The Ultimate Top 10 of the Biggest Art Galleries in the World

welcome to contemporary art issue in,this article based video we are pleased,to present you the ultimate top 10 of,the biggest art galleries in the world,it is clear to say art galleries play a,major role in today's world of,contemporary art,art galleries are the blueprint of the,art world they act as the purveyor of,the iconic masterpieces of tomorrow,having their finger on the pulse of the,latest trends in contemporary art,where as we all know the most important,museums in the world galleries seem to,be a bit less well known in the public,opinion,when it comes to contemporary art we,always tend to visit museums such as the,museum of modern art tate modern or the,guggenheim,however the artworks we behold and the,artists who created them were first,presented and represented by an art,gallery before they entered those,institutions,so who are those galleries and where can,we find them,by measuring objective metrics such as,square meters the number of locations,the number of employees artist rankings,of the represented artists and online,exposure we have listed the top 10 of,the best and most influential galleries,in the world,now let's enter the top 10 starting with,our first mega gallery,number 10 victoria miro we open the,debates with victoria miro gallery in,1985 victoria marion miro opened her,first gallery in london before moving to,a larger space in the english capital in,2000 which is up to today the main,office of the gallery,in 2013 a second space was inaugurated,in london followed by a third gallery,location in venice,victoria miro is highly respected as a,prominent figure in the art world as is,her gallery,in 2018 three spaces covered over 2 000,square feet with around 50 people as,working staff,at this moment there are two active,galleries one in london and one in,venice over the years victoria miro has,represented and launched many of the art,world's current superstars,think of the british artist chantal joff,or chris of philly but also,international artists such as acanali,crosby talar alice neal or idris khan,this impressive array of artists results,in a 10th spot opening our list in style,number 9 lehman mopan contemporary art,gallery lehman mopan was initiated by,gallery director david mopan back in,1996 in new york,the highly rated mega gallery currently,has four locations across the world in,new york hong kong seoul and london,lehman mopan has been exhibiting,established artists from day one,representing artists such as kardaratia,irwin worm or gilbert and george to name,just a few,the gallery's influence is strongly,noticeable considering their active,contribution to the number of museum,shows public projects biennials or their,presence at art fairs and online,further the combined gallery spaces,cover approximately 2 000 square meters,with around 45 staff employees,doing so lehman mopan sits in a ninth,spot for this article,number eight periton in 1990 emanuel,pereton opened his first gallery space,at the age of just 21 in paris

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Art Galleries Explained: Everything You Need To Know (Complete Webinar)

Art Galleries Explained: Everything You Need To Know (Complete Webinar)

art galleries play an absolutely crucial,role in today's art world,however they can be very difficult to,navigate be somewhat intimidating or,have a rather elusive character,in this video in the next few minutes i,will be explaining everything you need,to know when it comes to art galleries,to navigate them as an expert i will be,sharing inside information which will be,most useful whether you are an artist,looking to work with the gallery if you,are a collector and you need to know,what a good gallery is and how to,recognize one or if you're just an art,enthusiast,welcome to art galleries explained the,full webinar,hi my name is julian de la grange and,i'm the director of kai and kai gallery,and conveniently we will be presenting,you this webinar from our gallery space,here located in cortrain belgium,question one what is an art gallery,as a gallery but also as a platform,examining contemporary art and the art,world we have noticed that there are a,lot of misconceptions in the public,opinion when it comes to art galleries,whereas we all know what a museum is,sometimes defining an art gallery seems,to be a much more difficult task,in a nutshell an art gallery is an,exhibition space,for the display and sale of artworks as,a result the art gallery is a commercial,enterprise working with a portfolio of,artists,in which the gallery acts as the dealer,representing supporting and distributing,the artworks from the artists in,question even though all these art,galleries might look like the same from,the outside there are actually some,crucial differences in the way they work,that you need to be aware of whether you,are an artist who wants to work with,them or when you're a collector or a,visitor question two what are the,different types of art galleries as a,result we distinguish six different,types of art galleries the first being,the commercial art gallery this is in,fact the most common type of art gallery,and also the most important one in the,art world although the words commercial,may have a rather negative connotation,as if it's all about the money and the,art dealer is,money-grubbing gallerists however this,is in fact the best art gallery the best,type of art gallery both for artists as,for collectors with these commercial art,galleries the gallery works together,with several artists creating a,portfolio of artists,in this case they agree to represent and,support the artists in question so the,artist can focus purely on the,production of the artworks and gallery,takes care of building the career of the,artists,making sure the artist,earns a living from his works doing the,promotion the selling the distribution,etc,in return the art gallery earns money on,a commission basis by selling the,artworks,as a result the gallery is very,motivated to do its very best to achieve,good sales and to promote the artist in,order to achieve those sales,when the gallery represents the artist,in such a manner that the artist's,career grows and the value of his,art

