“When I first started the gallery, I was like, ‘I only want to work with the people that I get on with. I don't want to work with any assholes.’ The process of putting on an exhibition is so intimate. If there’s tension between you and the artist, I don't ever think that it's conducive to having a successful show,” says Rose Easton.
For His U.K. Debut, Jan Gatewood Makes Artwork Out of Andrea Fraser’s Face, His Own Hair, and a British Psychoanalytic Theory
The Los Angeles-based artist sits down with Rose Easton to talk free artwork, oral traditions, and self-awareness.