An Artist’s Guide to Exposure

Exposure is a good thing. It can get an artist noticed by new clients. It can open new doors and enhance a CV. Exposure can bring with it opportunities never before imagined and forge new links in great places.

However, exposure will not support you and is not your friend. It will not put food on your table. It will not give you clothes or shelter. It will not pay your bills or support your family.

You can die from exposure.

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