Art Tour Europe

Art Tour Europe

As Marcus Garvey used to say, people without knowledge of their origin, history or their culture are like trees without roots. A country's culture is one of its most cherished assets, and it must be kept alive at all costs. Unfortunately, people no longer show the same interest in art and culture as they once did, and I can honestly tell you that affirming oneself in the modern art industry takes a lot of time, courage, determination, ambition and hard work. There are many ways in which an artist can draw the attention upon him and his work, from organizing art galleries or an art tour Europe to donating his work to charity, the latter being particularly great for emerging artists. 

I know firsthand that art tours are particularly useful for new artists who fight hard to revive people's interest in culture, and here I will tell you more about the main benefits of organizing an art tour in Europe. Milan, Paris or London are only three of Europe's most notable cultural and artistic centers - these cities have always been appreciated by artists of all sorts, from visual artists, actors and street performers to interior designers or fashion designers. Milan, Paris and Dusseldorf are widely regarded as the "Fashion Capitals" of Europe, and they can be a great starting point for artists who love to paint, draw, sculpt or sketch not for the money, but for the beauty of it.   

How Organizing an Art Tour in Europe Helped Me Become More Visible In The Art World. An art tour has several important benefits that every artist should take into account, especially if you specialize in fine or contemporary art, which can be particularly difficult to sell. For instance, if you are a painter or a sculptor and you have prepared a new collection that you want to share with the whole world, an art tour can certainly increase your visibility on the market, and this is exactly what happened to me. On the other hand, established artists can also use art tours to make a comeback or to expand their professional connections: art tours and galleries are often visited by other artists, not just by art admirers and collectors, therefore they can be a great way for artists to meet other like-minded people and to develop mutually beneficial long-term relationships.   

At the same time, I can honestly say that art tours are a great opportunity for artists to sell some of their work and finance their future endeavors. The equipment and materials that we use come with hefty prices, therefore we must sell our work on a constant basis. Most of the time, artists choose to advertise their work in the online environment, and I did that as well. However, the truth is that nothing compares to a live exposition where the potential prospects have the chance to look at the piece of work, analyze its texture and such. Art tours can generate great revenues for artists who have decided to broaden their horizons and to sell their products on the international market. 

As a contemporary artist, I must say that abstract art is very popular and sought-after these days, but unfortunately not everybody understands this form of art, or the artist that tries to express himself through abstract pieces. This is why organizing an art tour can help the abstract artist make sure that he will only attract people who are interested in what he has to offer. People who enjoy abstract art (or any other form of art, for that matter) are looking for real-life, face to face interaction with the artist, this is why they prefer attending live expositions and galleries over static and often impersonal online websites or marketplaces that sell art. I've been there and I've done that!

Art and Culture
are often a silent applause
in Humanity's Cross-border Dealings
Are 7.6 billion independent, individual and inviolable reasons enough,
to claim our rightful human dignity, - let our art & culture-voice be heard!

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