Meet Ina Jungmann

VOYAGELA INTERVIEW WITH WHY NOT ART ARTIST INA JUNGMANN

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ina Jungmann.

Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?

I was born in Germany, lived in Japan for six years when I was a child and moved to Los Angeles in my teenage years. The difficulty of having to learn another language with every move made me uneasy with verbal communication. The upside of this was that it made me explore the world visually. Art and design was something universal and I always wanted to pursue it.
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The Timing of Art

THE TIMING OF ART

We are as obsessed with time as ever. “Being a slave to our agenda” is a cliché and we are used to the fact that everyone is always in a massive rush. Life without a smartphone is unfathomable and it appears that smart watches are now prerequisites for success. As a new mom, I am still wrapping my head around some recent advice that I need an Apple watch to be a good parent…
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Decoding Art Market Jargon

DECODING ART MARKET JARGON

 

Sometimes it seems like the art market has a language of its own. It may be that the specific terminology makes it easier for well-seasoned collectors, established gallery owners, and long standing artists to communicate with one another. But it also alienates emerging collectors and young artists, making them feel like foreigners that just stepped into a world to which they do not belong.
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