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.ART Odyssey Magazine

Your Ultimate Guide to the Future of Art

Navigate a world where art meets technology, innovation, and therapy. A collectible issue for every creative mind.

Unlock the future of art with .ART Odyssey Magazine

From digital innovation to art therapy, this inaugural issue is your all-access pass to ground-breaking insights, conversations, and guidance you won't find anywhere else. What you'll get:

Interviews with industry leaders like Jerry Saltz and Martha Fiennes

Exploration of cutting-edge topics: NFTs, AI in art, and more

Practical tips: grant writing, artist website essentials, and fundraising


Trusted by the versatile creative community

“.ART is for me the best way to recognise what my business is all about. I love the idea of being unique in each detail of my creative practice, and this one makes truly the difference.”

Naomi Vona

Artist – 

“What I think is very compelling about .ART is that it offers artists like myself a safe space, a domain name, in which you know that your work is absolutely owned by you in terms of registration and documentation.”

Martha Fiennes

Artist and filmmaker –

“.ART is explicit in foregrounding the importance of the content. You come to .ART for a deep dive into creativity and innovation. As the domain space heats up with a plethora of options, it's important to have a clear identity.”

Steve Miller

Artist –

“Essentially, .ART has provided half the marketing for us. It’s like the readymade, but for online identities.”

Clynton Lowry

Founder of

“People who go to .ART have the same passion about life through art.” 

Shen Wei

Visual artist and choreographer,

“I actually bought the domain years before opening the gallery, when .ART was up and coming! I thought it was a great idea, and I felt strongly about having a .art domain because of its specificity to the industry. It’s less corporate than .com and more contemporary than .net.”

Mitra Khorasheh

Owner & Curator of signs and symbols,

“I’ve been telling my artists to get .ART because .com is related to commerce and business and .ART immediately puts you in a place that people understand you in the art platform.” 

Steven Sacks

Bitforms Gallery founder –

“When you’re on a .ART domain you know that you will be looking at quality content. It’s giving a house and a roof to this entire community of art creators and influencers” 

Michael Klug

Owner of Whitewall Magazine,

“Until now we had a website on a Belgian domain and we felt that it was important to get access to a community that was global.” 

Bruno Nelis

PR & Communication Director, BRAFA museum,

“Having the possibility to use is simply the perfect solution. It filled a long-lasting gap in our marketing and in the way we project ourselves.”

David Stern

Owner of Pissarro Gallery,

“.ART is a global community, switching to this domain zone is a no-brainer for the whole worldwide art scene.”

Gijs Stork

Founder of 

“It is descriptive and short. At the same time, one can quickly identify the respective genre and its contents. It’s immediately clear that any website within this domain zone is related to art, so the viewer has a clear understanding what works they’ll find within it. I think a .ART domain is the perfect solution to display art related content on the web.”

Christopher Bauder


“We chose .ART because it instantly communicates our mission and identity. Rather than identifying ourselves as a commercial entity (.com) or situating us within the borders of our country (.ca), the .ART signifier identifies us within a community of artists and institutions, each operating in their own context, but also as part of a global community.”

John Hampton

Interim Executive Director & CEO, MacKenzie Art Gallery,

“For me, .ART was a way to distinguish my artistic practice from my other work and general online presence. It is a really good way for me to showcase my artworks online and my portfolio, and it’s obvious for everyone what it is.”

Ronen Tanchum


“I chose .ART in order to bring context to my website name I prefer that my artwork be seen for itself rather than as a commercial product for which .com stands.”

David Spriggs

Artist – 

“The reason why I chose .ART was because I wanted the company name to be the domain. I wanted everything to be as simple as possible. In order for this principle of simplicity to be felt in every detail, the first step was to choose the company’s name – the domain is precisely describing what we do as a company.”

Victoria Dejaco

Founder of cloud-based art management system 

Content Highlights

NFTs & Rockstars: Interview with Snark Art Agency


Art & Parenthood 


From Da Vinci to Digital, Interview with Robert Norton


Embracing Limitations and Loss with Phil Hansen


Live from Odessa: Interview with Artist Stepan Ryabchenko


Museums as Public Health Assets with Helen Chatterjee


Steering Ahead of Art and Time: Interview with Nicolai Bohn


Jerry Saltz on Art, Criticism, and Dating 


All you Should Know About Grant Writing


Free to create: Interview with the Council of Europe 


.ART Adopter Highlights


How to Raise Money for Your Creative Projects


What Makes a Good Artist Website


The Art of Movement: Interview with Dancer Fanny Sage


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