Black Market Art Fair Presents Young Artists
Online art fair BLACK MARKET ART FAIR will be presenting young artists from around the world from June 1 to August 15, 2014. Black Market Art Fair is the online art fair for emerging new artists on the fringe of the established art market.
June 16, 2014 (Newswire.com) - The art fair will be giving additional momentum to the presentation of and trade in young contemporary art on the internet. The exhibition concept imposes no restriction on style or medium; the artists were selected for the quality and relevance of their artistic approaches. The artworks on display ranges from drawings, collages and paintings, objects and installations.
The artists exhibiting at this show are: Annie Terrazzo from the U.S., Claire Rees-Jones from the U.K., Dobrinya Ivanov from Ukraine, Katarzyna Jablonska from the U.K., Michael Tierney from the U.K., Nathaniel St. Amour from the U.S., Victoria Kovalenko from the U.K.
The artworks are affordable for a wide audience. Buyers will find interesting artworks in different price categories - from objects for 50 euros to paintings for 2000 euros. BLACK MARKET ART FAIR is not only the point of sale, but also a place of communication. Visitors can get in touch with the artists using the contact function on each exhibitor page.
BLACK MARKET ART FAIR offers artists the opportunity to market themselves, and the internet is the ideal platform. The internet has revolutionized the world of communication. This has also had a powerful effect on the art market. No artist has to wait to be "discovered"; he can develop a following for his art himself. In times of ever-shrinking public funding, promotional resources for young artists are also on the decline. Self-marketing is therefore not just an option, but a necessity.
The aim of the fair is to break down the barriers to market entry for new art.
The BLACK MARKET ART FAIR acts at the point where the online and offline art worlds meet. While some visitors search for information online to find out what exhibitions they want to visit offline, others purposefully track down information about artists whose work they already know.
The clear advantage of the internet is the high frequency at which visitors and purchasers can occupy themselves with art. This is because art sales require considerable preparation, both online and offline. Sellers can profit from synergy effects if they are linked.
The BLACK MARKET ART FAIR exhibition website enables artists to pull all the threads together.
The exhibition can be viewed at www.blackmarketartfair.com. Visitors can click through the exhibition and experience the visionary worlds of the exhibitors from the comfort of their own homes.