Gallery Profiles

In this series, we interviews gallery curators to gain insight into their aesthetics and thinking in their representation of artists.

Gallery Profile: Panopticon

Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA, is one of the United State’s oldest fine art photography galleries.

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Gallery Profile: Station Independent Projects

Station Independent Projects founder Leah Oates gives WTP readers insider details on the gallery, located in NYC.

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Gallery Profile: Arco Gallery

“I understand well the artist’s needs and priorities.” Interview with the owner of Arco Gallery, based in Brooklyn, NY.

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Gallery Profile: LOOC Art, Online Gallery

“…a gallery with a great aesthetic and not a lot of attitude.” Profile from Claire Johnston, LOOC Art co-founder. LOOC Art is a completely web-based gallery.

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Gallery Profile: White River Gallery

White River Gallery in Vermont seeks to represent older, established artists who’ve spent years honing their craft.

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Gallery Profile: Garvey Simon

“There is a certain sense of intimacy in the works that I show. There is an emphasis on work that draws the viewer in close.”

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Gallery Profile: T.W. Wood Gallery

The T.W. Wood Gallery in Vermont holds the repository for Vermont’s portion of the WPA as well as exhibiting the best of contemporary Vermont artists.

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Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA, located in a neo-Gothic church building, represents highly regarded painters in New England and Boston.

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Gallery NAGA

Gallery NAGA, located in a neo-Gothic church building, represents highly regarded painters in New England and Boston.

Gallery Profile: T.W. Wood Gallery

The T.W. Wood Gallery in Vermont holds the repository for Vermont's portion of the WPA as well as exhibiting the best of contemporary Vermont artists.

Gallery Profile: Arco Gallery

"I understand well the artist’s needs and priorities." Interview with the owner of Arco Gallery, based in Brooklyn, NY.

Gallery Profile: Garvey Simon

"There is a certain sense of intimacy in the works that I show. There is an emphasis on work that draws the viewer in close."