Posted by Aboriginal Art Directory | 27.03.08
Welcome to AboriginalArtDirect. Our goal is to provide you with a thought-provocative newsletter on the events and trends in the industry.
In this edition our feature article by Jeremy Eccles examines how you buy your art and key moral questions facing every buyer in the Aboriginal art market.
We hope you enjoy our second issue of AboriginalArtDirect,
The Aboriginal Art Directory Team
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