Why Do Smart, Polished, Meticulous Presentations Matter?

Finnegan, Stephanie
February 2014
Crafts Report;Feb2014, Vol. 40 Issue 454, p6
An introduction is offered which discusses the importance of presentation and curation in the sale of artwork as well as various reports within the issue on topics including graffiti and the exhibition of artwork.


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