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The Art Market (in Four Parts): Galleries

The Art Market (in Four Parts): Galleries

Andy Warhol said being good in business,is the most fascinating kind of art in,the art business galleries build and,protect an artist's market say you were,gonna buy a $200,000 painting I think,you should take that money tie it up and,hang it on the wall galleries and,dealers sell art straight from an,artist's studio the primary market or in,the secondary market which is art that's,been sold and owned before in the art,market the more history something has,the more valuable it can become people,feel reassured if something's already,been bought there are three reasons that,people play out genuine love it for,investment or to raise their place in,society so you want to take your 200,grand to a gallery to buy a new painting,by a hot artist people often confuse,quality and price it's always,counterintuitive you see when you like,but you're told it's not available by a,dealer that sells it to a prestigious,collector with museum ties the next day,but why Warhol's galleries Leo Castelli,was the first to value who and artwork,sold to more than how much it sold for,where it's going is very important being,placed in a prestigious collection is,always helpful for an artist career most,successful galleries have built on the,Castella model understanding that a,museum can allow an artist to outlast,market shifts and trends when it happens,you feel you've done something really,good for the artists you work with today,there are galleries whose success hinges,on long-lasting and personal,relationships with their artists it's a,tough tough business and realize that,Valerie is the winner in Portland and,some of them grow to be mega galleries,the artist is no longer the brand name,the brand name is the gallery there's,competition between galleries - you just,have to realize that if you have two,biggest success they're gonna leave,there are even artists who don't think,they need galleries like Damien Hirst,who cut out his galleries by taking work,straight from his studio to auction in,2008,there was a big question whether his,dealers would support it to sell,everything is really a very exciting,kind of moment or maybe need you I don't,want to compete with corrosion I want to,be in the middle to develop artists,before they get carried off by the big,boys this is Stefan simcha wits can I,stop you for a second he's been,criticized for investing in the work of,young artists and practicing in our,world equivalent of the pump in don't,you listen to this and I'm of,course the flipper dojo is Stefan Simba,quits the Donald Trump of the art world,his model doesn't sit well with,galleries who prefer to buy back or find,new buyers for work that collectors want,to sell in most cases the bull give me,the opportunity to sell it and sometimes,they can and sometimes they can't,this is how they protect their artists,market and if I can it goes to auction,and at least I had the opportunity when,a gallerist loses control of an artist,market the results can be devastating,and then sudden

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IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST 2022 WITH ANSWERS | 05.01.2023

