Private Air Luxury Homes Magazine: The Art of Doing Business

Written by Park West Gallery Collector, Gina Samarotto, Samarotto Design Group

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PRIVATE AIR LUXURY HOMES MAGAZINE — In the realm of attracting and retaining artists and collectors, few do it better than the colossal Park West Gallery headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. The gallery has mastered the craft of bringing artists and top tier collectors together in a way that leaves each feeling as if they’ve been singled out for privilege.

When asked why the approach was so resoundingly successful, Park West Gallery Founder and CEO Albert Scaglione put it elegantly,

“Art speaks to people on many levels. It’s personal. And we recognize that profoundly. Our ability to bring some of the world’s finest art — and artists — directly to collectors is transformational in their personal relationship with the art they choose to bring home.

“For artists who enjoy exposure to collectors of their work, it’s transformational for them as well. For example, I was recently in France, and Jean-Claude Picot told me how witnessing collectors respond to his work energizes him to work more. He’s not alone in that sentiment. Passion begets passion.”

It would seem that Mr. Scaglione has it right, at the core of the matter is one very human trait… passion begets passion and passion is, clearly, very good business. Continue reading online →

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One Response to Private Air Luxury Homes Magazine: The Art of Doing Business

  1. Dan Maki says:

    Loved this article. Well written and insightful. Hope to see more like these from Ms. Samarotto.

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