New York’s Chelsea neighborhood is best associated with blue-chip galleries, whose stunning white boxes don’t quite align with the ethos of the city’s younger galleries. But, if American Medium’s migration from Brooklyn’s Bed Stuy neighborhood to a third-floor space on West 20th Street is any indication, Chelsea may not be as inaccessible for younger galleries as previously imagined.
Cultured sat down with Georges Bergès to discuss upcoming projects, the future of the gallery and "Harmony in Color and Form," an exhibition by Laddie John Dill and Kristin Jai Klosterman opening on September 7.Read More
We Buy Gold, a new gallery in Bed-Stuy provides context for the artists who are creating the neighborhood’s art scene.Read More
We're all just large animals to artist and writer Erin Jane Nelson.Read More
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The Wynwood gallery presents “Merci La France,” an exhibition that showcases the artistic works of South American expatriates.Read More
Dealer Adrian Rosenfeld plants a flag in San Francisco, serving as a connector for galleries from New York to Cologne.Read More
An Open BookFor 25 years, dealer Brian Butler has maintained his status as the most unguarded person in the art world.Read More
The balkanization of the gallery world is full of wonderful surprises from North Little Rock, Arkansas to the Lower East Side...of Milwaukee.Read More
How Jack Shainman made the (art) world come to him.Read More
With some help from L.A. dealer Honor Fraser, Kenny Scharf enjoys a long overdue moment in the sun.Read More
Madeleine Grynsztejn, stylish superhero-meets-community organizer, rescued MCA Chicago from a fate of navel (and star) gazing.Read More