New York Times Looks at Galleries that Have Become Family Businesses

June 19th, 2016

The New York Times looks at several generations of art dealing families, from the Zwirners to Marc and Arne Glimcher, and the experience of working in what has become a family business.  “At some point, if your parent is Arne Glimcher or Paula Cooper or Rudolf Zwirner, you have to confront two things. You have to come to peace with the idea that you’re going to do the same thing that your father did, and your father was pretty great at it,” Marc Glimcher of Pace. “You also have to come to grips with the fact that he started it from scratch and you are never going to do that. It’s an internal struggle that took me 20 years to untangle.”

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