We would like to thank you all for your trust and for having participated in the development of Rare Tempo gallery. We also apologize for the past few months during which some of you may have noticed a substantial slowdown in the gallery’s activity. During this time, we’ve been working on redefining our business model. We come back to you to announce a change in both the curatorial and creative direction. Business wise, the online sales system put in place will remain the same but the creative substance will take a whole new approach for which we are particularly excited to present you.
Dear friends and contributing artists,
IT’S NOT YOU, IT’S US. WE HAVEN’T BEEN A GOOD PARTNER TO YOU. ALSO, WE DIDN’T SELL ANY F***ING ART!
We will introduce a new dynamic for Rare Tempo and create an innovative curatorial approach which will be modeled on a modus operandi similar to a monthly magazine’s press committee. We would like to give a strong signature to our community and open a new way to let artists express their vision of the world. Our future artistic “chronicles” will find the same support already established, framed art, smartphone shell, wearables and so on…
We plan to organize weekly press reviews and select current affairs that we consider relevant in order to establish Rare Tempo “headlines”. These subjects will be submitted to our artists to whom we will give carte blanche. It is therefore not a commissioned work but rather art work which would find its source in a defined editorial line. In this way, Rare Tempo will produce a very new model of art gallery and at the same time offer a very unique exposure for artists and their work. The world is constantly changing and that is precisely why it needs art more than ever.
ART IS THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE THAT SPEAKS THE TRUTH TO PEOPLE.
With this idea, we’re obviously counting on your commitment to remaining our precious contributors whose artistic productions will be essential to the success of this ambitious project. Of course, we can imagine that this kind of concept does not correspond to your approach or your working technique and understand that you wouldn’t like to keep on collaborating with Rare Tempo. We would be sad to let you go but we believe that we have a duty to find dynamic solutions allowing our artists to earn money with their Art. We really want to explore this direction. If our approach inspires you, we will do everything in our power to ensure that your work is seen, purchased and talked about.
Emmanuel Gimeno and Nicholas Hinckley
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