Founded in 2011 AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS is a conduit of taste, and an online database of non-represented art.
The observation of contemporary art exists primarily in the context of the market, located at the opposite end of artistic creativity. Through the fusion of art history and art criticism, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS serves as an archive, document, and resource of the strongest non-represented art vis-à-vis New York City.
Updated regularly, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS contains individual artist archives; each provides you with information about an artist, images of artwork in the studio, and direct contact with the artist.AS |ARTISTS STUDIOS is an online database of the strongest non-represented art in New York City greater metropolitan area and Paris, France.
AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS continues to create a space in which one can view art that is less accessible.
2019 brings the launch of AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS Projects that features art exhibitions, book design, website design as well as publishing, archival, curatorial and estate assistance.
On September 18th, 2017 AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS launched an Artist Invite collaboration with Ello.co called @ Studio.
In 2016, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS celebrated 5 years.
In September 2015, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS expanded its reach through the AS | US residency program to artists who live and work in communities located outside the greater New York metropolitan area. AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS accepts artists to AS | US based upon the quality of their work.
In February 2015 and 2016, Jill Conner of AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS reviewed portfolios for the College Art Association of America’s Annual Conference both years.
On May 11, 2013, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS received a write-up on Artsy.net by Harry Weil. Read more here.
In September 2011, AS | ARTISTS STUDIOS launched as a database of non-represented art vis-à-vis New York City that seeks to create an online space in which one can view art that is less accessible than art created by represented artists.
Ongoing gratitude to the following organizations: 3 Walls, 33 Orchard, 440 Gallery, Allouche Gallery, Art OMI, ArtForum, ArtRabbit, Artsy, Artvoices, Berry Campbell Gallery, Boog City Poetry, Brooklyn Art Space, CATM, Central Booking, Centre for Social Innovation, Ceres Gallery, The College Art Association, ConArtist New York, CUE Art Foundation, The CultureLP, Dorsky Curatorial Programs, Drawing Now Paris, The Drawing Center, E.R. Butler & Co., Ello, Epic Epoch, Equity Gallery, Field Projects, Forbes Magazine, The French Embassy Cultural Services, Gertrude, Google, Guest of a Guest, James Cohan Gallery, Jonathan Goodman, Guerlain, Hackers on the Runway, Ideas That Do Good, Juxtapoz Magazine, Ryan Keeley, Lazy Susan Gallery, LMCC, Leonia Sculpture Park, Les Enfants de Bohème, LVMH, Marlborough Chelsea, Jason McCoy Gallery, NARS, NADA, Nancy Margolis Gallery, Manhattan Arts International, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New York Public Library, The New York Times, The New Yorker, National September 11 Memorial & Museum, New York Artists Equity, New York Magazine, New York Review of Books, Parsons New School of Design, The Phatory, Pratt Brooklyn, Premier Regard, Princeton University, Residency Unlimited, Robin Cembalest, School of Visual Arts, SCOPE Art Fair, SELECT Art Fair, SFMoMA, Smack Mellon, SpoiledNYC, Spring/Break Art Fair, Station Independent Projects, Steven Kasher Gallery, The Roger Smith Hotel, St. Paul's Lutheran Church - Williamsburg, Mike Starosciak, Terra Foundation for American Art - Giverny, TimeOut New York, Trestle Gallery, TriBeCa Art + Culture Night, Salon Révélations at the Grand Palais in Paris, Verni, Wall Street Journal, The Wassaic Project, Whitehot Magazine, Whitewall Magazine, Wondereur, Yaddo and Zürcher Gallery.