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Photography of Art: A Proven, Captivating Power

Sep 13, 2016

By The Clarion List
“If you go and Google the Mona Lisa,” says Andy Romer of Andy Romer Photography, “I guarantee you she’ll have a dozen different complexions or tonalities.” Only one, of course, accurately represents the masterpiece. How can contemporary artists and institutions make sure that what they’re showing matches up with what the public sees online and in books and catalogs? This is where Romer comes in. He photographs artwork for artists, galleries, and museums to ensure that they have the best documentation possible. Images of art (perhaps even more than the physical works themselves) shape perception of both individual pieces and artists&rsq ...

A New Approach to Discovering Art Talent

Sep 12, 2016

INTERVIEW OF THE MONTH: THE ACCESSIBLE ART FAIR NEW YORK. The Clarion List continues our series of interviews with innovative art companies. Whether you are learning about these companies for the first time or are already familiar with their services, we hope this series helps shed insight into each’s distinct niche and make the art services market in general more transparent.
This month we discussed art fairs and market accessibility with Maria van Vlodrop, founder of MvVO ART and co-founder, Director of The Accessible Art Fair New York edition presented by MvVO ART. Learn about this unique fair, how artists are selected to exhibit and sell directly to fair visitors, and how technolo ...