SPECIALIST SEARCH ENGINE FOR BRITISH CONTEMPORARY ART
Added: (Tue Oct 30 2001)
Pressbox (Press Release) -
ArtSearchUK.org was created more out of sheer frustration with conventional search engines than for any good commercial reason. This new service is aimed at journalists, artists, collectors, dealers, galleries, students, academics or anyone interested in contemporary art in the UK. From its continual analysis of the best, most important British websites, ArtSearchUK.org is able to find relevant, web-based information, fast.
On ArtSearchUK.org users can now find results from the most authoritative sites in the country plus many useful and interesting sites not listed on general search engines and or in web directories. If there is a good site that may not have been covered, they want to hear about it: firstname.lastname@example.org
ArtSearch.org was established by former London gallery director, Peter Chater. "Like many of our clients we found it impossible to discover any useful information on the internet. We wanted to establish a new benchmark of high quality, free information for the art world. ArtSearchUK.org is a unique and very valuable information tool which I hope people will enjoy using."
ArtSearchUK is created by staff at Artlogic Media Ltd. Artlogic has been working with major artists, leading galleries and arts organisations for over ten years providing design, information management and website solutions. Clients range from individuals or small businesses to multinational companies and public bodies, such as The Film Council (hosting/website maintenance) and The British Council (developing and hosting many database web projects). Please visit our website for more details http://www.artlogic.net/
Now, for anyone seeking information on contemporary British artists, exhibitions galleries, courses, resources and funding, ArtSearchUK.org is the first place to look. See for yourself at http://www.artsearchuk.org/
For further information contact:
David Hooper, Director
Tel: 020 7223 5363
Fax: 020 7207 6667