New York, NY (PRWEB) August 24, 2005
Forum Gallery, a leading modern and contemporary art gallery located in New York City and Los Angeles announced today the launch of their new website forumgallery.com. The website is designed to make looking at, learning about, and buying art easier and more engaging for collectors. It brings the gallery to the collector with a browseable inventory of available works by modern and contemporary artists; biographical information; a listing of exhibitions as well as selected past exhibitions; newspaper and magazine articles and reviews about Forum Gallery and its artists; and an online bookstore.
Additionally the website has a mailing list that brings virtual catalogues, exclusive news of upcoming exhibitions and innovative artwork to its members.
"We have three exhibition spaces, two in New York City, and one in Los Angeles,Â said Forum Gallery director Robert Fishko. ÂThere are always a lot of exciting things going on at Forum for collectors to come and see. For example, right now in addition to our summer exhibitions of important new works by gallery artists, New York is featuring work by Peter Krausz. September brings exhibitions by Frederick Brosen in New York and Raymond Han in Los Angeles.Â But even if you canÂt make it to the gallery, you can see the work online through the website or plan a private online viewing.
Forum's new website, designed by New York agency ICS Interactive, allows the gallery to expand their international reach and stay in contact more frequently with clients.
ÂWe're very pleased with the new website," said Fishko. "It makes the art more accessible and keeps us in regular contact with collectors." Visitors are invited to join the mailing list to be among the first to receive ForumÂs annual calendar and be notified of upcoming exhibitions, art fairs and events. ÂIf you wish, you can be notified when we receive new works by artists you admire by selecting your favorites in the mailing list registration area,Â says Fishko.
Forum Gallery, New York and Los Angeles, is a leader in the field of modern and contemporary figurative art. Founded in 1961, Forum Gallery today represents thirty contemporary artists, including Odd Nerdrum, William Beckman, Robert Cottingham and Christian Vincent; and the estates of Raphael Soyer, Chaim Gross and Bernard Karfiol. International in scope, Forum Gallery is the American representative of Xenia Hausner, Michael Leonard, David Mach, Charles Matton and Peter Krausz.