Review of Kunstmatrix 3D Art Exhibition Programme

For the last few months I have been using the Kunstmatrix 3D exhibition programme. This is my review.

Review of Kunstmatrix 3D Art Exhibition Programme

What is Kunstmatrix?

The Kunstmatrix website is available in German and English and the tools on offer are described as follows:

Kunstmatrix is a unique tool that enables you to create beautiful 3D showcases of your art to impress art lovers and collectors. Digitally present and manage your art, including an augmented reality app to show a preview of your work in any space you like!

Subscription Levels

There are four levels of subscription. This includes a free introductory level that allows you to store and display ten artworks but with no exhibitions included.  €10 per month, the level I am using, includes the ability to upload and store 50 images and create five public online 3D exhibitions. There are two further levels available. €25 per month allows 250 pieces of artwork and ten 3D exhibitions and €50 allows 500 pieces and 50 3D exhibitions.

Also Included Within the Subscription

As well as the artwork display and storage and 3D exhibitions, Kunstmatrix includes:

  • Art.depot – a database to organise, categorise and track your artwork.
  • Art.augmented – allows you to preview how piece of artwork might look in a given space, a type of virtual app.
  • – for sales management.

As you can see, Kunstmatrix offers a variety of services to their subscribers. For the purpose of this review, however, I focus just on the 3D exhibition programme.

Why An Online Exhibition?

Before Christmas, a buyer commented that I had a large portfolio of work and whether it was possible to showcase small groups of my work to make it easier to look through. At the time I referred him to my YouTube Channel where various videos provide snapshots of my various subject galleries. I had a vague recollection that I had seen some online exhibition software in the past and I wondered if that might provide an alternative.

Well it took a while to explore the various options available but then I found Kunstmatrix and decided to give it a month’s trial. That took place in November 2017 with my exhibition ‘Memories of Samurai’.

3D exhibition
Advert for December exhibition, Moments of Stillness

Since then I have hosted several 3D exhibitions on my website and each time I have seen an increase in views as a result.

It is a fresh way of presenting artwork and the feedback from users is that it is a fun way to look at images. Each of the exhibitions are featured in a blog post and have a YouTube video created of the works on show.

I no longer do the exhibitions monthly but now save them for special features. That is mainly because each exhibition takes quite a bit of work to pull together and I want each one to have an impact. So a bit of space between them makes sense.

How does the Kunstmatrix 3D Exhibition Programme Work?

Uploading images and filling in details

Artwork is uploaded individually. The site prefers a jpeg, 1900px width maximum size. You provide the title of the piece and then there is an upload form in three short sections to be completed.  Following the title, the first section asks the year the piece was made, the artist, the size of the piece and art style and genre. The second section asks for more detail, among other things, tags, a link to where you can purchase the piece, availability and price details and a description. The final section is for the 3D exhibition display, it allows you to add a mat and frame to each image.

Editing Details

You can go back and edit the information at a later stage. This is just as well as I did get in a bit of a pickle with some aspects of the form. For example, how do you put in the size and price for a digital piece that can be produced in various sizes and formats? I dealt with that by adding something to the end of the description of each image.

PDF sheet

This information creates a PDF sheet that buyers can download (which you can use for publicity of course) and is also used for information available to viewers during the exhibition.

3D Exhibition Options

3D Exhibition
An instagram advert for my January 3D exhibition ‘The Beauty of Italian Archways’

Once you have uploaded the artwork the fun starts! What room layout will you select for the 3D exhibition from the many that are available? As well as lots of room there are lots of  layout options, with differing sizes for the number of images you want to display. You can even select the wall colour.

As you can move the images around and spread them out a bit more than the layout initially suggests I usually go for a size larger than the actual number of images I am using. You can try out one layout and then change it by editing the exhibition if you don’t like it. I like the flexibility of changing my mind on the layout if it doesn’t work!

Curating the 3D Exhibition

Curating the exhibition is easy. You pre-select the images you want to show in the exhibition. When you go to curate they appear in a column on the right hand side of the exhibition ‘room’ and then you drag and drop each image into position where there is an ‘X’ shown on the wall space. You can also remove them or move them around until you are happy with them. In June 2018 Kunstmatrix added ‘guide lines’ so you can ensure you place the image in exactly the right place.

When you are happy with the exhibition you can press the publish button, though you can still go back and edit if necessary. A catalogue of the exhibition is available based on the information you have provided. You can get an embed code to put the 3D exhibition into your website or blog (which is how I use it). The exhibition also features on the Kunstmatrix site.

So What Is The End Result?

The end result is a very sophisticated looking 3D exhibition space. Visitors enter the exhibition and move themselves around the exhibit using the arrows that appear on screen. Or by moving around using the cursor. A guided tour is available as an option. It is even possible to bypass the exhibition room element and just click and move through the images to look at them. If someone is interested in a piece of artwork they can click for more information and see the description as well as where they can purchase the piece.


For €10 per month this is a great little 3D exhibition programme. It adds something a bit extra to your website/blog and something innovative to your art marketing. And this review only touches the tip of the iceberg. Kunstmatrix offers a whole art management system. There is also an app where artwork can be presented in a client’s room so they can see how it might look before they buy. All in all, well worth taking a look at what they offer.

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I am having fun living half way up a mountain in Central Italy with my husband Barnet Boy, Stevie Mouse and the rest of my fur family. I am enjoying creating art that people will love having on their walls. I also love storytelling through my blog and short stories.


  1. Hi Dorothy
    I too have subscribed to this matrix except that after paying for 5 exhibits, I have only received access to one. For the first exhibition, a few mishaps were sorted out swiftly by technical team but I have had endless problems trying to upload and curate my second one and what makes matters more frustrating is that the technical department is very slow to respond to help requests. I really looked forward to a good user experience but especially as the first exhibition looks so great in 3D. Would you have any suggestions for me on how to contact the technical team of kunstmatrix other than their contact form?

  2. Gosh Robert I am sorry you are having problems. I can’t help you I am afraid, I have had no problems with it at all and have never needed to contact the support team. I hope you can get sorted!

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