get lost in some great images from this master of 60’s cool.
Check out his work across painting, printmaking, drawing, photography and film.

Travel through Ed’s website:

Jeremy Deller

Jeremy Deller’s website presents loads of content from this continiously inventive artist.

Enjoy Jeremy’s site:

So we’ve given you some pointers, now’s your chance to find more examples of artists getting it right online.

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