I hear the lament regularly. Friends from all around the world, all professions, residents of suburban towns and thriving international cities. Educated friends, rich and poor, stylish and some less so. They are all self-proclaimed “art lovers” but when it comes to becoming an art collector, they stop short with the defeatist mantra: “I don’t know how.”
They beg and plead for recommendations for what to buy or my opinion on whether or not their selections are “good”. While I’m flattered to be...
I hear the lament regularly. Friends from all around the world, all professions, residents of suburban towns and thriving international cities. Educated friends, rich and poor, stylish and some less...
People are understandably wary about dealing with the art world. It's historically exclusive and opaque. But we're busting through all the excuses we've heard over the years about why you aren't buying art. We hope that by the end of this post, you'll be itching to buy a new piece and we're linking our collection here to make it a little easier:)
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Welcome to the RedDot library, a constantly rotating list of both fiction and non-fiction titles for every art lover. Want to brush up on your art knowledge without reading a textbook? Peep our list of art library must-haves, from factual market analysis (that is still captivating!) to smart art world satire.
An Object of Beauty
The art world is not immune to the gender inequities fought in every corner of our lives. Women have never been treated equally in the art world, and today they remain underrepresented and undervalued in museums, galleries, and auction houses. While RedDot is doing its part to highlight the many amazing female artists across the country and around the world, we would be remiss if we did not shine light on this art world inequality. Keep reading to learn the most annoying (but accurate) facts about women in the art world.