In a previous post (Selling Your Art – The Pricing Formula) I discussed the German “artist factor” formula to price a work. This is a very helpful system to estimate your work, especially for artists entering the market for the first time.

go here But let’s be honest, we know that it takes more than a good system to become successful and convince people to buy your art. Mostly it is about what collectors are willing to pay and how you good your gallerist is at negotiating.

Rules for pricing your art:

temporadas de solteros sin compromiso In order to maintain your market value, consider these rules:

  1. No Supersale deals
  2. Same size same price (unless the work is from a different period and you have since advanced in your career)
  3. Do not lower prices from one year to the other
  4. Avoid the “my art is not expensive” attitude

rencontre rh grand est Also, never, never, ever, sell art at discount prices from your studio. This will jeopardize your credibility and the relationship with your dealer.

go to link By following the above rules, you will signal to the market that you are building a consistent career with positive evolution potential. In a gallery context, it is also a trusting signal from the gallerist that he believes in the value of the work. Still consider that the art market itself remains unpredictable. It is up to you to find the right balance between selling a lot at medium / low prices, or to a select few at high price.

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