The New York Times’s art market reporter, Carol Vogel, uses the bully pulpit for some gallerist news:
- This week the Chelsea dealer Barbara Gladstone announced that she would represent the Haring Studio in Manhattan. “I’ve been interested in Keith’s work since I commissioned him to do his first set of prints in 1982,” Ms. Gladstone said. “So I see this as a homecoming.”
- Meanwhile the Gagosian empire continues to grow, adding the German photographer Andreas Gursky to the long list of artists it represents. The gallery will show Mr. Gursky in the United States, while Sprüth Magers, a dealer with space in Berlin and London, will continue to represent him in Europe.
Inside Art: New at the Galleries (New York Times)