The 'Virtual' subcategory of art galleries is for art galleries which focus on photography, and which only exist online as a "Virtual Gallery", not being associated with a physical location. An art gallery typically works with and organizes exhibits for several artists.
In order to be listed in this category you should
- exhibit original works made by more than one artist.
- NOT sell photographs online.
This is NOT a category for single artist sites... even if you call it a gallery.
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The project represents impressions of Russia and Central Asia. It is the collection of historic and contemporary views from multiple artists. [Russian, English]
DD Gallery presents Swedish photographers to a wide international public.
Showcases the achievements of four "wired" photographers who take photography to the digital frontier as they explore the world and human experience. From Kodak.
Representing and exhibiting the largest collection of music related photography in the world, and exclusive distributor of Genesis Publications.
Features photographs of Jerusalem sorted according to different categories. Including city map, downloads and uploads section, news and information in English, Hebrew and Russian.
PDN's 20 Anniversary Project
Photo District News's online essay with six photo galleries: advertising, editorial, fashion, innovations, photojournalism, and sports.
Photographers' portfolios, curated exhibits, and discussion forum. Focus is on fine art and documentary photography.
Photographs by several photographers, primarily from Germany. Focus is on commercial still-life, people, and fashion. [German and English]
States of Art
Photography from all over the world.
Curated by Mark Sink, this online exhibition features the work from fine-art photographers from around the world. Call-for-entries occur once a year. Includes a discussion forum.
Free service offering artists using various mediums to publish their art online.
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