Public collectors are aware of this process, growing the number of prestigious museums that promote this dynamic conscious about the evolution of culture, and the revalorization that this process produces in their collection of original certified pieces. Another issue is whether or not the derivative pieces incorporate enough value to the creation in order to be considered it a new art work of considerable transcendence and receive the support of critics, curators, the public and the market.
In any case, we can be thankful that the clarification of the audiovisual market that VideoArtWorld actively promotes has broken barriers insisting upon the respect of the right to access culture, and explains how the divulgation and massive access to the work does nothing else but contribute to the value of the original piece and increase the artist’s international recognition and respect in the intellectual networking spheres.
Because of this, distribution of compressed DVD copies for private or educational use as well as files adapted to telematic communication, strongly helps the representative galleries to reach international audiences and revalorize the artist and his or her entire body of work.
Fortunately, far are the days of the incongruent secrecy of works reserved to the exclusive eye of the collector, castrating their ability to ever reach the category of a masterpiece.