Here’s a link to an interesting article from the NYTimes Art Section about the move away from traditional galleries and back into the mainstream where art can be more approachable for viewers…and more affordable to display and sell for artists.    Many artists are going “anti-gallery” and are choosing to show their work in more low-key, nontraditional spaces….like a a vacant Taco Bell or abandoned Pirelli Tire Company building, as described in the article.  We’ll wait to see if the backlash against the fast-paced big art gallery world continues and if the “slow art movement” continues to take shape, just like it did with the “slow food movement”.  

Art Dealers Move Out of the Gallery and Into a Taco Bell
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