Western Dealers Start Small in Hong Kong

May 17th, 2014

El Anatsui in Hong Kong, via New York TimesThe New York Times documents a new trend in galleries’ approach to setting up space in Hong Kong: focusing on small exhibition spaces and tighter exhibitions to draw interest while remaining economically flexible.  “We’ll have exhibitions about four or five times a year, but an exhibition can be three works or four works,” says Pace chairman Arne Glimcher of his gallery’s new Hong Kong space. “Or if it’s watercolors or works on paper or small sculptures, it can be 10 works.”

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