All in One

Western Art Collector - - LETTER EDITOR FROM THE - Sin­cerely, Joshua Rose Editor

There are so many facets to the Western art market that we find it nearly im­pos­si­ble to cover ev­ery­thing ev­ery sin­gle month. But we do. As the only monthly mag­a­zine ded­i­cated solely to the market for his­toric and con­tem­po­rary Western art, we feel that is our re­spon­si­bil­ity to keep col­lec­tors in­formed of ev­ery­thing hap­pen­ing each month, from auc­tions to mu­seum ex­hi­bi­tions to gallery shows and artists groups.

And this isn’t go­ing un­no­ticed. When auc­tion houses across the coun­try get a con­sign­ment of Western art for an up­com­ing auc­tion, we are al­ways the first peo­ple they call. In fact, in this is­sue, you can see proof of this in ad­ver­tise­ments from auc­tions such as Her­itage, Santa Fe Art Auc­tion, Les­lie Hind­man, Brunk Auc­tions and Sotheby’s. They come to us be­cause they know that the peo­ple who read this mag­a­zine are the best and most ac­tive col­lec­tors on the market to­day. They know our read­ers are the po­ten­tial buy­ers of these works of art and plac­ing an ad with us en­sures that these works will be seen by the right au­di­ence.

Of course, we take pride in all of this. We love what we do. We love shin­ing the spot­light on Western art events all across the coun­try. We love find­ing gallery shows, mu­seum ex­hi­bi­tions, auc­tions, new ac­qui­si­tions, col­lec­tor homes, newsy sto­ries—any­thing that gives our read­ers in­sight into the market for his­toric and con­tem­po­rary art. And, more than any­thing else, we love com­ing up with story ideas that no­body else has dis­cov­ered. Our front-of-the-mag­a­zine col­umns are all fresh and in­sight­ful sto­ries on timely hap­pen­ings in Western art. And I can as­sure you that you will read about those first on the pages of this mag­a­zine. This is what we do. This is, again, what we love.

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