Artist résumés

Art Publications

The résumé provides a selective overview of the artistic and professional accomplishments, education, and affiliations of an artist.
Open here this publication
(is a example)
Norman Rockwell

The artist résumés presented here are designed primarily for use in proposals to professional venues, which can include commercial and non-profit galleries, museums, and art centers.

Also when submitting an artist biography for grants, residency programs, commissions, and other exhibition opportunities.

The artist résumé is increasingly used as an essential element on artists and website galleries and may also be used in publications such as exhibition catalogs. Avoid making the résumé complicated; it is meant to be short and simple to review. Normally an artist résumé is succinct and is similar to the short curriculum vitae or short biography.

All artists should have a standard résumé available. All résumés ideally should be tailored to specific purposes. Therefore, artists are advised to follow a established guidelines for submitting résumés.

Each artist résumé have a webpage and its player can be embed and shared, also have a list of their published works and catalogs.

Widget (embedding code)
After publish, access to the publication and search for this icon in the control bar. Click to get the Widget embedding code to put it in your sites.

// -- call artist by iframe [html5]:

<!--[ | community & exhibition]-->
ID of Artist
" scrolling="auto" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen
Style CSS
="height:550px;width:920px" ></iframe> <!--[Artist // Norman Rockwell]-->

Player API

You can configure your publications using the following parameters on html5

The HTML5 player API of lets you embed a publication on your website and customize the widget. This approach provides more flexibility than the previously available (Flash version) because mobile devices do not support Flash.

This guide explains how to use the HTML5 player API. It identifies the different types of events that the API can send and explains how to write event listeners to respond to those events. It also details the different player parameters you can use to further customize the publication.
_style: "height:550px;width:920px"
Style CSS
default: "none"
You can change the iframe using CSS style (position, background, border, size...)
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