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Selling Contemporary Art: How to Navigate the Evolving Market

Selling Contemporary Art: How to Navigate the Evolving Market (Paperback)

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A sophisticated examination of today's contemporary art market from an art dealer's point of view, this new book focuses on recent changes in the quickly evolving contemporary art market. With an emphasis on how the market responded to the global recession that began in 2008, gallery owner Edward Winkleman moves from an examination of the factors beyond the individual dealer's command to those that the dealer can control. Sections cover: The rise of the art fair The rise of the mega gallery New online competition Models of post-brick-and-mortar galleries Art dealers versus cultural producers Collaboration in a new era Coverage is also given to the specifics of contracts contemporary art dealers may need, including an examination of a variety of contracts for representation, consignment, art production, and new forms of contemporary art. Exhibiting a wide range of interviews with international experts, including dealers, collectors, art fair directors, journalists, and online art entrepreneurs, Selling Contemporary Art is a must-read for gallery owners, dealers, and artists affected by the rapid innovations in the art-dealing industry.

Edward Winkleman is the director of the Winkleman Gallery in New York City. He is cofounder of the Moving Image art fair and has participated in art fairs such as ARCO, Art Chicago, Pulse, Year 06, Aqua Art, and NADA. He is the author of How to Start and Run a Commercial Art Gallery (Allworth Press) and of EdwardWinkleman.com, a blog that focuses on art (in particular, demystifying the gallery system) and politics. He lives in New York City.

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