Make the most of exhibitions

There is no one way to get an exhibition, and much of your success will depend on your reputation, patience, professionalism, existing network, serendipity and, of course, the quality of your work.

As with many other opportunities, exhibitions become easier to get once you have begun having them – one of the many classic ‘chicken and egg’ situations in the art world.

Laura Buckley talks below about how to maximise on the opportunities an exhibition provides to get – and keep – the ball rolling.

For more information on working with galleries, and what to expect from the relationship between galleries and artists, watch our ArtlawTV interview with Rene Gimpel from Gimpel Fils.

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