"This conversation rules!"
That's the word from Hilarious, and the latest comment posted in the ongoing discussion of artist James Lorca Garcia Velazquez , who thinks Denver's art market is too "commercialized" and so is moving to New York.
His parting words in his Show and Tell interview with Tiffany Fitzgerald: "I will not miss showing my work in this city, and I am quite surprised that people still go to galleries, or even buy art at all."
That prompted this from Nothing:
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Bitter much? Just because Denver does not bring you enough glory does not mean you will find great success in NY. I own a gallery in Denver and yes it can be difficult to sell art here but to blame it on the collectors and the city in general is a weak and false argument.
Is Denver's art market too commercialized? Or is the problem not the art market, but the artist? Join the conversation here.