Gone Skiing

We are spending the holidays on the slopes. It is one of my favorite places to be. Some days I will blog, and others I may not. These days I am giving myself permission to create space and follow new paths. It wasn’t easy to get here but now that I am here, it feels insanely empowering.

This photo is by Sebastião Salgado, Nenets of the Siberian Arctic from the series Genesis, 2011 who is represented at Yancey Richardson Gallery. Yancey and I have been trying to find a time to get her on the podcast. Hopefully we can hear about her journey as a female gallerist in 2019.

Comments (Archived):

  1. awaldstein

    Enjoy!Super interested in hearing a podcast of a gallerist. Such a unique and powerful role, thinking back to those that brought up Lichtenstein and others.

    1. Gotham Gal

      Totally although it is getting harder and harder as the art world is shifting. Technology is changing the backend. Some are in board while others are not. It is hard to make ends meet as a gallery when the big shows are costly and you need to have presence. There seems to be less creativity on their end. The big galleries like Gagosiam and Zwirner are overwhelming the smaller intimate spots.I am looking forward to Frieze in LA. The first time event there. What it will feel like compared to Miami Basel this year that did not have the same excitement as years past

      1. awaldstein

        Thanks. Not a world I know in detail as i have run out of space and buy only through a few brokers that I’ve dealt with for a very long time.

  2. jason wright

    Salgado brings Carlota Perez to life.