Philip Koch, is a professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, specializing in landscape realism. He has also been a Clark Hulings Fund Grant Review Panelist for 3 years running. In this episode of the Thriving Artist Podcast, Philip talks about the significance of genre/style for an artistic career, and the business end (selling things) via galleries and dealers. Topics include:
- Crossing the abstract/realism divide
- Genre biases and reaching one’s artistic/career potential
- The avante garde in light of its predecessors
- Education and the role of history and tradition
- Getting work into galleries
- The universal grammar of art
- Being a panelist (and applying for a grant) at CHF
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