Top 5 Internet Presences of Private Art Collections

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As the internet grows in importance in the art world, many collectors choose to present their collection online. Overall 12% of art collectors open their collection to the public gaze through an online presence via a webpage.
One of the most innovative collections is the DSL collection. Through online exhibitions, iPad apps, free ebooks and 3D presentations, Dominique and Sylvain Levy present their collection in a pioneering way. Other collections included in the ranking are the Girls Club Collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz, also Judith and Kerr Neilsson’s White Rabbit Collection.

• DSL Collection, Paris, France
• Broad Art Foundation, Los Angeles, United States
• Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
• White Rabbit Collection, Chippendale, Australia
• Girls Club Collection, Fort Lauderdale

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DSL Collection
Dominique and Sylvain Levy (Paris, France)
The dslcollection has always tried to adopt the most innovative communication tools to reach its audience. Through online exhibitions, Ipad apps, free ebooks and 3D presentations Dominique and Sylvain Levy present their collection in a pioneering way.


©Broad Art Foundation


Broad Art Foundation
Edythe and Eli Broad (Los Angeles, United States)
Edythe and Eli Broad archived big parts of their collection online to make the artworks publicly available. Furthermore the website provides detailed information on the new Broad museum, as well as a live webcam to follow the process of the construction.


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Saatchi Gallery
Charles Saatchi (London, United Kingdom)
The Saatchi Gallery websites provides not only information on the collection of Charles Saatchi but also includes an extensive shop and the business “Saatchi Art”. Artists can sell their artworks through “Saatchi Art” with prices ranging from $100 to $30.000.


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White Rabbit Collection
Judith and Kerr Neilsson (Chippendale, Australia)
The White Rabbit Collection website presents information and the artworks in the collection in a rather ironic way. Backed up with funny animations and videos the visitor is guided through the collection of Chinese contemporary art of Judith and Kerr Neilsson.


©Girls Club Collection


Girls Club Collection
Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz (Fort Lauderdale, United States)

The beautiful pink, white and grey design of the Girls Club Collection website visualises that the collection focuses only on women. Next to a frequently updated blog the websites features a shop and images from the building and the exhibitions