IELTS LISTENING PRACTICE TEST 2022 WITH ANSWERS | 05.01.2023

foreign,first you have some time to look at,questions one to four,hello hello is that,appleton363 it is Harding speaking oh um,are you I mean I'd like to speak to the,Secretary of the Arts Club yes speaking,oh hello my name is Francis Drew I just,moved to the area my classmate and I and,we'd be interested in joining the Arts,Club but we'd like some more information,really you know about joining and the,sorts of activities you do yes well what,do you want our calendar ask at the,library I'll make sure that there are,plenty there by Thursday that's all,right for you yes fine thank you but um,would you mind telling me how much it,costs to join membership fee for an,adult is 2 pounds 50 per year of course,what exactly does club membership,entitle one to entitle you two oh uh for,a start there's the uh club events you,get invited to them of course they're,for members and only,um but they are free,what sorts of events are there I mean,you'll see what they are when you get,hold of a calendar but well there's Club,evening for instance once a month,usually Wednesdays from 8 till 10. and,whereabouts do you hold them Club,evenings uh the the Beach Pavilion do,you know it no I don't think I do it's,not near the seafront is it no I've,passed the tennis courts on Park Avenue,you know where that is no I'm afraid I,don't we'd soon find it though quite,good I don't know what your interests,are music got any musical talents I'm,not sure about talents exactly I like,music we both do do either of you sing,Oh yes we've both been in choirs well,there you are then the club's got a very,fine choir very fine I mean it myself as,a matter of fact we have practices every,Friday evening and it's no good just,thinking of joining if you can't make,the practices,before you hear the rest of the,conversation you have some time to look,at questions 5 to 10.,now listen and answer questions 5 to 10.,what's the procedure I mean if we decide,to join the choir or any of the other,activities how do we go about it you,can't get into the choir without an,audition as far as the other sections,are concerned members have to apply,through the sections secretary in the,first place yes right and the fee again,I've written it down somewhere two pound,fifty each and where do we send it to,you no I'm the secretary it's the,treasurer who deals with that I'll give,you his name if you want to write it,down yes please his name is hose good,h-o-s-e and then good yes initial P,address three Clay Hill Appleton right,and it's all right to send a check,that's the usual yes payable to Appleton,Arts Club Appleton a double p l e t o n,oh and uh better put your address on the,back as your new uh and incidentally,there's a newsletter out three times a,year just to keep club members up to,date with what's going on they they're,sent to everyone that's good,um do just one last thing would you mind,telling me what the other sections are,so that I can tell my classmate and we,the players that's our act group I've,to

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Art Galleries: you don't need them - EVER

Art Galleries: you don't need them - EVER

hi ladies and gentlemen thanks for,tuning in today's video is all about art,galleries and the reason why you don't,need to show with them what your work,with them will be represented by them,now before you all start reaching for,the keyboard and leaving comments let me,explain the reasons why as we wander,around my own art gallery which I must,admit is just for my own stuff I'm gonna,explain to you the reasons why I think,that the whole model is pretty much,outdated white doesn't work anymore why,they're behind the times and why,actually as a creative person and as an,artist you just simply don't need to go,down that route anymore and the reason,is we're in the 21st century for,goodness sake there are lots of things,open to you that will help you avoid,having to go with galleries and go,through all of this horrendous nests,that normally associate with being,represented by one now as we go for a,little wander now some really really,crucial points that I want to talk about,and that's we're going to identify the,reasons why they can be a real problem,for you but as we talk and we're,hopefully going to try and give you some,reasons as to why you can do this for,yourself okay so let's go straight in,with point number one so point number,one you may or may not already know and,if you're not with a gallery this is,something you're going to find out if,you do approach them they will take a,percentage of the ticket price of your,work as their fee you can call it a,commission you can call it whatever you,want but ultimately they will take money,from you to do the work now there's no,problem with that if somebody is going,to do work on your behalf ie selling,your work then they will take a cup,that's just basic common sense in its,basic business my issue is is the amount,of money and the percentages that,galleries can take from you now of,course I am generalizing here and you,know if you're a gallery and you're,watching this and you're only taking 10%,of an artist fine fair enough whatever,and I'm not really really interested but,we both know galleries that can take,fifty five sixty percent of the ticket,price from an artists work it's not,really justifiable in my eyes so that's,my biggest first of all my fundamental,problem is they will take a percentage,of your money now if you want to keep,hold of your money then it's important,you take some of this ownership on for,yourself so we're going to talk about,that a little later on problem 2 they,don't work exclusively for you the only,person that works exclusively for you,and has your best interests at heart is,you so how can you expect another,organization or a company to work on,your behalf when they may have 20 30 40,50 60 70 I don't know how many artists,they're also representing so they don't,get to spend enough time with you and,what you do to give you the,justification that your creativity,deserves problem number three let's say,you're with a gallery and you sell,something how do you know who your,clie

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Inspirational Stories about Art Galleries

