Zoey Frank: Connections and Changes

by Matthew Innis |

For the gallery owner, agreeing to represent a young artist must be a decision filled with anxiety.  Young artists, after all, are not yet established – neither in terms of routine sales, nor in terms of aesthetic style.  If the gallery does its job well, it spots talent, and makes sure that it connects the work…

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