Being a professional artist requires transversal skills and capabilities, which can not always be acquired in an academic context.
The art world is full of risks and the possibility of failure is just around the corner, especially if your artistic production is not protected and managed at best.
The interview with the artist Simone Fugazzotto allows us to understand the stages of the path of a professional artist and the difficulties to be faced.
The key points of the artist’s profession are:
- During the emerging phase, select gallerists that are able to support and promote the career of their artist according to a project of growth and collaboration;
- Cultivating a lasting relationship of mutual trust, with collectors who believe in the vision and growth of the artist;
- To manage a tidy and precise artworks archive, in order to keep track of the works, to protect and enhance the artistic production, in favor of collectors and professionals in the sector;
- Being able to develop a communication strategy with the aim of building a solid base of enthusiasts who follow the progress of the artist over time;
Thanks to these fundamental key points, today the artist Simone Fugazzotto has built a solid base of collectors all over the world, established relationships with professionals of the art system and his works are exhibited in important museums and art galleries in the world .
Simone Fugazzotto’s path to become a professional artist started from Milan up to New York, relating himself with two totally different artistic worlds and learning to make a living from his art.