Inspirational Stories about Art Galleries

it was a party every day whoa I own a,Picasso drawing it was over a hundred,thousand for them it was like a it was,like all right really they ignored me in,the artist realm the mom artist that was,the sound of our world shattering wow,hello beautiful creatives of the world,so in this episode of the light movement,podcast we are going to be talking about,how to get into a gallery as an artist,we're not just going to be talking about,that though we're gonna be talking about,all sorts of things covering galleries,why should you be in a gallery why you,shouldn't be in a gallery different ways,to apply to galleries what galleries,should do for artists what artists,should do for Galleries and so much more,so stay tuned till the end because we,got a lot in this episode for you let's,get to it what are just to get started,what are the different types of,galleries that you know you could get,into as an artist most people might,think there's just one type of gallery,you know they see the gallery on the,street that they walk by that's the type,of gallery that they're thinking of when,they think of gallery but there's so,many different types well there's like,fine art galleries where pieces in there,I think it all depends on the price,range I mean you can just go you can,tell by walking in like it looks cheap,the artwork is cheaper it's not hung,with special lighting it's just kind of,all over the place and then you'll go,into some that feel like a museum and,you're like you're feeling like kind of,weird to even be in that Gallery because,it feels so prestigious and then there's,like there's just so many different,levels so,so what are some of the different levels,of galleries well I think the location,is what tips you off as to what type of,gallery it is so every city has sort of,a gallery district and in that Gallery,District you're going to have a mix of,retail Gallery where there's sole source,of income is selling artist artwork to,collectors and that's you know those are,good Galleries and then you're going to,also see a few galleries a few less,galleries but that'll be fine art,galleries and they usually have the name,Fine Art in their title or contemporary,and so if they're called contemporary or,fine art you're gonna see really,expensive type of artwork but not,necessarily you know always retail and,they'll be you know they tend to be kind,of like darker there's not a lot of,people traffic going in there there's,somebody at a desk way in the back room,they're not exactly friendly it's used,for money on wondering I don't know yeah,it could be like it's a kind of a,mystery and if you if you Google and you,search like Galleries and you you go,contemporary fine art galleries you're,gonna that's when you'll see them and,you'll see like strange objects,non-sellable artwork,um there will be some sellable artwork,in there but I'm just thinking like,Scottsdale Scottsdale Arizona is a,typical Gallery District,um place and what you see in in the,gallery distric

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How to collect art from the best European Galleries?

How to collect art from the best European Galleries?

hello i am elise arnando i am the ceo of,red collector welcome to this talk these,are talk that we call it,a wednesday of art and we've been doing,this talk for the last two years and,we like to invite people from the art,world like galleries collectors artist,advisors and this time this talk is we,have a very special uh guest,and very good friends as well and this,is good because we are we are joined uh,people from different parts of europe,which is really cool as well so uh we,have adrian ramouche he's a,art advisor uh from amma advisory,service and as well he's in charge of,dealing with the,art arthur in bordeaux called bad which,is the first edition um we have as well,michael johnson which is a very,well-known gallery galleries in spain,because we've been doing arco for many,many years,yeah that in fact it was where i meet,him like yeah yeah yeah sure i don't,know how many years ago,so long time ago i was trying to buy,some of his artworks from for a client,and then we we make the deal and then we,become friends so it's it's nice to to,have michael um and follow michael for,all these years,and as well we have christian birds,which is a very interesting uh gallerist,and he's got a very interesting gallery,focus on art route,i have to say i visit his cali twice in,paris,and i really really,encourage people to go to this gallery,is a very interesting alien with a very,interesting,artist,so,what we are going to talk about today is,about collecting,uh how to collect from,the best galleries european galleries,and how to do it as well in our first,and we're going to do the focus on on,that on on the on the airfare in brutal,so first we are going to start with,adrian and then we carry on with michael,christian and then we end up with myself,this time i'm going to talk a little bit,and i'm going to present uh,myself and what we are going to do uh,at the at the offer so adrian uh you,have taken,the time it's your time,okay hi everyone um happy to meet you,uh so my name is adrienne and uh,i was formerly a director at a gallery,in paris uh called natalie obadiah and,before i was a specialist in,contemporary arts for an auction house,called piazza in paris too,uh and i phoned in my uh,my own services uh one year and a half,ago,on advisory services and i joined the,the bad project finally a bit late,compared to my dear colleague christine,izain and michael because i arrived,three months ago,and,i would say that i'm more like the swiss,uh knife of uh the fair right now but,i'm gonna tell you,more about uh,the origin so basically uh,the project was really interesting at,the beginning because uh it was to bring,like,uh a new art fair in a new city you know,which is not the the capital uh but uh,which is uh with uh and,a very good,uh,uh how do you say a very good uh,uh notoriety uh which is bordeaux and,which is uh between you know spain also,and paris so it's a good,uh good city to to me to meet there uh,basically the notion of uh discovery was,very important

