The purpose of this contemporary art blog is to demystify the contemporary art market. I'm comfortable working with high end galleries and the artists that they represent but I'm also at ease and featuring them in this contemporary art blog. I’m also at ease with more experimental galleries and emerging artists in parts of the city that can be gritty or sketchy and I love showing their work in my contemporary art blog. I can visit the studios of some of the wealthiest and most important contemporary artists in the world and present them in this contemporary art blog and the next day be in Brooklyn following a 20 year old graffiti artist who works in an almost clandestine way and admire both equally. I can recommend my clients or introduce to the audience of my contemporary art blog works by either artist and be thrilled that I can incorporate their art in the houses of people I work with.
I also love incorporating bits and pieces of this contemporary art blog in other social media platforms. I have been focusing all these years on demystifying the common misconceptions that prevent people from actually collecting art in a meaningful way and this contemporary art blog is one of the tools that I use to accomplish that objective. Who says that contemporary art is exclusive of the museum walls? And who says that the art world should be limited to just the one percent? Who made up those rules? This contemporary art blog is changing the game and showing a different way and a different face of the contemporary art world. Human beings are full of layers and my philosophy of living with art is established in the idea of making people happy while at the same time making them smarter, sharper, better human beings through this contemporary art blog.