Welcome to the Art Angle, a podcast from Artnet News that delves into the locations the place the artwork world meets the actual world, bringing every week’s largest story down to earth. Join us each week for an in-depth have a look at what issues most in museums, the artwork market, and way more with enter from our personal writers and editors in addition to artists, curators, and different prime consultants in the discipline.
The artwork market is a notoriously wooly place, the place offers are executed with hushed handshakes behind closed doorways. This in fact applies to auctions and artwork gross sales, nevertheless it’s additionally true when it comes to one thing much more elementary to the artwork enterprise: artist illustration.
How does a gallery nab a sizzling new artist? And how does an artist finally resolve to be a part of them, to keep on throughout moments of skyrocketing success, or depart at any given time? There aren’t any guidelines to this recreation, however there are positively some developments—and a few are nearly too unusual to consider. On this week’s episode, European market editor Naomi Rea—who recently wrote about the tangled relationship between sellers and their artists—joins European editor Kate Brown to talk about the wild world of galleries wooing artists and profitable illustration.
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