Apr 13, 2022 | Jasmine Pegg
The relationship between a gallery and its artists has always been symbiotic, wherein one cannot thrive without the other. A gallery without its artists producing pieces is an empty room, and artists with nowhere to display their work have no audience. And though in recent years, there has been a surge of artists independently showcasing their creations to the public, galleries allow emerging artists to take on several other modes of promoting their art. From carrying out marketing efforts and the actual selling of their art to providing services such as financial management and client assessment, these services allow artists to focus more on their essence: to create.