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The 4 Stars of Britannica

"Valuable resource for current information on the art world. Features a series of timely stories covering a variety of art-related news and events internationally. Special sections offer a list of exhibitions sorted by museum, country, and opening and ending dates; coverage of major art events and festivals; informative pages on major art museums worldwide (without links to their websites); reviews of exhibits and stories of special interest; and information on famous events in history for each day of the year plus a daily art quiz." During several years the Encyclopedia Britannica together with Newsweek Magazine classified and graded what they considered was the best of the web. Britannica made a rigurous selection, to our satisfaction, and for example, in our category of Organizations / Publications, nobody reached the greatest distinction of five stars, reserved for "The Best of the Web". Nevertheless, they gave us 4 stars in what they called "Superior". There we were, during several years, in this distinguished rank, together with other six websites in the category of Organizations and Publications. That venture of Britannica and Newsweek lasted several years.



ArtDaily Can Boost Your Fine Arts Coverage
By Charles Bowen
Published: March 25, 2003

Years ago, as a young editor, I met a local patron of the arts who also -- to journalists, at least -- was quite patronizing. She had called the city desk, not so much to complain, but almost to boast about how the newspaper had completely missed the news of a recent visit to our town by a up-and-coming painter.


Trying to determine who had dropped the ball, I asked which of my reporters she had spoken to in advance of the event. Grandly, she sniffed and allowed as how that was not information she had been prepared to retain in her busy brain. After a few more questions and answers, I concluded that she had talked to no one on my staff.


Over the years that I had to deal with her -- and she was in a rather prominent position with a large local museum, so we often dueled this way on Monday mornings -- I came to understand that she was among those peculiar newsmakers who enjoyed (1) knowing things that we at the paper didn't and (2) watching us miss them. I suppose that in her case, it helped her verify her suspicion that journalists were generally philistines who couldn't possibly appreciate the finer things.


Now, I would never suggest that all art patrons have that attitude. I will suggest that some of them do. I think too that we ought to cover the art world better, if for no other reason that it will drive them nuts. The problem is, of course, that many of us don't know our Picassos from our Pissarros -- they didn't cover that in J-school -- and still fewer of us have time to find the fast track on fine arts.


Fortunately, once again the Internet has our backs. A wonderful site called ArtDaily.com has spent the past seven years covering the art world the way you cover City Hall, and it can be your first stop for news about major exhibitions around the planet, as well as for links to artists, photographers, and extensive art resources around the Web.


The site's regularly updated front page gives you the quick overview of the latest developments, from a major upcoming art auction in Milan to an exhibition of "The Urbanites" in London to a feature on new digital artwork by students at the University of North Carolina. Scroll behind the news summaries for bullet headlines of several other stories of interest, such as the appointment of new curators and the opening of arts fairs.


And while these folks mean it when they say "daily," they also do anticipate that not everyone can check in every day. So a "Last Week" link listed at the bottom of options printed on the left side of the screen enables you to see front pages from the previous five or six days.



Other considerations for using ArtDaily in your writing and editing:


1. Need to find information on a specific artists? The site keeps a remarkably extensive collection of links to sites and backgrounders on hundreds of artists, from the Raphaels, Rembrandts, and Renoirs to others that only the art historians might know. Click the "Artists" link on any page of the site.


2. Similarly, the site also assembles links to museums, exhibits, architects, photographers, art auctions, fairs and art education resources. See the relevant options listed in the navigation bar along the left side of any page.


3. If you write about the site in your news columns, you might want to mention the "fun features," such as the site's art quiz, as well as its collections of 3D animations and 360-degree images, also linked from the navigation bar.




Dankeschön Tim Sommer, from Art, Das Kunstmagazin
Published: January, 2001

HAMBURG, GERMANY.- "art Das Kunstmagazin", by the prestigious publishing group Gruner + Jahr published monthly in Hamburg, Germany and directed by Axel Hecht, dedicates a space every month to what happens on the net. Last January, news writer Tim Sommer wrote on ArtDaily. From here, those of us that make this newspaper, would like to say about the analisys on ArtDaily and the honorable grade he gives us: "you must not miss it". Thanks for visiting to the people at "art Das Kunstmagazin", and we recommend our viewers to visit this magazine which is undoubtedly the best magazine published in Germany and which is among the best art magazines of the world.

