pricing

Gallery Pricing

one hundredth gallery is dedicated to exhibiting aspiring and emerging artists and doesn’t charge huge commissions to display artists’ work.

Instead, the one hundredth gallery concept revolves around renting out wall space at a reasonable fixed cost with a small commission on sales.  This model encourages artists to share in the risk and reward for exhibiting and selling their work.

One hundredth gallery’s pricing structure is as follows:

  • Rented wall space is for two weeks at a time (including bump in and bump out)
  • Each linear metre of wall space costs $100
  • Artists can rent the gallery on a wall by wall basis with a minimum of only one wall
  • There are ten walls available for rent | 1 x 1.0m | 1 x 1.5m | 1 x 2m | 1 x 2.6m | 1 x 3.0m | 5 x 3.6m
  • The whole gallery can be rented based on the prices quoted above (28.1m)
  • Sales commission is 10% of the selling price of each artwork
  • All prices above are quoted ex-GST
  • All artists who exhibit in the physical gallery will receive a complimentary online exhibition (as per below) for up to ten of their artworks

Online Pricing

One hundredth gallery’s online gallery is supported by a facebook, twitter, and 100thgallery.com promotion campaign.

For artists who are not exhibiting in the physical gallery, one hundredth gallery’s online pricing structure is as follows:

  • $200 for four weeks on 100thgallery.com and fb.com/100thgallery for up to ten works (ex-GST)
  • No sales commission
  • Online space is limited to ten (online only) artists at any one time

Gift Vouchers

Gift vouchers are available for each of the walls and for online exhibitions.

These pricing models turn ‘normal’ gallery pricing on its head and allows artists to better control the value of their work without losing 40% – 70% in commissions.

Artists need to submit the portfolio of work that they wish to exhibit so that the exhibition can be best curated.

If you’re interested in exhibiting, please get in touch via email at charles@100thgallery.com.

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