Commercial Galleries 2014
Commercial Galleries are an important area of study as gallery representation can significantly influence the success of an artist by giving access to greater financial and exposure opportunities with the gallery sharing responsibility for promotion and sales. Commercial galleries’ artists make up the majority of artists exhibited in state museums and biennales and reviewed in art media. In the months when international survey shows are held in state museums, the local commercial galleries are simultaneously more likely to exhibit a male than female artist.

Our data collection on Commercial Galleries found 40% female artists, 55% male artists and 5% collaborations participated in 923 exhibitions in 2014. Artists listed as being represented by commercial galleries in the same period were 40% women and 58% men and 2% collaborations.
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