The galleries like to tell us that behind a work of art hung on a house wall there is a whole journey, a story, a path from the artist to the gallery to the gallery to the audience.

Therefore, the role of the gallery is fundamental because, in addition to determining the artists and works that will be part of the gallery’s exhibit and backgrounds, it must provide a whole series of services that will facilitate the relationship with the clients, future cliens and gallery collectors. The gallery must therefore provide an appropriate context to inform, guide and advise all of them. Collectors seek to learn about the creative processes of artists and their context to, in this way, work on the ability to identify works that fit best with the criteria that structure their acquisitions.