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How major cities shape up for artists: Berlin

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What terms could possibly best sum up Berlin as an artists’ destination? After all, with its cultural stock having been built up over the years by such a large proportion of incomers, one could argue that in many ways, Berlin’s…

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How major cities shape up for artists: London

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London remains home to many of the world’s most significant artistic institutions and events, but is it the right city for you as an artist?

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The Basics of Gaining Gallery Representation

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Are you a teenager or 20-something with dreams of global artistic stardom? Or maybe you’ve turned to a creative path later in life, and are trying to juggle the task of building up a selling and exhibiting profile with that…

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3 surprisingly invaluable books for turning from an amateur into a professional artist

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Some artists handle the divide between amateur and professional more easily than others. While some can become disillusioned by a stop-start practice defined by only occasional sales or gallery interest (perhaps due to prohibitive time, money or location factors), others…

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How to find the perfect art studio

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It is many an amateur and even professional artist’s dream to have access to their own working space. They may have this aspiration for many different reasons – perhaps a simple lack of space at home in which to get…

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Helpful Advice on Selling Your Artwork – Whatever Your Career Stage

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As you will hopefully already appreciate if you have read our previous comprehensive artwork pricing guide, selling your artwork isn’t necessarily as simple as just totting up all of your obvious expenses (paints, canvas, studio rent and the like) and…

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Your Guide to Thriving As an Artist Outside the Major Art Capitals

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Many of those today who aspire to a sustainable artistic practice, or already have a long history of precisely that, have found themselves confronted with a major dilemma as London, New York and other more obvious art capitals have become…

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What is a ‘Vanity Gallery?’

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Many artists out there will have heard of the term ‘Vanity Gallery’ at some point in their career. For those of you who haven’t come across it yet, you are likely to have been approached or heard about them under…

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Feature on: Affordable Art Fair Hampstead – June 2013

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Here in London, the The Affordable Art Fair is just about upon us, and artists and gallery owners will all be frantically hanging work as we speak! With 113 exhibiting stands, there will be a lot to take in, so…

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Exhibiting your Art Part 3: working with commercial galleries

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Now comes the tough part… getting your work out there and seen by curators! Welcome to part 3 in our ‘Exhibiting your Art’ blog series – how to work with commercial galleries. So far the series has looked at getting started and…

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