Daily Dose Pick: Artlog


Artlog is a savvy and streamlined way to connect art-world news and events with social-media users.

Artlog relaunches today at the advent of the 8th annual Art Basel Miami Beach extravaganza, allowing fairgoers to connect in real time on its mobile application. Simplifying the week-long affair that’s as known for its party atmosphere as its market-driving capabilities, Artlog makes it easy to discover, search, and contribute to art happenings.

For those on the creative end of the spectrum, Artlog has built in a spiffy online-portfolio service with unlimited image, sound, and video uploads. Arlo portfolios are easy on the eyes and the pocketbook, with an annual subscription fee of only $100. Sign up here for a free two-week trial.

Subscribe to the Artlog newsletter, build a portfolio, make friends on Twitter, and check in with the latest in Miami.

Artlog Live from Miami aggregates online chatter from social media sites that use a specific set of hashtags: #nadamiami, #artviceroy, and so on.

Pop-up windows outline the nuances of the 18 fairs participating in this year’s Basel Miami satellite.

Photographer Jesse Chehak (above) and architecture student Hunter Craighill (below) are two artists using Arlo’s portfolio builder.

Co-founder Manish Vora speaks about building an online community in the art world.