Watch this Guest Lecture video and comment.
This is a lecture designed to help artists/photographers take their work forward and is based on experience in the art market and photography competitions.
The idea is to think of the product and object product quality. Lower quality can be of greater value. Long-lasting ink helps as does a small edition size where 3 might be better than 20 is unique. Start with low prices and grow with later editions after sell out.
Consider mounting so collectors can store as archival photographs and longevity affects price.
Another consideration is to prepare a statement for later to be condensed. Have own words ready to go.
It’s better to have updates on the website rather than separate CV. It is valid to have an interchange say with other students and record their interpretation of work. It is very different to only the artist’s own words and less emotional and personal.
Social media should be about you and promote others exhibitions. Link back to the website.
Advice from an RA talk was given. Then different types of gallery were classified.
In another part of the guest lecture consideration and advice was given over Competitions (and residencies) and of Collectives where people foster creativity and show together.