How to Start and Run a Commercial Art Gallery (Second Edition)

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Price
$24.99
Publisher
Allworth
Publish Date
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.9 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781621536567

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About the Author

Edward Winkleman is the director of the Winkleman Gallery in Chelsea. The gallery's exhibitions have been reviewed in the New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, Flash Art, the New Yorker, Time Out New York, and Art on Paper. Winkleman has participated in art fairs such as ARCO, Art Chicago, Pulse, Year 6, Aqua, and NADA. He lives in New York City.

Patton Hindle is a principal and founder of yours mine & ours gallery in the Lower East Side. She is also the director of arts at Kickstarter, where she oversees the Arts and Performance Arts team. Hindle was previously the director of gallery and institutional partnerships at Artspace. Hindle came to New York as the director of DODGEgallery, a Lower East Side program that she helped open and run. She was raised in London and attended university in Boston, Massachusetts.

Reviews

"How to Start and Run a Commercial Art Gallery is a comprehensive reference for any gallery owner. Whether you are new to the business or a seasoned gallerist, it is always wise to remember the essentials." --Leigh Conner, director, Conner Contemporary Art
"Ed Winkleman has two qualities that are rare: he is quite knowledgeable about the business of operating a contemporary art gallery, and he is willing to share that knowledge with the rest of the world, first through his blog and now in this book. He has one more unique quality: his writing is a pleasure to read." --Daniel Grant, author of The Business of Being an Artist
"A comprehensive guide." --Artspace

"How to Start and Run a Commercial Art Gallery is a comprehensive reference for any gallery owner. Whether you are new to the business or a seasoned gallerist, it is always wise to remember the essentials." --Leigh Conner, director, Conner Contemporary Art

"Ed Winkleman has two qualities that are rare: he is quite knowledgeable about the business of operating a contemporary art gallery, and he is willing to share that knowledge with the rest of the world, first through his blog and now in this book. He has one more unique quality: his writing is a pleasure to read." --Daniel Grant, author of The Business of Being an Artist