My book loves to travel!
Truly taken by all the amazing pictures I saw at the fair, incredible huge impressive lanscapes, views, trees, snow and sea! With that I am fan of Sebastiao Salgado, Richards Mosse, Tim Parchikov, Jean- luc Mylayne and Darren Almond.
DARREN ALMOND ,,I AM FAN!
LOVED ART BASEL..I DO MISS THE ACTUAL ARTIST, THE SPICE THAT I HOPED IT WOULD HAVE BROUGHT TO A PAINTING OR A SCULPTURE. AS IF ALL THE ARTWORKS ARE TRYING TO SELL THEM THEMSELVES, SCREAMING FOR ATTENTION OF THEIR REAL MEANING WHY THEY ARE THERE. THEY SEEM IDENTITYDEAD, THE BRIGDE BETWEEN EXHIBITOR AND VISITOR IS BIGGER THAN I THOUGHT I REGRET THAT, WHERE IS THE STORY ? WHY IS ART THE WAY IT IS , WHO CAN TELL US, WHO IS WILLING TO TAKE THE TIME TO EXPLAIN. ARE WE FAST PASSERS, VISITORS WHO TICK THEIR LIST BY SAYING WE DID ARTBASEL. LOVED THE DEVOTION OF THE TASCHEN CREW ,WELL DONE, ENTHUSIASTIC FULL OF STORIES AND INSIDE INFORMATION ON THE ARTISTS THEY PRESENT!COOL !!
How important is a day at the office to accomplish or to pitch the client long waited for, better said how important is THE day at the office to pitch.
Assuming there are 5 pitches on each day of the week.
By Friday the client will be so overwhelmed with the quantity and quality of work that he will find it impossible to make a decision.His thinking will go like this:
Monday:great meeting, great work, nice people
Tuesday:great meeting, great people, nice work
Wednesday:good meeting, very fresh work, lovely young people
Thursday: yet another great meeting, nice people, fine work.
Friday : another meeting, I don’t know
The odds are that he will pick the tuesday presentation, the second meeting because he was still clear-headed then.
Monday was too early, nothing to judge by. Wednesday and Thursday were like eating too much chocolate .