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A SMALL SYMPOSIUM
22 APRIL 2–5pm
4146 N. ELSTON AVE.
SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFO
ADDITIONAL VISITING HOURS
18 – 21 APR, 1 – 6 pm
22 – 23 APR, 11 – 6 pm
OR BY APPOINTMENT
COLOR CLUB's 100-year-old home is not yet wheelchair accessible, but they are working on it. For more information on the venue, visit them here.
BARELY FAIR is host to MINOR MATTERS, a small symposium on the economies of scale. The conversations took place at BARELY FAIR inside Color Club's Ballroom space on 22 APR, 2023 from 2-5PM. Special thanks to Jesse Malmed and Bad At Sports for recording the talks.
Emerging Artists Presented in Large-Scale Spaces
Torey Gaines (Anthony Gallery), Mickey Pomfrey (MICKEY) and Abby Pucker (GERTIE, Art in Common). Moderated by Roland Miller (BARELY FAIR, Julius Caesar).
From left to right: Roland Miller discusses emerging artists on grand stages with Mickey Pomfrey, Torey Gaines, and Abby Pucker. 📷 Roland Miller
Many gallerists in Chicago have recently taken the leap into expanding into much larger spaces, thus investing more resources and scale in Chicago's art ecosystem. Join Torey Gaines, director of Anthony Gallery, in conversation with Mickey Pomfrey, owner of MICKEY, and Abby Pucker, founder of GERTIE and Art in Common (which just launched the exhibition Boil, Toil, Trouble) to discuss why larger sometimes is better when presenting emerging artists to an international audience.
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