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An Adventurer Explores the Art World

Con motivo del lanzamiento del libro de Erling Kagge “A Poor Collector’s Guide to Buying Great Art” , Gestalten, la editorial, ha creado este inspirador vídeo titulado “Un aventurero explora el mundo del arte.” Kagge, un explorador, abogado y escritor noruego, empieza la pieza recordando uno de los mejores consejos que recibió: “Piensa en el futuro, viaja ligero y deja tus miedos detrás.” Kagge, la primera persona en superar los “tres polos”, el Norte, el Sur, y la cima del Everest, cree que esta regla también se puede aplicar para empezar nuestro camino como coleccionistas en el mundo del arte.

Autor del lema: “Si lo puedes soñar, lo puedes hacer, el explorador nos cuenta que la pasión, la intuición y el conocimiento son importantes para construir una colección, incluso si tenemos presupuesto limitado. Muy influenciad por su espíritu aventurero, Kagge nos recuerda que “Coleccionas con tus ojos, pero también con tu nariz y tus orejas.” Basado en su propia experiencia, ha creado esta guía para eso que quieren comprar piezas de arte pero no saben como o dónde hacerlo.

Y para terminar algunas de sus claves para ser un coleccionista de éxito:

1. Obsesiónate.
2. Acepta que no hay reglas, sólo tratos.
3. Ama la pieza, no el precio.
4. Ten talento para el talento.

On the occasion of the Erling Kagge “A Poor Collector’s Guide to Buying Great Art” book launch, Gestalten, the publisher, has created an inspiring video called “An Adventurer Explores the Art World.” Kagge, a Norwegian explorer, lawyer and writer starts the piece remembering one of the best piece of advice he ever received “Think ahead, travel light and leave your fears behind you”.  Kagge, the first person to surmount the “three poles”, North, South and the Summit of Everest, thinks that this rule can also be applied to start a path as collector in the art world.

Author of the motto: “If you can dream it, you can do it.”, the explorer says that passion, intuition and knowledge are important to build a collection, even on a limited budget. Absolutely influenced by his arduous explorer spirit, Kagge reminds us that “You collect with your eyes, but also with your nose and your ears.” Based on his own experience, he has created the guide to those who want to buy art but don’t know how or where to do it.

Here are some of the main keys to be successful art collector:

1. Be obsessed.
2. Accept that there are no rules, only deals.
3. Love the piece, not the price.
4. Have a talent for talent.

On the occasion of the Erling Kagge “A Poor Collector’s Guide to Buying Great Art” book launch, Gestalten, the publisher, has created an inspiring video called “An Adventurer Explores the Art World.” Kagge, a Norwegian explorer, lawyer and writer starts the piece remembering one of the best piece of advice he ever received “Think ahead, travel light and leave your fears behind you”.  Kagge, the first person to surmount the “three poles”, North, South and the Summit of Everest, thinks that this rule can also be applied to start a path as collector in the art world.

Author of the motto: “If you can dream it, you can do it.”, the explorer says that passion, intuition and knowledge are important to build a collection, even on a limited budget. Absolutely influenced by his arduous explorer spirit, Kagge reminds us that “You collect with your eyes, but also with your nose and your ears.” Based on his own experience, he has created the guide to those who want to buy art but don’t know how or where to do it.

Here are some of the main keys to be successful art collector:

1. Be obsessed.
2. Accept that there are no rules, only deals.
3. Love the piece, not the price.
4. Have a talent for talent.

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