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Five Trends That Are Changing The Gallery World

If most longtime gallerists continue clinging to familiar patrons and familiar methods, then the art business, as physicist Max Planck once said of science, will only “advance one funeral at a time.” But either way the next generation appears ready to step up and reach out.
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“Science advances one funeral at a time.” - Max Planck

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