Compared to painting, sculpture, and graphics, photography is a relatively new form of art. However, it already has plenty of various directions and lots of connoisseurs. If you plan to start collecting fine art photography, you should consider the number of nuances. In this blog post, we share some valuable tips that will be useful if you want to become a conscious collector.
Every collector faces the question of how to store art properly to protect it from damage, moisture, dust, mold, and pests. At first sight, storage arrangement may seem a difficult task with lots of nuances to keep in mind. However, all storage rules are very logical and are connected to one another. We have prepared a list of useful tips that will help you create the right storage space easily and quickly.
If you are an emerging artist, a fine art blog will be a good idea for you. It can help you create your personal brand, attract an audience and potential clients, and strengthen contacts with already existing ones. A professional blog is like a high-technology business card, allowing your clients to get acquainted with your art and find contacts for communication.
Fine art works are some of the most unfathomable phenomena in the world. On the one hand, they have an intangible component that appeals to our feelings and thoughts, but, on the other hand, some artworks exceed real estate prices. This contradiction and comparison of material and non-material value bring art to the level of the most fascinating collector items.
There is a list of the top 5 most expensive fine art works that combine high price and artistic value.
What is professional art and how to recognize it? Are there clear criteria in such a subjective area as art? Many professional artists died unrecognized, but their works became great centuries later; and, on the contrary, others gained recognition in their lifetime but became unknown after their death.
What is included in the concept of professional art? Artist skills, the cultural and historical value of the work, the impression produced on the viewer? Clearly, art should be viewed holistically, considering all components.