How to find a gallery / lecture, talk, Q&A - Cai Wagner
For English Speaking Artists in Berlin !!!
Artists without a gallery hardly have a chance in the current art market. Looking for gallery representation is a necessary next step after graduating from art college. Anyone who has still not managed to do so within a few years faces serious problems. With almost 20 years experience as a gallery owner, Cai Wagner attempts to shed some light on the matter of “How to Find a Gallery.” He explains the format that applications must take as well as the precise steps that are involved in the application process. Advice on changing galleries and on contract law will also provided. This talk will be rounded off by insights into the art market and the constraints that galleries are subject to. An extra topic covered will be hints and tips for all those who consider self-marketing instead of gallery representation.
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