We'll do all the legwork during art fair season. From scoping out the events to potential purchases, we'll organize your calendar and itinerary to help you get the most out of your trip.Learn More
We'll help you spread the word about your upcoming event or exhibition through our network of art enthusiasts, collectors, advisors, art world professionals, and press.Learn More
Email us a brief intro and a link to your work. We'll keep you on file and match you up with potential projects including our own 'What’s In Your Fridge' project and interview series '5 Things.'Learn More
Identify market trends and provide in-depth research to help you maximize your collection and investment, all tailored to your interests and needs.
Organize a recommended itinerary for your upcoming trip during art fair season to help save you time.
Create a customized e-newsletter to send to our network of over 10,000 art professionals and enthusiasts about your upcoming exhibition or event
Whether it’s a new website, logo or special party invitation, our in-house designer can come up with a design to suit your style and budget.
Initiate an introduction to help connect collectors to galleries and artists to galleries.
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Good art in general aspires to something, as a good painting aspires to something, almost spiritual or holy.
The role of the artist is to ask questions, not answer them.
Great art - or good art - is when you look at it, experience it and it stays in your mind. I don't think conceptual art and traditional art are all that different.
New needs need new techniques. And the modern artists have found new ways and new means of making their statements... the modern painter cannot express this age, the airplane, the atom bomb, the radio, in the old forms of the Renaissance or of any other past culture.