Downtown Stalwart

BY Cultured Magazine

In 1975, Angela Westwater’s first desk at the New York office of Sperone Westwater was a door laid across two filing cabinets. Today she sits behind an Art Deco-inspired table created by star architect Alan Wanzenberg. On a Monday in December, the gallery that she helped co-found with Gian Enzo Sperone and Konrad Fischer is empty, making it easy to admire the sleek interiors of the Norman Foster-designed high-rise on the Lower East Side. The building, like the desk, was made for Westwater and is only the second building the Pritzker Prize-winning architect has constructed in New York. It makes sense: blue chip dealer, blue chip roster, blue chip architects.

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