A New Kind of Membership

Digitally access meaningful art, shows and community.
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A New Kind of Membership

Digitally access meaningful art, shows and community.
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Artist Spotlight

Our first-rate content team, who has curated the Met and the Getty, hand-select new artworks and playlists every month for you to discover, contemplate, and display in your personal space.

Membership Has Its Perks

Unlock a world of art on your Depict Frame and beyond. Yours for $20/month, or get a discounted 1-year membership with your Depict Frame order.
Perks and Frame Features Art Club Members Non-Members
Display Your Own Photos Unlimited Viewing Unlimited Viewing
Display Depict Artworks Unlimited Viewing 5-Minute Limit
Display Depict Slideshows Unlimited Viewing Free Artworks Only
Modern Salon Hosting Eligible Not Eligible
Special Membership Offers and Events Eligible Not Eligible
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The Modern Salon

The Salon holds a place in history as the great 19th-century exhibition for living artists. We at Depict host Modern Salons - living artist exhibitions around the country in everyday spaces and homes. We kicked off this series earlier this year in New York and Los Angeles, and are now extending the invitation to our community.
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The Modern Salon

The Salon holds a place in history as the great 19th-century exhibition for living artists. We at Depict host Modern Salons - living artist exhibitions around the country in everyday spaces and homes. We kicked off this series earlier this year in New York and Los Angeles, and are now extending the invitation to our community.
I WANT IN
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Artwork Credits: “Window Crossing” © 2014 by Joyce Yu-Jean Lee. “Rubber Plant” by Marsden Hartley, 1920. Image credit: Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven. “The Bathers” by Roger de La Fresnaye, 1912. Image credit: National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC. “I Saw the Figure 5 in Gold” by Charles Demuth, 1928. Image credit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.