The text written by Tim Sommer follows: "The founder of this American Art Daily has a dream: to be "the meeting point of art lovers all over the world". This is what ArtDaily wants to be. Those who are not on the internet or who do not speak English, are the only ones that unfortunately are left out. For all the rest there are web pages, market analysis and global art news updated daily. A dozen of new news stories are ready to be read every morning and during the day new ones appear. ArtDaily also offers artist’s anecdotes, which is a growing treasure; and under the milestones section it offers de story of art in hindsight, constructing it stone by stone. The list of links is wide with its museums and exhibits all over the world. ArtDaily also offers a very well organized summary. The pages at ArtDaily are full of virtual articles that offer lots of art. The museum ads do not bother the viewer at all. Advertising has to be there as in any other newspaper. It is part of the business."

Tim Sommer, ART das Kunstmagazin.



The Five Stars of World Wide Web Yellow Pages
Published: September, 1998

From over a selection of over 10,000 of the Best Web Sites, the directory "World Wide Web Yellow Pages" in its 1999 edition graded ArtDaily with 5 stars (best grade) and made the following comment:

"The impressive Art Daily is an oline-only publication that reprints art headlines of the day from major news services, especially in London. But that´s just the beginning of the site´s broad scope: Art lovers can browse a directory of worldwide exhibitions by start or end date, country, or museum. Museums of the World provides profiles of dozens of major museums, including collections, hours, and staff members. Dig into the latest issues with a page of several feature stories, and check out This Day in History for a look at past events that influenced the tide of art."

The publication of Luckman´s World Wide Web Yellow Pages was edited by Barnes & Noble Books, Inc.



Arts and Culture

The self-proclaimed "First Newspaper on the Internet," artdaily.com was founded in 1996, a year after its sister publication Museos was published in print and online. While the publication focuses on a wide range of arts — from architecture to digital arts — its strong suit is daily international art news and its own special reports. The site also offers some fun features, including 360-degree images of La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and the Prado in Madrid; almost thirty 3D images of famous architectural jewels, including the Empire State Building, Stonehenge, the Coliseum in Rome, and the Sphinx; a weekly art puzzle; and comments and feedback from readers around the world.



www.artdaily.com
By Candy Ang
Published: August 10,1997

The first Art Newspaper on the net, you can read about art pieces as well as architecture. It gives up-to-date information about art exhibitions dating from 1991 to 1999. It also provides a list of museums all over the world, arranged in alphabetical order. There is also an interesting link that takes you on a personal tour of the world's famous monuments and sites. This comes with descriptions and even the option of an animated 360 degree view and Real Audio.



Recent Popularity Increases in Duane Cash and Phet Cash Paintings May Bring "Rock-Star" Status of American Fine Art Couple

