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One of the most difficult aspects of being an artist doesn’t take place behind the studio walls. It is an unpleasant, sometimes degrading aspect of your career: promotion. Nevertheless, as an artist, you need to develop a method to promote your work and still maintain your integrity. To minimize the unpleasantness of this particular responsibility, the method you devise should complement your personality and temperament. The problem begins when you decide it’s time to start approaching galleries.

 

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Excerpted from Edward Winkleman's Blog, courtesy of Chicago Artist Resource.

 

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“Actors search for rejection, when they don’t get it, they reject themselves.”  Charlie Chaplin

 

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By Steve Popkin, Courtesy of Art Show.com

 

I recommend doing some undercover surveillance work before going in for the first time to make an introduction. Now to explain what I meant by that. In order to have your best shot at getting your work into a gallery or store you need to know what the store/gallery owner or manager is looking for. This being said, do some research into what sells in that particular gallery or store.

 

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