Wondering what peoples thoughts are on this issue; during the jury process an artist submits a set of photos for a market that are of their work but don't represent the work they will be offering for sale.
At the market there are 2 scenarios, artist has pieces from their jury photos in their booth but the pieces are just display/sales props and not for sale. Or, items for sale have no resemblance to jury work at all and none being used as sales props. The work being sold is no where near the caliber of work in jury photos.
In a perfect world the event planners would step in and rectify the problem but that doesn't seem to happen. Is this common practice, only noticed now that more events have jury photos on their websites? (I'm assuming it also goes on with jury panels looking at actual works and not just photos)
Have I just been naive?