“Because you like it”… is only a place to start.
Purchasing art that pleases your eye is gratifying, but what it looks like is not the only consideration. Aesthetics are not always the most important decision when buying art. It’s also gratifying to see your art grow in value–the best of both worlds.
Art collecting can be a casual dalliance, or a fulltime, all-in endeavor.
Today, art choices are endless––a blessing and curse.
The contemporary art market is hyper-saturated. As a result of more free time over the last two decades, there are more artists today than in all of history. Some of these weekend worriers are incredibly talented, but most flash and are gone forever. It’s hard to find commitment and longevity in today’s relentless flow of fakery and distraction. To make it even more difficult, art critics are also in chaos as publications abandon art and culture reporting.
Sometimes the only one you can trust, is yourself.
Learning the right questions to ask, is a great place to start.
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