|NYTimes reports Feuer/Mesler Gallery is Closing,|
Pictured: Artist, Johannes VanDerBeek,
"Primitive Landscape Suspended Leaves", 2015,
Aqua-Resin, fiberglass, steel, clay, silicone, paint
Photo courtesy of Feuer/Mesler Gallery
& in Food Publishing,
"The times they
Small and Midsized
Art Gallery Closures
Grow in NYC and
Around the USA.
The New York Times reports that
smaller galleries, often the breeding
ground for up and coming artists
are closing right and left, because
of changes in the marketplace.
Excerpt from NYT: "Midsize galleries have long struggled to compete in a field increasingly dominated by mega-galleries with multiple locations, like Gagosian, David Zwirner and Hauser & Wirth. But lately the trend toward an intensely commercial and competitive art market has resulted in a critical mass of galleries folding, moving or merging. Some see the solidifying of a class society. “There is less support for the low end of the market,” said Rachel A. J. Pownall, who prepared the European Fine Art Fair’s 2017 Art Market Report. Dr. Pownall added that “the gap has become greater” between smaller galleries and large ones, which “are traditionally better positioned to reach a wider audience, sell at auction, present at art fairs and gain brand reputation.”
For the complete story follow this link: (https://nyti.ms/2t6Mu41)
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Food & Wine Magazine
is relocating to Alabama.
The New York Times reports that in an effort to save money, Food & Wine's, parent company will consolidate the magazine into a group of food publications, Cooking Light and Southern Living, which have existing photo studios, test kitchens and editorial facilities in Birmingham, Alabama. The grouping will pare Food & Wine's following of chefs, connoisseurs and restauranteurs who look to New York for inspiration with titles catering to beginners in the kitchen and family home cooking. The editorial department employees of Food & Wine are having to weigh "life in NYC" with continuing a job they love. F&W editor, Nilou Motamed, has already resigned.
Cost savings is of primary concern to he print publication industry, as it continues its downward spiral, with most advertiser switching to digital options. Online sites like (eater.com0 & (Food52.com) are now stiff competition.
(Link to NYT story: https://nyti.ms/2sZonE4)
(Source: NYTimes - all stories are credited to NYT and links are provided.)
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