Everything You've Always Wanted To Know About Collecting Fine Art Photography
AIRED ON: Oct 6, 2011
Peter Fetterman discusses the fundamentals of fine art photography, including the history of the photography market, what creates the value of a photograph and the current "blue chip" photographers.
Peter Fetterman has been deeply involved in photography for over 30 years. Initially a filmmaker and collector, he set up his first photo gallery more than 20 years ago. He was one of the pioneer tenants when Bergamot Station, the Santa Monica arts complex where his gallery is located, opened in 1994.
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