The gallery already has a strong web presence, and our website gets an average of 17,000 unique visitors each month—from all around the world. That’s been a great way to get images of artworks and information about the artists to a broad audience.
But over the past couple of years, we’ve really developed our digital catalogues and now make one for every show. All are posted on a webpage, and are available for free. Our 18 catalogues cover a range of artists, including Craig Kauffman, Larry Bell, Adrian Saxe and Gustavo Pérez—as well as group shows.
I’m amazed that anyone on the planet with an internet connection can see our publications. I grew up with lots of art books, and I’ve always had a preference for the tactility, design and portability of books. But I have to admit that I also love the chance to design, publish and distribute books via the internet. Here’s a link to the main page for our digital catalogues: http://issuu.com/franklloydgallery.