It’s every artist’s dream to have their work in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art (New York). It means you’re part of the history of art. But Michael Hafftka’s is focusing on the present and the future. His creative career is going strong after more than four decades as an internationally acclaimed visual artist. His accomplishments check all the boxes for achieving the status of a legend in the art world. His work has been recognized by renowned art critics from The Sunday Times of London and The New York Times.
In this podcast, Hafftka discusses his career from the 1970’s to the present, how he’s embraced social media, and the “dying gallery model”. If you want to know how an artist achieves longevity in his career and what it takes to persist, listen to what art legend Michael Hafftka has to say.
As a photographer and Patent Attorney with a background in marketing, Steve has a unique perspective on art, law, and business. He is currently serving as the Chief Product Officer at Artrepreneur. You can find his photography at artrepreneur.com or through Fremin Gallery in NYC.