This innovative startup wants to let hopeful young artists and collectors know that they are not alone.
LONDON, UK, July 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Maria Artoul, the founder of International Art Organization (IBA), is on a mission to change the landscape of the art market by creating a whole new one that is easily accessible to emerging artists and young art collectors. Aware that the art market can be extremely exclusive, IBA wishes to offer support to young artists and collectors so that they earn a living doing what they love.
Having witnessed exclusion as an artist and photographer with her own eyes, Maria says she is well aware that young artists are often exploited.
“I find it hard to understand why the art world can be so hard on young artists and collectors,” she says. “And that’s exactly why IBA was born. We won’t sleep or give up on our goal of creating a market that appeals to all art lovers, regardless of gender, background, age or race. IBA will bring the art world closer together from all over the world!
Maria explains that IBA does not want to conflict with the existing market, but rather to create a new one by creating a community of artists and collectors, thus opening new doors and opportunities.
“By supporting young artists, we believe we will create a hopeful future for the art world that has been extremely exclusive to the elite and make it accessible to everyone. I truly believe that if young artists and young collectors come together, we can build an incredible new art market, separating us from the exclusive traditional art market.
For more information on this innovative startup, visit the website at https://iba.art.
About the international art body
Founded by artist, photographer and entrepreneur Maria Artoul who has studied the art market in depth for several years, International Body of Art is an innovative platform created to engage and inspire young artists and art collectors around the world. to come together and form an accessible support group and community.
International arts organization [IBA]