Frequently Asked Questions
Common questions about various topics have been answered in the tabs below.
If you have a question that is not listed here, feel free to contact us!
About the Exhibition
Where does the exhibition take place?
Right here, online! Use the menu items at the top of the page to look around. When the exhibition opens to the public, you will be able to visit the virtual galleries and inquire about specific prints.
When does Women as Art open?
The exhibition opens to the public with a live-streamed event on Tuesday, November 10. You can preregister for the event here.
Unique Option Prints
Most images in the Women as Art exhibition have never been released as gallery edition prints before, though a number of them have been published either in one of Robert Farber‘s books or other publications. These new releases are noted in each image's private view area as New release.
As collectors are aware, prices increase as the edition sells. For the serious collector, we are selecting certain new releases to be available as a one-of-a-kind, unique print. These images are noted in their individual private view areas as Unique Option.
What is a Unique Option?
It is an artwork that will never be produced again in any size or format, ONLY the print shown and acquired in this exhibition. The print will be signed 1/1 and the certificate of authentication will indicate the same information as a unique artwork.
Which prints are eligible?
A one-of-a-kind acquisition can only apply to a new release. If the first sale happens within the edition, it will no longer be available as a unique artwork. We have selected certain very limited-edition images where we offer this unique option.
How much does it cost?
What is included with my video art purchase?
The price includes the artwork, monitor, shipping, and full installation in the United States through Blackdove. Each artwork has two speeds: a two-minute demo version and an approximately ten-minute "watching watching paint dry" version.
How do you ensure a limited edition in digital format?
The videos are stored as encrypted files on the Blackdove delivery platform so the content cannot be stolen. The editions will also be registered with blockchain technology.
Are monitors available in other sizes?
Monitors are available from 49-98 inches, though collectors can also inquire about a complete wall. The price listed with each artwork is based on a 65-inch monitor. There is an additional shipping cost for larger monitors.