Wim Delvoye's endorsement—expressing regret that such a guide wasn't available during his formative years—encapsulates the essence of the book. It's more than just a guide; it's a mirror reflecting the evolving landscape of the art world, the shifting sands of what constitutes success, and the perennial dance between art and commerce.
In conclusion, “How to Be a Successful Contemporary Artist from A to Z” is not just a book. It's a statement—a commentary on the intersection of art, business, and self-promotion in today's world. It provokes, challenges, and, most importantly, empowers. Through its pages and illustrations, Leroy Brothers invite every artist, every dreamer, to take charge of their narrative, to navigate the complexities of the art industry, and to carve a niche in the vast tapestry of contemporary art. It's a clarion call, urging artists to dream, to dare, and to define their own version of success.