Every generation has an impact on the way that art is consumed and transacted. Millennials are no different. Should we care? The answer is an absolute yes.
Source: Art Basel.
Millennials’ preferences have revolutionized everything from ride sharing and food delivery to sneaker shopping and dating, but the art industry has, so far, been slow to keep pace. Finally, however, there is evidence that younger people are taking a strong interest in collecting art – and changing the channels through which it is sold.
Art advisors offer a range of services, from simply educating new collectors and suggesting art for a new apartment, to providing access to hard-to-acquire artists and helping develop a philosophical foundation for a major collection. Fundamentally, an advisor uses their expertise to help a client make better, more informed purchases that will stand the test of time. So what should one expect when hiring an art advisor?
Aiming to showcase emerging talents, every month we invite people passionate with art to choose the best artist among those exhibited in our online gallery. Congratulations to Georgia Theologou, whose fragile and feminine artworks have gained her a majority of votes in January!
We also take the opportunity to applaud all the featured artists and thank everyone who voted.
See more of Georgia’s works at http://art.beopenfuture.com/georgia-theologou/