Art Business News: Artists Forging a Self-Sustaining Tribe of Peers

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By Sofia Perez

[Published by Art Business News, February 12, 2019]

If you look at a sampling of the visual art that’s currently being produced in the United States, you will find an assortment that’s as varied as the artists who create it. You won’t, however, find all of that variety on offer in the marketplace, and that’s largely because artists are often unable to get their work to the audiences that are most likely to support it.

In many cases, that gap is not a dearth of talent, but rather a lack of business training and expertise. No matter how masterful their technique or profound their message, artists must also acquire the skills to manage their art practice as a successful business if they want to support themselves through the creation of their art…

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