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The Responsible Collector

Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 7.57.29 PMCollectors of art fall into two basic categories. The first is the collector that decides to live with art, buys it until all the walls are filled, and then stops. The second revels in the experience of collecting, and like the artist, feels compelled by some greater force to continue with this passionate relationship, regardless of the decorative or functional aspects.

What many collectors don´t realize, is the process is not over once the piece is hung. It becomes even more vitally important to become a responsible collector … Continue Reading

Marketing for the Millennium…e-commerce and the Internet

Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 8.22.00 PMThe Internet has become an unavoidable fact of life. Over just the last few years we have seen radical changes in the way this new technology is changing the way we live, think and shop. Although many artists, collectors and galleries continue to have fears and concerns, even their reluctance is slowly beginning to erode as they accept the inevitability of this powerful, wide reaching tool. In regards to the artworld, there are basically three different types of websites :

  1. Information related sites-These can be run by non-profit … Continue Reading

Apples and Oranges: The L.A. vs. New York Question

Screen Shot 2014-04-07 at 6.25.53 PMOriginally published in Artweek, July 1995, Volume 26, Number
7

” . . .artists can no longer sit back and take the attitude that
the work speaks for itself . . .”

After opening a second office and gallery in New York last September,
I have spent a good deal of time accumulating frequent flier miles. On the
average, I spend one week each month in New York, which has been a real
eye-opener for me, a native Angeleno who has been actively involved with
the Los Angeles art scene for twenty years. … Continue Reading