|What role have the figures of art dealer, gallery owners, representatives, and intermediaries in general played in your career?
They have not played a large roll in my life. I had a representative for my commercial work at one time and she was great, other than that I've not had much experience with galleries. I have been able to sell without them.
I work with galleries and I represent myself.
Huge. They sell my stuff. I can't do it without them.
I say ... Don't wait for a ship to come in..(agents, offers/ contracts etc) build your own raft, which is excatly what I have done with 26toinfinity press.
Art is the easy part to me, and the second part is the difficult market. I don't need the monopoly greed of the art-dealers and prefer private collectors with their own sense for at least timeless artworks...
none, zero, zilch
I think it is a great goal to have your work in galleries and is only a matter of time. My goal is to have my art in a gallery in 2010.
Little or not. That's machinery.
Thus far, a minimal role.
I have not so far tried to publish my artwork, so I do not know. However I usually see a lot of crup to be published and this is not an encouraging fact.
Not a lot.
They have played the traditional roles and more often then not, have stifled my creative process or attempted to commercialize me and my art for the sake of profit. Online however, it is different. The art galleries are simply a vehicle and they do not affect my art in a negative way other then a small amount of censorship.
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