Nick Freer comment: The fine art of balancing revenues and relaxation
Art Business

Nick Freer comment: The fine art of balancing revenues and relaxation

Having set my out of office& when I do check the inbox my pulse level rises rapidly, says Freer. Picture: Stewart Attwood. The annual summer vacation is here, time to relax in a Mediterranean breeze and put the trials and tribulations of 21st century life behind me for a couple of weeks. But wait a minute, getting up at 4am, struggling through the airport for a delayed flight, then picking up a hire car in the searing heat dazed and confused suddenly doesn’t seem like a passport to a holiday chillout. Fast-forward a couple of days and things are settling down towards something approaching relaxation. We’ve found a nice beach nearby, the pool in the complex is pretty decent, and in spite of being at the extreme end of the dermatological disadvantage spectrum on the pigment front, I’ve managed to escape serious sunburn so far. Having set my out of office with what I thought was a fairly robust instruction that I was most definitely planning to get away from things for a while, when I do check the inbox my pulse level rises rapidly when I see that more than one client has been in touch to request […]

OrangeniusInc Tweets