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NYC Art Gallery Tour of Chelsea & Meatpacking

NYC Art Gallery Tour of Chelsea & Meatpacking

all right we are headed up to chelsea,today and it's always a little risky to,come to chelsea this time of year just,because it is right on the water it's,right on the hudson river so you,definitely get those really chilly,winter breezes,right off of it so we're super bundled,up but i'm really excited to see some,shows today,and the first exhibit is at casman,gallery and,honestly the real reason i was excited,to see this show was to see this one,sculpture in particular by vanessa,german and there it is in blue,vanessa is known for creating these,really intricate mixed media sculptures,that combined doll parts household,objects beads and shells and,honestly i could just look at these for,hours,the title of this exhibit is between the,earth and sky and it's a group show,featuring 20 sculptures that span,from as early as 900 a.d all the way up,until 2019,and there's so many famous artists that,have worked in sculpture that are,captured in the show such as tom sachs,robert indiana hugo rondine,this one in front of us is by rachel,harrison,i love that telephone sticking out there,on the top,but here in the back is another favorite,of mine from the show this is by an,artist diana al hadid,and she creates these sculptures that,have,baroque and figurative elements,they really live in the sort of,in-between state between construction,and deconstruction and i love how,she emphasizes features that are,more particular to painting than say,sculpture,and i think she just captures it so,beautifully and the details here just,really draw me into her works,next we're walking a couple blocks down,to lehman maupin gallery,to see a pretty new exhibit it is a,series of paintings by the artist,angel otero,and this exhibit is titled the fortune,of having been there,and otero has a really interesting,technique that he employs he creates,what are called these paint skins,and,he does this by painting on large sheets,of glass and then he scrapes the,partially dried oil paint from the,surface,and then collages them together on,canvas to create a more abstract work in,the same way that you would take,scraps of newspaper or pictures,traditionally when you're collaging he,does that with paint,and,in this exhibit atera mixes this,technique with traditional paint on,canvas to create works that are,less abstract and more recognizable as,objects that we know like for example,here's a chandelier and a bed,and he focuses on particularly domestic,interiors and still lives and landscapes,and,the images that otera,depicts are from his childhood such as,his grandmother's home in puerto rico,as well as references from art history,such as joan mitchell's vibrant palette,to george brock's use of space,so,so,overall otera is exploring my personal,favorite space which is the space,between representation and abstraction,and i think the reason i love when,artists do this so much is that it lets,the viewer be a part of the work to,explore our own relationship to,history and memory and the depths

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5 Tips For Getting Your Work In Art Galleries

