Jan 17, 2018
Is the Contemporary art world growing or shrinking? Are there more or less opportunities for artists today than in past decades? What is the future gallery model? In this episode Eric and Ando talk about the mega-art dealer David Zwirner's expanding global empire. And how over recent years the mid-level galleries have been closing their doors. The closure of these mid-level galleries have often been due to poor finances, high operating costs, art fair expenses, and lack of new risk-taking collectors. New models are emerging to combat some of these pressures, but will any of them sustain? We also call attention to spaces like TEGN: Art-space (DK), Nordic Stories (SWE), The 14th Factory (US), and Condo (US).
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David Zwirner - New York Times
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