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W3Art
 Portal dedicated to disseminating information on contemporary art over the Internet in the Spanish language 

w3art is the first professional portal dedicated to disseminating information on contemporary art over the Internet in the Spanish language. W3art was created in 1999, and is used by many of the most important institutions in Spainís contemporary art world, such as MNCARS, CGAC, MACBA, the Caixa Foundation and ARTIUM, to promote and disseminate their artistic and cultural activities.

With an average 800.000 hits per month and over 25.000 subscribers, w3artís audience covers a broad range of users directly involved in contemporary art. Because of its prestige as the reference portal in Spanish, w3art is the chosen meeting place of a community specializing in the most up-to-date artistic practices. Contemporary art students constitute 40% of its audience, artists 35%, and specialized agents in the art community such as galleries, critics, collectors, curators and other cultural mediators the remaining 25%.

Our audience covers the countries and nations of the Spanish-speaking world, although the highest percentage (73%) is in Spain itself, with the rest in Latin American countries and Portugal.


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