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Selling Art with a Back Story

THE SUPERMODEL AND THE BRILLO BOX Back Stories and Peculiar Economics from the World of Contemporary Art

Relevancy Some blog posts are evergreen. They remain just as topical and poignant as when written. This is one. I learned a lot from researching to write this post. Reading The Supermodel and the Brillo Box book and further study on back stories was both revelatory and instructive. It was way more than I expected. […]

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How to Cure Your Art Career When It Needs a Kick in the Ass

Does your art career need a kick in the ass

Are You Repeating the Same Marketing Efforts and Getting the Same Results? I regularly see artists, even established artists, making rookie-marketing mistakes. You can hardly blame them. Many are overwhelmed by feeling they have too much to do on all fronts. Not surprisingly, they find evaluating the volume of art marketing options and making decisions on […]

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