My little gallery was smeared as the creators of an anonymous account that exposes racism in the art world and I soon became a pariah of the art world.
The Pandemic’s Silver Lining for Artists
With art fairs grounded and galleries temporarily or permanently closed, more and more sales happened directly from artist to buyer.
How We Can Hold Art Galleries Accountable
Let’s be real: galleries are feudal systems for hoarding wealth, property, and people that cannot be reformed with momentary or incremental adjustments.
37% of Major Galleries Cut Staff During the Pandemic
A new survey by Art Basel and UBS that looks at the pandemic’s impact on galleries found sizable staff cuts, including at galleries with net profits of $10 million or more.