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Navigating the Art World: Professional Practice for the Early Career Artist
Navigating the Art World: Professional Practice for the Early Career Artist
Navigating the Art World: Professional Practice for the Early Career Artist
Navigating the Art World: Professional Practice for the Early Career Artist
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Navigating the Art World: Professional Practice for the Early Career Artist

€15.00
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This business book is aimed at early career artists and helps to equip them with the practical tools needed to approach their careers, shining light upon some things that are often hidden from view. It has been written as a series of opinion pieces rather than a how-to guide, and covers such topics as how to exhibit and sell your works, as well as things like how to stay motivated, and how to deal with the periods of insecurity that a career in the arts can often create.

The process of entering the art world and forging a career can be fraught with obstacles to overcome, and so we have written this guide to make the journey as stress-free as possible. Navigating The Art World consists of a mix of advice and tips from ourselves, as well as gallerists, curators, artists, collectors, and other industry experts to give some insight on various ways to enhance your art career. Contributors include Maureen Paley, Jake Chapman, Andy Dixon, Kristin Hjellegjerde, Claus Busch Risvig, and many others.

Published by Delphian Gallery
Softcover
112 pages
111 x 180 mm
ISBN 9781999799045

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