In this series, we interviews gallery curators to gain insight into their aesthetics and thinking in their representation of artists.
Gallery NAGA, located in a neo-Gothic church building, represents highly regarded painters in New England and Boston.
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.
White River Gallery in Vermont seeks to represent older, established artists who've spent years honing their craft.
Panopticon Gallery in Boston, MA, is one of the United State's oldest fine art photography galleries.
Station Independent Projects founder Leah Oates gives WTP readers insider details on the gallery, located in NYC.
"…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.
"I understand well the artist’s needs and priorities." Interview with the owner of Arco Gallery, based in Brooklyn, NY.
"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."