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ARE THEY ALL THE SAME? A CASE STUDY OF THREE AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS ARTISTS

By Lisa Farrell, Jane M. Fry and Tim R.L. Fry

Many studies of art auctions assume that a single statistical model using observed characteristics relating to the artwork and the auction can explain the observed variation in the sample of all artworks and artists. 964 more words

Cultural Economics

Why Record Art Provenance?

Those who do it best post regularly, maintain consistent and engaging narratives, provide insight not only into their art but also into their lives and adventures as artists, and are good about interacting with their fans. 467 more words

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Artists need a “BULLY PULPIT”

There are so many artistic messages that are not seen and silence because they are lost in the noise of platform collisions.

To overcome this phenomenal one can only reach to the past and witness how the past can be our greatest teacher. 131 more words

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FAC ARTCADE

From the old Midway of the 1920s era of Coney Island the Arcade created the importance of the interactive visual experience we constantly search for the new frontiers of our imagination. 86 more words

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Monet and the NYC Art Auctions

Last Thursday I taught my class at the Wakulla Senior Center in Crawfordville, FL and we celebrated Art Auction week that’s held in New York City every Spring and Fall. 178 more words

Classes And Workshops

THE WORLD IS YOUR MARKET

There are many websites hustling artist artwork.

Full Art Catalog (FA-C) goal is to empower artist to roll up the sky to make a telescope to see beyond the old scripts of marketing with a palimpsest vehicle to scrap clean these scrolls with new ideas of artistic expression. 111 more words

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ARTIST IN A HAYSTACK

There are 200,000 artists in the US according to The National Endowment of the Arts. There are 5000 art dealers in the US. For an artist’s signature passion to be discovered is like trying to find an artist in a haystack. 240 more words

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