2011 has been an interesting year in the art market. While it can be difficult to find hard figures on the state of the market, we have seen the slow recovery continue. As with the broader economy, the future of the art market is unclear (but hopeful) going into 2012.
What have you seen happening over the last year? Have your sales improved over 2010? What are your expectations for 2012?
We invite you to take a moment to respond to our State of the Art Survey and share your experience and perception of the market. We are compiling a sampling of artists from around the globe to get an idea of how business has been during 2011. The survey includes 11 questions and should only take a few minutes to complete.
The survey is administered by surveybuilder.com and is completely anonymous – there will be no way for us, or anyone else, to trace your responses back to you.
Please feel free to share the survey with all of your artist friends – the more participants we have the more valuable the information. The survey will be open until January 11th, 2012, and results will be published on our blog, www.reddotblog.com. If you aren’t already on our mailing list, be sure and sign up so that you can be notified of the results of the survey. Go to http://www.reddotblog.com/Contact/MailingList.asp.
Thank you for taking time to participate in the survey and for passing it on to other artists.
Best wishes for a great year of art sales for us all in 2012!
In his Amazon.com best-selling book, Xanadu Gallery owner Jason Horejs shares insights gained over a life-time in the art business.