The enthusiast The photography or photographic art enthusiast is a type of purchaser that has a distinct feel for aesthetics and a passion for collecting. The enthusiast takes perfection, beauty and harmony of nature and art seriously. They seek to purchase exclusive and limited art, and increasingly also photographic art. They will make a decision … Continue reading Target groups for limited fine art photography
The list of the most expensive photographs shows the current market movement and the current trend, whereby photography is now generally recognised as art. Photographs and photographic art items are sometimes traded for prices that, 10 years ago, only paintings would have been worth. The recognition is due to the fact that photographs – previously … Continue reading The most expensive photographs
Experimental photography is an important part of artistic photography. While photography* has a general documentary character and depicts reality, in experimental photography all available opportunities are used for chronicling and alienation during photography, in the photo laboratory and the digital development stages. Experimental photography is associated with techniques commonly used for silver halide photography, such … Continue reading Experimental photography
Inside-Gallery photographs are prepared in a way that is best suited for value preservation. The value of the photography is determined by the material value, the immaterial value, and supply and demand at the time of purchase. The safe refinements using Liquid Gloss or protection behind a museum acrylic plate keep the photography optimally protected … Continue reading How do I see the value and quality of a photograph?
Until the sale is carried out, it is difficult to determine how stable the value of a piece of photography is or how much it will increase. As the art market is based on other mechanisms than “supply and demand”, it is important that artwork is produced in high quality, is limited and has been … Continue reading Optimal value stability with photographic art?
When purchasing art, the general goal is to increase the value of a piece of artwork. As a rule, a piece of photographic artwork that is bought early on has more potential for value increase. The Inside-Gallery price model adheres to this basic principle, as the editions we sell are strictly limited and the prices … Continue reading Optimal value increase for photographic art?
“Modern” means visual art that meets the general prevailing taste of a certain time or reflects it. An exact timespan is not defined in the general term of modern art. From this definition it can be seen that an assessment of modern photographic art and its artists cannot realistically be classed as modern – this … Continue reading What is modern art in photography?
Perfectly developed and strictly limited photography comes with a price – there is no question about it. Aside from the effort that goes into finding a suitable motif, and copying and developing it perfectly, there are a wide range of factors that also have an effect on the price and therefore the value of a … Continue reading The material value of photography
Definition of the terms and styles Artistic photography or photographic art means pictures or projections that are produced using photographic methods and which aim to convey a content-related or formal message. Commercial use is not the direct purpose, but the desired result of most artists. In artistic photography, pictures/photographs are also defined as “work”, “photographic … Continue reading Artistic photography – art or decoration?
Where and how do you hang your photograph? The ideal format The ideal format is, of course, determined by the space available. Inside-Gallery is a specialist for large picture sizes or large formats. These begin mostly with a short side length of 60cm and end with an average of 120cm; large formats have short side … Continue reading Placing photographs