I’ve been buying art since I was at college . . . inexpensive works (I had created no money) that attracted me and wonderful unlimited edition posters
17 April, 2014 at 8:03 am in Buy & Sell
I've been buying art since I was at college . . . inexpensive works (I had created no money) that attracted me and wonderful unlimited edition posters I had been a hippy from the 1960s and believed material possessions were an unsatisfactory thing, i really resisted 'collecting' art Pandora Charms Canada until my better half Peter made me discover how important collecting is always to producing art and preservation. Each time we traveled to a museum, he talked about what number of the whole shebang were donated by collectors! That's in early Pandora Beads Canada 1980s. We collect sculpture, painting, drawings, photography (into a lesser degree) film and video (to your lesser degree) and jewelry (which we began collecting in mid/late 1980s). We collect primary market work, as being the artist then advantages of the purchase (so we can afford it). We share our collection through getting classes of students and museum along with other art groups to go to and that we only buy work that each of us agree on. We buy pieces slowly, after many looks and investigation on the artist. The primary work of every artist we buy is early work of somebody who's not well-known and, Pandora Silver Charms Canada especially in a symptom, artists who were outside of favor on the list of general collecting population. Thus we started our collection with functions the Minimal, conceptual and like-minded artists: e.g. Donald Judd, Dan Flavin, Sol Lewitt, Robert Mangold, Dorthea Rockburne, Alan Charleton, David Rabinowitz, Robert Ryman, Ellsworth Kelly, Dan Graham, Barry LeVa, Andy Warhol (who we think about a conceptual artist) Sherrie Levine, Cildo Merieles and a lot of, many other Brazilian and Cuban artists. However the works was not previously owned, many are from your 1960s. They never been sold. While doing so, we bought local artists along with young artists. We arrived at the Europeans later than artists from America, considering of access, but are actually collecting them because the 1990s and possess particular concentrations in Thomas Schutte and Isa Genzkin. We keep buying steadily but slowly and almost always get a second (or third or fourth or fifth or . . .) of artists we like. Lately we now have concentrated almost exclusively on conceptual artists: Rachael Harrison, Paul Chan, Kelly Walker, Seth Price . . . As for our jewelry collection, We would estimate about 100 original works, yet , I've got not a clue. We've the old masters like Gijs Bakker, Matinazzi, Bishoff, Peter Chang, Georg Dobler(early only) and Tone Vigeland detailed and single pieces by Albert Paley, Helen Shirk (actually two) Olaf Skoogfers, Judy Onofri or anything else. We've 8 to 10 components of Svenja John, Alexander Blank and Jiro Kamata, several pieces by Emily Cobb, Despo Sopholocleous and Mia Maljojki along with a several pieces each by many very young artists who studied in Munich at the Tyler School in Philadelphia. Furthermore , i have many edition works from Chi Ha Paura . . .? I both wear and display my jewelry.