Art Review: Alexander Kaletski Leads Great Gallery Shows

New york city’s dealerships are revealing much better art than a lot of museums.




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was in New york city recently primarily for gallery sees and an interview for a book I’m composing on the dealership Allan Stone. Allan (1932–2006) was a dealership extraordinaire who found Wayne Thiebaud, Richard Estes, John Chamberlain, and lots of other having a hard time, making every effort young artists. He likewise represented Willem de Kooning and Joseph Cornell. His effect as a tastemaker was huge, too, considering that he worked with many collectors.

Allan was a visionary and a lover with an eye for quality and development like no other. Art dealerships are the unacknowledged motorists of the art world. They stand with art …

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