Displayed in Gallery Modern Art Increases in Value
Investing in contemporary art - the modern art gallery
Like many collectables, when displayed in a gallery, modern art has a tendency to increase in price as the artists' name and works become better known.
The difficulty for new artists is being accepted by a gallery as few contemporary galleries will offer viewing space for relatively unknown artists. As the artists' gain more exposure the value of their work increases.
Investing in contemporary art - Albemarle Gallery
A few galleries, such as the Albemarle in Mayfair, London are more receptive to new painters and sculptures. They introduce collectors and art lovers to new artists.
There are some galleries who only display works from a specific location, for example only London-based artists. Some galleries offer contemporary art alongside newer artists and sculptures or in conjunction with a modern and contemporary art sale, usually held to introduce new and exciting artists.
Investing in contemporary art - lack of exposure
Unfortunately, some talented artists do not receive the exposure they deserve. While some contemporary artists eventually make the transition to commercial art in order to make their work financially viable, others remain unknown until someone with influence spots their work.
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