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Pashmin Art Management

ART MANAGEMENT AND ARTIST MANAGEMENT

Pashmin Art specialises in art and artist management.

In the beginning it is an idea, then a concept and finally it becomes a work of craftsmanship. Pashmin Art has a common goal, which is to establish the vision of the artists on the international market. They want to create a basis for the future marketing of art that builds different nations and cultures. Their projects inspire and stimulate desire.

Artists need to dedicate themselves to their art and to creating art. Pashmin art connects the artistic talent to commercial success and communicates the message of the art to collectors and art lovers internationally. The main objective is to break down prejudices and connect people with the support of art. All kinds of art, whether abstract or realistic: painting, graphic design, drawing, sculpture and photography, etc. The artists develop their artistic visions into meaningful works of art. But even after this creation, the artworks are not considered complete. On the contrary, the journey has only just begun.

Art should not remain in an atelier, but should be shown to art lovers. The aim is to make art accessible to an audience in various galleries, art fairs or art museums around the world. In addition to a historical and artistic classification of the works with individual advice, various projects are developed that allow access to national and international presentations.

Exhibition concepts in galleries, museums, famous art exhibitions and participation in auctions are realised on the basis of a marketing plan which promotes the development of the artist. By participating in auctions, the value on the art market automatically increases.

With Pashmin Art Management, art is in professional hands.

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