The Artling is the world’s leading resource for Asian Contemporary Art & Design. We have established ourselves as a reputable online gallery, working with some of the top galleries and artists in the region helping them sell art online to a world of art lovers and collectors.
We make it easy for you to sell your original work to a global audience through our online gallery and art advisory service. We also help you with the promotion and branding of your artwork.
· Increase your online exposure - reach a global audience actively looking to buy art online
· Listing is free – we just charge a commission on artworks sold
· It allows you to be part of a leading platform that showcases the best of Asian contemporary art and design
· Exclusive artist features on The Artling Artzine
· Promotion to our extensive social media following on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
· An offline avenue for sales through inclusion in our Art Advisory proposals to private and corporate clients
· The Artling team on hand to support you every step of the way!
In order to join us as an Artist, Designer or Gallery, you must receive an invite from our team, or complete the Submission form on the website - joining is free! Upon completing the Submission form, you will be notified of the status of your application. If accepted, you will receive details on how to login to your Artling Seller account to start uploading your items!
Click here to begin: List with Us
Terms & Conditions
You can find our Terms & Conditions here.
Once you are accepted as a Seller on The Artling, you will receive instructions to login to your dedicated Seller’s Portal, where you can manage your Profile and Items directly on the website.
· Fill out our form to submit your works for listing on The Artling
· Once your submission is accepted, upload your profile and works to the website
· Sell your works to a community of art lovers and collectors around the world
Creating Your Profile
· Login to your Seller Account
· Change or Reset Your Password
· Update your Seller Profile and contact Information
Photographing your Work
· Use a DSLR or SLR camera to capture high-resolution images of your works. We have a zoom function on the website, so the better your images are, the better your chances of selling are!
Click here for our image upload guidelines
Uploading your Work
· You may upload your artworks, design items, or prints via the Products page in your Seller Portal
· Fill in your product's information
· Note: If you’re uploading a new product, you will need to complete each section before moving to the next.
· When you're done, click on the 'Submit for Approval' button.
Need more help on uploading your works? Click here for our Seller FAQ on uploading your products.
How to Price your Artwork
The pricing of your work is a very important aspect of your career as an artist. You should be able to clearly explain to anyone asking the reason for your artworks’ pricing. The pricing of your work is a very important aspect of your career as an artist. You should be able to clearly explain to anyone asking the reason for your artworks’ pricing.
Here are some things to consider:
· Look at your peers’ artworks in similar media and see how your prices compare.
· Have your works been included in exhibitions before?
· Have you won art awards or prizes recently?
· Consider the cost of your materials.
· Is your artwork a Unique Work or an Editioned Work?
· Lastly, make sure you include The Artling’s commission in the price you upload to the website.
If you’re still unsure, get in touch with our team here who can provide further advice.
Technical Trouble – How to Troubleshoot
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When selling art online, it’s important to tell the story behind your work. What inspired you to create the piece? Include details on where the work has been exhibited previously. All this information helps the buyer understand more about you, the artist, as well as the work they are considering.
Artist Best Practices
Fill out your Artist Profile with as much information as you can. Have an artist biography that can be easily read and understood, with key details on your academic background and past exhibitions.
Once you start uploading your works, we recommend that you regularly update your Profile. Upload new works to the website, and mark unavailable works as Sold where relevant.
Promoting Your Profile
Please share your Artling Artist Profile on your website or social media once published!
Social Media Marketing
The Artling has a strong following of art lovers across all our social media platforms. We will tag you where possible, and do also use the hashtag #theartling and tag us in your posts as well!
The Artling Artzine regularly features our artists and designers. Send us press releases of upcoming exhibitions, or upload images of your studio onto your profile and we will see how we can feature them on our Artzine and social media platforms.
For Artists, Designers & Galleries
1. Customer Registers Interest in Your Item:
You will receive an automatic email notifying you about the customer's request for the shipping cost of your item to their address
2. Provide Shipping Cost:
You will need to provide an accurate shipping cost (with transit insurance) from the item location to the buyer's address. The customer will then decide if they would like to proceed with their purchase.
3. Condition Check:
If the customer confirms their purchase, you will be notified through email to submit the images of the item before and after packing for our condition check in your Seller Portal.
4. Ship the Item to the Customer's Address:
After the condition check is completed, you will be notified via email and will then need to ship the item and the Certificate of Authenticity to the customer's address.
Please use a professional art handler or recognised local or international courier to ship the item to their address, and submit the shipment's tracking details through your Seller Portal.
Please click here to check out our full FAQ on what happens when you sell your work.
For Artists Who Are Eligible for Drop Shipping
1. Customer Purchases Your Artwork:
You will receive an automatic email notifying you about the customer's incoming order of your artwork.
2. Artwork Condition Check:
You will be notified through email to submit the images of the artwork before and after packing for our condition check. These images will need to be submitted in your Seller Portal.
3. Schedule the Pickup of Your Artwork:
After the condition check is completed, you will be notified via email to schedule a pickup and generate a shipping label for the artwork in your Seller Portal.
4. Generate and Print Your Shipping Label:
You will then need to download and print the shipping label and attach it to your package. You will receive an email from us notifying you that the pickup has been scheduled.
5. Collection of Your Artwork:
Our shipping handler will collect the package on your chosen date and time. You will need to be present at your pickup location during the pickup time. After your artwork has been picked up, you then may prepare and submit your invoice in your Seller Portal for our processing. For more details on payment, please click here.
Please click here to check out our full FAQ on drop shipping.
For Artists with Open Edition Prints
1. You will receive an automatic email notification informing you of the incoming order of your print.
2. Send the high-resolution file of your work for us to organise printing
Taxes should be billed directly to the client, or if shipped to Singapore, to ‘The Artling Pte Ltd’. Artists and Designers do not need to cover any import taxes when shipping into a foreign country.
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