In Birmingham, Michigan, a northern suburb of Detroit, Wendy Halsted Beard ran a small gallery specializing in 19th- and 20th-century photography. She’d taken the gallery over from her father, who opened it in 1969, dealing works by artists including Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, and August Sander. This week, the Federal
By almost any measure, Fort Gansevoort, the gallery that husband-and-wife duo Adam Shopkorn and Carolyn Tate Angel founded in Manhattan in 2015, has been on a winning streak.
In recent years, its artists have entered dozens of museum collections, including those of the Museum of Modern Art and the Met
German gallery owner Inge Baecker was among the victims who died during the devastating floods in Western Europe. The Bad Münstereifel-based dealer and art historian represented several Fluxus and action artists, including Nam June Paik and Allan Kaprow.
Germany and Belgium have been experiencing record floods that have destroyed entire