Interview by Andy Romanoff Daniel Miller is always thinking about where the market for photography is going. I’ve watched as he experimented with pop-up galleries and followed his early decision to put energy into the world of online sales. He’s not a guy who bemoans what was; instead I see him working hard to bring something new into existence. With the changes of the last few months only accelerating the ongoing shifts in the gallery world, I thought it might be interesting to sit down with Daniel and see what he was thinking about right now. AR – Hi Daniel, let’s start here. How have you fared since the worldwide epidemic began? DM – We were fortunate to have eight years of daily online-selling experience with YourDailyPhotograph.com before COVID-19. Having thousands of collectors and data points to analyze what collectors are buying and are not buying online is helpful. You’d be surprised. For example, online, there is a distinct difference in sales between a horizontal and vertical photograph, if all other variables are the same. Also, some works that...
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