ArTatoO! is a free service provided by TBN (The Boweries Network) and dedicated to all artists worldwide, which provides them with a place of exhibition on the Web.

Artistwise, you just need to fill the join form up (Create my free gallery now) and to submit it in order to receive your personal access codes in your email within a few minutes.

With these codes, you may access your gallery administration panel (Access my management panel) and the following areas:
Profile Administration
This page allows you to modify your profile and add some extra information, as your address or your birth date.
Resume Administration
This page allows you to save or delete your personal photograph and an introduction text. This data will be displayed as a header for your gallery.
You may as well save a list of your past and future exhibitions.

Gallery Administration
This page allows you to publish and modify your artwork and all relevant data (e.g. size, date, etc.). Each piece of Art can be complemented with a picture and a thumbnail, independently.
You may as well chose a short url to your personal gallery for better promotion.

Statistics Administration
This page displays accesses to your page for the last 6 months, as well as the popularity of each artwork.
Forum Administration
This page allows you to activate or desactivate your personal forum and to delete selected messages.
Chat Administration
This page allows you to activate or desactivate your personal Chat Room.
Account administration (Upgrade)
This page allows you to add services to your gallery, to publish more pieces of Art or to list more exhibition dates, as well as to access auctions on the site.
Disconnection (Logout)
Use this link to leave your administration panel.

Visitorwise, you may use the search engine to locate an artist or artwork or chose to display artists by country.

The whole site is access-free, user-friendly and ad-free in order to provide you with a comfortable and intuitive navigation.

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