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Asya Geisberg
Asya Geisberg Runs Her Gallery by Thinking Like a Collector.

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Maria Brito
Why Art Advisor Maria Brito Surrounds Herself with Artwork by Women.
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Andrew Livingston
How Menswear Brand Knickerbocker’s First Retail Space Celebrates a Community of Artists.
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Andrea Franchini
Andrea Franchini Collects Photography to Create a Conversation with the Past.
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Keren Richter
White Arrow Will Turn Your Home into a Work of Art.
“What we’re doing still feels like art in a way. As long as I’m creatively stimulated, and the environments I’m creating feel unique and special, it satisfies that same drive within me.”
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Jesse Greenberg
Artist and Curator Jesse Greenberg’s Dream Gallery Is a Giant Living Room.
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Matt Robinson
For This Tech Investor, Living with Art Is Its Own Form of Creativity.
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Courtney Leeds
This Young Collector’s Style Is Surrounding Herself with Items She Loves.
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Taymour Grahne
Taymour Grahne Wants to Be the First to Introduce You to New Artists.
“I spend hours a week researching new artists—being one of the first people to show an artist is what excites me and what I’ve become known for.”
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Chris Omachi
Gladstone Gallery’s Marketing Director Sees Collecting Art as a Social Act.
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Allegra LaViola
Sargent’s Daughters Puts Contemporary Art in the Context of History.
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Arne Zimmermann
Pablo's Birthday Looks for Artists Who Will Stand the Test of Time.
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Nathalie Karg
Nathalie Karg Thinks of Her Gallery as a Family of Artists.
“I’m always more attracted to paintings that are difficult at the very beginning—paintings that stay with you and keep giving you new things to discover. I think a painting needs to keep giving to you.”
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David Totah
TOTAH Gallery Is a Gathering Place for Kindred Spirits.
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Zoe Fisher
A Conversation with Gallerist Zoe Fisher