What it is and why you'd write one
Learn how to craft a powerful artist statement from the experts at Agora Gallery. Read these valuable tips for writing and perfecting your artist’s statement.
From the blog, The Practical Art World:
A great resource from the blog, "The Practical Art World."
Adapted by Marta Sanchez Philippe, FotoFest, for a workshop presented at Spacetaker ARC, June 2011
By Daniel J. Keys, Courtesy of Fine Art Views.com
As recently requested by some of FAV’s devoted readers, I’ve decided to share my experience of putting together a competent and effective artist’s portfolio intended to be presented to an art gallery.
Setting a standard for ourselves...
Find out why you might need more than one artist statement and when to use them.
"The main purpose of an artist’s statement is to augment your artistic practice. This could be by offering background information, an explanation of your process, or any other information that will enhance the critical understanding of your work. Below are some suggestions to consider:"
The artist résumé conventions presented here are designed primarily for use in proposals to professional venues, which can include commercial and non-profit galleries, museums, and art centers. These recommendations can also be followed when submitting a résumé for grants, residency programs, commissions, and other exhibition opportunities.