There are many methods you can use to trim down the price and make sure it fits into your budget. Here are a few tips on how you can reduce the price of art, ranging from negotiating a discount to art commissions.
Getting back into the art collecting game in the time of the post-pandemic can be difficult. Funds are reduced, jobs are uncertain, and buying art can seem like a luxury. Luckily, there’s an exciting world of affordable artworks out there, fit for all tastes and all budgets.
A professional art consultant (also called art advisor) can educate clients both about art history and the art market. Many art consultants take their clients to art fairs, galleries and museums to help them learn more about a certain art genre or art history as a whole as well as how the art market functions.
Due to their fragility, prints and other works on paper are particularly prone to damages. Sunlight, dust, humidity are just some of the elements that can impair paper and color pigments. Let's talk about the damages that can appear on your art prints, how to prevent them, and how they influence the price of the art.
There are millions of quality artworks out there, but not all of them are well sold. To ensure a place for themselves in the art market, artists employ a variety of marketing strategies to grow the value of their art. Here are a few marketing tricks that helped artists gain publicity and turn themselves into brands.
Sometimes it seems like artists get instant recognition for their work. But more often than not the success of an artist is the result of a thought-through strategy constructed by other art professionals. Let's talk about the role of galleries, dealers and artists’ estates in building powerful artists’ brands.
Although some art investors manage to get high returns on their purchases, investing in art is, in fact, a high-risk endeavor. Art investments carry a wide range of risks and expenses that many people aren’t aware of when entering the market - let's look into some of them.
Art auctions are considered the most transparent art trade channel out there – sales are clear, prices are made public, anybody can participate. However, there are some unclear practices that cast a shadow over the seemingly straightforward auction process.
The price of art depends on many factors, some of which can be manipulated by collectors to grow the value of their pieces. Let’s take a look at how collectors can influence these factors to increase the value of their collection.
Limited edition prints are often seen as mass-produced copies of famous artworks. But prints can be just as valuable as other artworks. Buying prints can be a great way to acquire pieces by famous artists at affordable prices or they can be a great way for new art collectors to kick off their collection.
How to benefit from an Art Fair? - tips and tricks for visitors collecting art. If you plan to stay active during an art fair season, check out these recommendations to get ready for it.
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