Welcome to Talking Points, our new segment that sheds light by amassing related articles on a single topic issue in the worlds of contemporary ceramic art and contemporary ceramics.
This week, our recommended reading list examines the new gallery landscape and how the traditional brick-and-mortar gallery model is giving way to more temporary and collaborative platforms. What does that effort look like? And, what does that means for gallerists and artists?
After reading, we invite you to open discussion in our comments section.
Featured image: Candice Madey, owner of On Stellar Rays, at the gallery.
The New York Times
Art Gallery Closures Grow for Small and Midsize Dealers
A Recent History of Small and Mid-Size Galleries Closing
Following Andrea Rosen’s Example, Two London Galleries Close Physical Spaces
Seventeen Gallery Shutters New York Space After Only Two Months
The Art Newspaper
In the wake of a wave of closures, galleries are adapting to survive
How These Small Galleries Are Surviving Despite Wave of Closures
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