It’s official: after seeming months of dithering, Finesilver‘s Houston location has a sign up to lease the space.
Bill-maybe you could lease the Finesilver space for one of your installations much like you paid Inman for the Forever Rafter show at their space.
is that like a dig or something? It sounds snarky.
Rainey hates the word ‘snarky, titus. Don’t you pay attention? What do you think Kara Walker would think of the new cover of New Yorker? One of the best responses yet is that the far far, knuckle dragging right, will think it is a photograph!
Bill paid Inman?
Hell yes, that’s what he told me.
Where are the comments about the possibilities of an artist paying a gallery for shows (i.e.Bill paying for Forever Rafter to be exhibited)? They are commercial galleries after all, and he is obviously not ashamed of doing so nor the doors it has opened for him since. It is certainly one approach, maybe even a common one? I hope this discussion was not purposefully deleted. Keeping it real, Pat.
we switched servers and they were accidentally moved here:
Re: those traveling on glass tires . . .
Forever Rafter was hosted by Inman Gallery as part of their regular exhibition program. It was my fifth solo show with them, and they represent my work on an ongoing basis. There was no gallery rental involved. Inman provided the gallery, I provided the work, as always.
We’ll hash this out at Tacos-a-Go-Go. Keep it real-just apparently not on Glasstire.
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