5 Tips For Getting Your Work In Art Galleries

hello out there,David Miller Phoenix Arizona multimedia,artist and educator I also happen to,work in an art gallery so today I'm,going to tell you five tips on getting,your work into art galleries this is,something that I've learned over 20,years I've also learned it because I,work in the art gallery and it is also,advice that comes from the curator of,our particular art gallery number one,you should have a consistent body of,work of at least 20 pieces when you are,submitting to a gallery and let's break,that down consistent means that there is,a particular theme to all of your work,or a particular look to it it isn't a,collection of your greatest hits and it,isn't a collection of different media it,is at least 20 pieces large now one of,the reasons for having at least 20,pieces is you need to fill up a gallery,space and if there's only like 10 pieces,that's not enough to fill all the walls,in most galleries also it's less stuff,that the gallery can sell these 20 or,more pieces need to be well crafted and,they can't be like seven great ones and,13 bad ones,they shouldn't be 16 great ones and four,bad ones,it really needs to be at least 20 of the,best things you can make that hang,together and have a theme that is,explainable and relatable to the general,public my second tip for you is to,attend the gallery openings this is,where you can actually introduce,yourself to the curators or other,managers of the gallery this is where,you get to see how the gallery actually,functions,this is how the curator knows that you,have interest in the gallery space,itself and aren't just interested hey,I've got artwork and I want to put it,somewhere you know that's where a lot of,people go wrong is nothing just sort of,be a real scatter shot with their,artwork they think that it's so great,that it would be privileged to put your,stuff up in this space like you the,gallery you should be honored that I am,interested in you well if you want to,have the gallery interested in you you,should show some initiative and attend,the openings my third tip for you is to,see if the work is actually a good fit,in the gallery so of course you can,attend the openings and see if there's,our work that has some relationship to,the kind of things that you do but it's,also worth your time to look on the,gallery's web page and see what previous,shows they've had do they have any,artists that you actually like have they,ever shown artwork that is exactly the,same as yours or have they recently,shown things that are so similar that,you aren't likely to be accepted do you,think your work actually belongs in this,space and with the curators vision my,fourth tip for you is to have good,documentation of your artwork when,you're submitting it what I mean by that,is you probably at some point have to,hire a photographer to photograph your,sculptures and your paintings and not,just any photographer but somebody who's,got a reputation and is good at,photographing artwork if all you do is,set your

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Why Modern Art Is So Expensive | So Expensive

Why Modern Art Is So Expensive | So Expensive

modern art is expensive from completely,white canvases to simple abstract colors,these seemingly basic works can cost you,millions so what makes their price so,high and how can they possibly be worth,this much money,Modern Art is a wide field covering,everything from around 1870 to 1970 but,say modern art to someone on the street,and chances are they possibly picture,something like this at the turn of the,century art changed from the birth of,abstract Impressionism to the,minimalists and even performance art art,was no longer just about representing,the world with skill that skill faded,away after photography was invented,once photography was invented that was a,skill that camera could do so artists no,longer felt that that was their primary,reason for making art art isn't about,beauty that's it never was really are,generally became more conceptual and,more challenging but this change wasn't,popular with everyone in a 2016 study of,the British public twenty-eight percent,of people don't consider this art,sixty five percent of people don't think,this is art an eighty three percent of,the public definitely don't consider,this to be art over a hundred years,after its creation the work is still,somehow as divisive and controversial as,ever with the public but that hasn't,stopped record prices being sent I think,most people think that modern or,contemporary artists are having a laugh,at their expense and nobody wants to,feel at all for many who are immediately,dismissive of these pieces frustration,also often comes when they see the price,most of us I think tend to be cynics and,we I think a lot of times associate art,with value and that I think that,triggers the question of well why why is,it that much or why such a high value if,you know I could probably do this think,unless you're in the market and actively,buying art there's no need to look at,art and think of a price tag,it shouldn't I mean it shouldn't be the,way you look at art for the artists,involved what looks simple can be the,culmination of a lifetime's work take,the black square for example painted by,turn-of-the-century avant-garde artist,Casimir Malkovich this simple black,painting didn't come out of nowhere it's,the result of 20 years of simplification,and development when it was shown the,black square was a revolutionary symbol,exhibited at the top corner of the room,a spot reserved for Orthodox religious,icons making this work wasn't exactly an,easy decision either and in 1930,Stalin's regime confiscated Malevich's,artworks and manuscripts and he was,jailed for two months yes the white,canvases are or the black canvases are,very rarely all they've done they,haven't just come out of schools that I,could paint a black canvas I mean as,much as we might think we could do that,yes we could do that but the artist has,thought of it and probably had a journey,quite a long journey and a process to,get there the works aren't just made for,profit it's often only after the artist,is dead that th

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