Welcome to #sellbuyart
As the art market is rapidly evolving, we explore how individuals and organisations within the sector can achieve their goals.
Do artists and galleries receive more interest and better sales at art fairs, in the art gallery, or selling art online? Does one drive footfall to the other? Do you simply get a different type of buyer at an art fair rather than a gallery? Do you get a lot of viewings at art fairs but not many sales? And where do online art stores enter into things and how successful are they for selling art? What makes one succeed over another? How can an artist best promote themselves and their artwork? How hard is it to make art a career? #sellbuyart aims to bring you the answers through the experiences of others…
Benefit from the personal views, insights and experiences of other artists, gallerists, art fair organisers, collectors, investors. Through a growing collection of guest blog articles specially written for this “discussion” and hosted on this page, we will be exploring their thoughts and experiences of the marketplace including art fairs, galleries, and online stores. We also offer you the opportunity to share your opinions (please see below for guidance).
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Why are we qualified to manage the debate?
ShipArtTM sits in the middle of the art sector and builds lasting relationships with artists, galleries, collectors, investors, curators and organisers of art fairs. From this position and with a genuine interest in all things art (our staff are art lovers and collectors), we are perfectly positioned to take a neutral stance and draw upon our community to bring you a wealth of opinions on the subject of buying and selling art in the current market.