Antonio Puri on fairness for artists in the marketplace, religion, identity and more – an Artblog Radio podcast
Roberta and Libby interview Antonio Puri in this 21-minute podcast for Artblog Radio.

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Antonio Puri created a barter marketplace for artists called Art4Barter. He has organized at least 12 editions of the market/exhibition all over the world. Puri, who lives in Philadelphia, and shows his work many places around the world, believes that an artist should have affiliations with around 15 galleries in order to “make it” financially. Hear more of what the Indian-born, American-trained artist and lawyer has to say about his art and the art world — and lots more — in this episode of Artblog Radio. Here’s a link to Antonio’s website, and for pictures from our interview see this Flickr set.

Antonio Puri in his North Philadelphia studio
Antonio Puri in his North Philadelphia studio

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antonio puri, art4barter, artblog radio, edges, finances, galleries, markets, podcast, religion, string

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