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Galleries Banding Together

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

A new photography exhibition may be a model for a collective approach to running a gallery. Sarah Hasted, curator, dealer, and co-founder of the Hasted Hunt Gallery talks about the exhibition of New York Photographs and how the co-op structure is helping to cut costs. Watch the WNYC Culture Department's Video on the group show:

Guests:

Sarah Hasted

Comments [3]

Jackie Neale Chadwick from New York

This is wonderful to hear about, and would like to hear more about. I have begun a collective of my own with plans to exhibit and represent the most talented of film based photographers and artists (what little remains of them) including myself. In it's infant stages, but here a link to stay tuned to - http://bigdayfilmcollective.com

Also, the Professional Women Photographers Organization in NYC was founded on a similar premise in the 1970's - http://www.pwponline.org

Aug. 18 2009 05:42 PM
anonyme

This sounds like artists solving problems - the world needs to take us more seriously - in the world of food, there are buying clubs sprouting so people in the cities can buy straight from the farmers - manageable prices for far superior quality food. (Banding together and cutting out middlemen I guess

Aug. 18 2009 12:02 PM
allen frame

How was it decided which photo galleries to include and which not to include, as there are quite a few important NY photo galleries not included in this consortium?

Aug. 18 2009 11:55 AM

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