Always have an updated Catalogue in Exhibitions, make the most of every opportunity.
I have seen works being sold, just by The Catalogue of the Artist.
12 Tips for The Artist Catalogue:
1 – Be simple.
Your work is more important than the Catalogue itself, the work should “speak out”.
2 – Structure.
Organize your work and Collections, to have an easy understanding.
3 – Introduce the Artist.
Who and why. Know what moves and inspires, breath the Artist.
4 – Education, Training and Professional path.
Include if relevant, organized by the most recent to the past ones.
5 - Solo Exhibitions and Collective Exhibitions.
Share your Artistic path.
6 – Artistic Activities, Affiliations and Partnerships.
7 – Prizes should be outlined.
8 – Include Collections Concept.
Gives a deeper understanding, can open or close up opportunities.
9 - Basic information required.
With every work piece: Title, Technique, Year, Size of the piece.
10 – Bilingual or in an international language.
Depending on your target set.
11 – Include contacts and social networks.
How can others reach you: site, e-mail, phone. How can others follow you.
12 – More important, do it as you like, with your signature, do it with LOVE!
Movie Step Up Revolution, Art Museum Dance, Flash Mob Song
Dear Artists, there are Art Fairs and exhibitions all over the world. Below you can find a list of the Art Fairs with more attendance, figures of the Skate’s Art Market Research, provided in 2015 by Widewalls article and in 2014 by ArtNews article. Subscribe your favorite events, follow social networks, possible contests and get the list of contacts of Galleries attending. An opportunity to admire, see tendencies, get new ideas and have fun.
TOP 10 in 2015
TOP 10 in 2014
I also recommend reading “Your Strategic Guide to the Spring Art Fair Season” on Artsy Editorial By Abigail Cain, excellent. Looking for information, I´ve gather a list of known Art Fairs that I share with you, by alphabetical order:
50 Art Fairs