Recent Popularity Increases in Duane Cash and Phet Cash Paintings May Bring "Rock-Star" Status of American Fine Art Couple. Cash Art Studio Website Experiencing Record Number Visits and Increased Sales Over Past Week.
(PRWEB)- After a recent article artdaily.com, Cash Art Studio has seen an explosion of visits over the past week to www.cashartstudio.com from patrons and collectors wishing to own a painting from America's Art Couple, Duane Cash and Phet Cash. Their website jumped from over 4,000 visitors to over 12,000 in the course of one week.
Art collectors have flooded some auctions with bids that resemble a shark feeding frenzy. "It has been a great week for art," says Duane Cash of Cash Art Studio. "I will search deep into my soul to bring out some of today's great masterpieces."
Duane Cash's diverse subject matters and varied style have made some of his fine oil and acrylic paintings a desirable asset to home, busienesses, and galleries. Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Duane Cash paints paintings exploring deep religious statements and flowing colors. Also sharing the left-handedness in painting, writing, and eating, like the old Renaissance master, Duane Cash is an inventor himself of what is now known as the Duane Cash Cube Collection, now a part of the Rubik's puzzle collectible line-up on the Rubik's (www.rubik's.com) website. The collection of 6 Rubik's puzzles includes items like the Rubik's Triamese Cube, the Rubik's Fusion Cube, and the Rubik's 5x3 Cube, all of which have attained "Sold Out" status much of their time selling online.
Duane Cash was also featured in the April 2004 issue of GAMES Magazine on pg. 4, which featured and article about Duane Cash's inventions in the Duane Cash Cube Collection and photos of several of the puzzles. Along with puzzles, riddles, Duane Cash also enjoys chess, science and astronomy, computers and technology, and also good movies. "I saw the 'Passion of Christ' when it came out," says Duane Cash "And I feel it is the most compelling and stirring movies of our time."
Cash Art Studio has seen a sudden increase in search engine searches for "Duane Cash Art Paintings" and "Phet Cash Art Paintings" in recent days. Some have made searches for individual Duane Cash religious famed paintings such as "Dawn Of Light" and "God's Universe." A run on Duane Cash's vibrant "Friends and Family" and "Mystical" series paintings has also been increasing.
Phet Cash, whose unique poppies acrylic paintings and bright abstract figure paintings have stirred the hearts of art collectors nationwide. "Phet Cash's paintings flow with color," says one surveyor of Phet's works. Phet Cash's paintings are gaining popularity at an even rate with her husband's in their ebay store at http://stores.ebay.com/cashartstudio.
Duane Cash plans to create some important works that carry on the traditions and subjects of the old masters like Van Gogh, Monet, and Da Vinci. Duane and Phet Cash, like all great masters before, are continuing the visual tradition of art history.
For art collectors, 2004 may be a spectacular year for the art world the with prolific nature of Duane Cash and Phet Cash, who work out of their Albuquerque studio. The couple has one son, Brandon Cash, whose own unique abstract painting created when he was 2 years old, sold to a couple in California. Art seems to be in the blood of this New Mexico family.
Some are saying that Duane Cash and Phet Cash may be on their way to attaining a "celebrity" or "rock-star" status in the art world as their art reaches even wider audiences through Cash Art Studio.
For more info, visit our store at: http://www.casharstudio.com and http://stores.ebay.com/cashartstudio
For more infomation on the puzzle inventions of Duane Cash, visit "Rubix Corner" at: http://www.dilaigraphics.com/rubix.htm




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ArtDaily is an electronic art newspaper that began publication in 1996. While publication was suspended for a time last year, it recently became active again. ArtDaily currently produces about ten to twelve new items a day concerning information on art fairs, artists, auctions, museums, exhibitions, and links to art magazines from around the world. ArtDaily is edited and published by Ignacio Villarreal of IVC, S.A. de C.V.An electronic art newspaper.




Journal on-line

ArtDaily se positionne comme le premier journal d'art sur le Net. C'est un quotidien qui permet de se tenir au courant des dernières nouvelles dans le domaine de l'art. On y trouve des infos sur les musées, les expositions (classement par pays, par date). Des articles plus complets sont également présentés. Nouveau : avec le Plugin Real Vidéo, on peut avoir un aperçu en 360° des pièces maîtresses de l'architecture mondiale. Un site qui bouge, au contenu riche et mis à jour très régulièrement.




NYC Department of Education

ArtDaily.com: Artdaily.com is exactly what it sounds like. It happens to be the first daily art newspaper on the net. A few of its sections are Art Quiz, Artists, Auctions, Featured Stories, Special Photos, 3D Images, and 360 Images. Visit this site and you won't be disappointed!



Art Resources

ArtDaily "The First Art Newspaper on the Net" is a great source for current art news, exhibitions world-wide, museums of the world, and more. One interesting area is "Art In Motion", where 22 buildings, statues, or famous places are described, with a 3-D animated view of each section. Or check out "This Day in History." Great stuff. We recommend it highly.



Servizio d'informazione online Artdaily.com
Published: Sabato, 10 Luglio 2004 - 00:35

Da giugno non è più attivo il servizio d’informazione online Artdaily.com. L’editore e il direttore Ignacio Villarreal hanno annunciato lo scorso giugno la chiusura del sito, indicando nelle difficoltà finanziarie la ragione della sua decisione. Flash Art augura buona fortuna per il futuro ai 4 membri regolari dello staff, che si sono sempre dedicati ad Artdaily.com per passione, svolgendo contemporaneamente altri lavori. Villarreal spera di pubblicare presto una breve storia di Artdialy.com. Info: www.artdaily.com



Konsthogskolan I Malmo
By Mathias Jansson, bibliotekarie

Tipset: En e-dagstidning om konst är ArtDaily, http://www.artdaily.com/ . Dagsaktuella nyheter från konst- och museumvärlden. Varje dag presenteras också ett nytt citat från en känd konstnär eller kulturpersonlighet. ArtDaily har även ett imponerande länkbibliotek till museum och aktuella utställningar.

 


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