Choosing a gallery as well as finding one that’s willing to take gamble at your work is easier said than done. Oftentimes, this will demand persistence and determination on your part. To help in easing things out, here are few of the things that should be taken into consideration.
Relationship isn’t Adversarial
What you must remember all the time is that, your relationship with other artists and galleries are always a partnership. However, this is a bit difficult since partners usually pull in all directions.
As an artist, it’s always moving forward, searching for new things while galleries have the tendency to look backwards and hope that artists can give them yet another piece of art like the one that they’ve sold before.
So in this regard, see to it that you work both on your personalities and be flexible enough to endure it.
Choose Galleries that have been in the Industry for more than 3 Years
Preferably, it is best to work with galleries that have been in the business for 7 years onwards. These galleries are likely to have made a name for themselves and most probably, stable already. This gives them with extensive networks which you can take advantage in exposing yourself and your works to a greater number of people.