CAROLL MICHELS

Career Coach & Artist-Advocate

Art Critics

 


Art critics bring to the art world and to the public a point of view for experiencing,  interpreting or understanding visual art. Art critics review exhibitions, and write feature articles and essays for catalogs. 



Art Critics List. 

Format: Paper printout. Sent via snail mail. Snail mail addresses are formatted for reproduction onto labels.

 Includes 134 email addresses and 96 snail mail addresses of art critics who write for print and digital publications and blogs primarily in the New York area. List also contains critics in Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other cities. Let art critics know about your exhibitions and projects for the purpose of reviewing your shows and writing feature articles. Updated on an ongoing basis. $40

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Art Critics List with Excel Email Database.

Format: Excel database of email addresses of art critics  Paper printout of snail mail addresses. Email addresses sent via email. Snail mail addresses sent via snail mail, formatted for reproduction onto labels.

Includes 134 email addresses and 96 snail mail addresses of art critics who write for print and digital publications and blogs primarily in the New York area. List also contains critics in Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other cities. Let art critics know about your exhibitions and projects for the purpose of reviewing your shows and writing feature articles.  Updated on an ongoing basis. $55

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Lists can also be ordered by fax or snail mail. 

 

 

 

 

Excerpts from How to Survive & Prosper as an Artist

Studio Visits

"Believe it or not, dealers dread studio visits as much as artists dread having them visit. Both parties are nervous and uncomfortable. Dealers are uneasy because they do not like to be put on the spot on an artist's turf. They feel more comfortable rejecting an artist or being vague in their own territory. Dealers also feel anxious about the reception they will receive. They fear that an artist will use the studio visit to give the dealer a taste of the same medicine the artist received in the gallery. . .You have the power to set things up so that the studio visit accomplishes something positive.”


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