Art Dirt: What Can Galleries Do For Artists In 2019?

by Glasstire August 4, 2019
Hauser and Wirth Gallery in Los Angeles California

Hauser & Wirth’s Los Angeles gallery complex

In this Art Dirt podcast, Brandon Zech and Christina Rees talk about how galleries have changed over the years, the politics of art-as-business, and what Texas artists should expect from their galleries in 2019.

“One of the reasons I think artists crave having a gallery is this almost ineffable relationship that forms that’s about dialogue and context. And it’s different from having a network of artists you work with.”

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E. Dan Klepper August 4, 2019 - 11:15

Informative podcast. Thanks!

John P Irizarry August 5, 2019 - 08:26

I am looking for a gallery with experience. I’ve heard about you for years, but was always busy with other galleries, the ones I don’t want to be involved with now. I have been in the business for 10 years and always seem to find the wrong the place to display my art. I have heard nothing, but excellence from you. There is my comment.

Julie Speed August 6, 2019 - 17:00

Really good article. It would be interesting to hear/read a deeper dive into the specific numbers from both viewpoints.


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