Bailey Scieszka, Injured?, Billboard installation, Offsite work from: Ever get the feeling we’re not alone in this world?, Group show, Courtesy What Pipeline

What Pipeline, Detroit

Interview with Alivia Zivich and Daniel Sperry, founders of the gallery What Pipeline in Detroit

Two artists living across the hall from each other discussing about art in Detroit on the shared balcony. A gallery which is not a gallery. A parking lot in Southwest/Mexicantown. A taco truck.

Slavs and Tatars, Too Much Tłumacz, 2012, Exhibition view, Courtesy Raster

Raster, Warsaw

Interview with Łukasz Gorczyca and Michał Kaczyński, founders of the gallery Raster in Warsaw

Warsaw is a city with one of the most exciting contemporary art scenes. At Raster, Łukasz Gorczyca and Michał Kaczyński promote Polish artists of the new generation. With an interest in contemporary alternative culture, Raster’s program has expanded beyond Warsaw to working with new intriguing figures of the international art world.

Die Marmory Show, Guilty Pleasures, 2016, Curated with Eva
Birkenstock, Installation view, Photo credit Ulrich Gebert, Courtesy the artists and Deborah Schamoni

Deborah Schamoni, Munich

Interview with Deborah Schamoni, founder of the gallery Deborah Schamoni in Munich

Deborah Schamoni was trained as an artist but decided to become an art dealer. Since 2013 she has been running her gallery in Munich, a town that is better known for its institutional art power than its contemporary art scene. This is nothing to complain about according to the gallerist, who describes Munich as an unusual place for contemporary art, but one that has its plus side.

Alejandro Leonhardt, Su aparente fragilidad sólo rehusaba la monotonía, 2014, L21 Palma, Courtesy L21

L21, Palma de Mallorca

Interview with Óscar Florit, founder of the gallery L21 in Palma de Mallorca

Who is behind the nickname of Louis21, abbreviated to L21? Óscar Florit is a designer turned gallerist who continuously looks for new models of exhibitions and ways of relating to the space. After having run galleries and project spaces in Palma de Mallorca and Madrid, in September he is moving the gallery into an industrial space away from the center of Palma, where he and his artists will confront themselves with new proportions.

Manuel Scano Larrazabal Exhibition view, Pantomime, pact, 2016, Copyright Cerise Doucede, Courtesy Pact

Galerie Pact, Paris

Interview with Charlotte Trivini and Pierre-Arnaud Doucède, founders of Galerie Pact in Paris

Galerie Pact in Marais, Paris, is not even six months old. It opened in April 2016 with a particular exhibition format: for every show, the two founders Charlotte Trivini and Pierre-Arnaud Doucède create a dialog between the artist and someone else, be it an artist from the past, or a professional from another field. Here they told us about their beginning and their future.

Bogdan Vladuta's solo show at :Baril, 2015, Courtesy :Baril

:Baril, Cluj

Interview with Sorin Neamtu, co-founder of the gallery :Baril in Cluj

In a former paintbrush factory in Cluj, the dynamic center for contemporary art in Romania, a physician and an artist have founded a gallery representing artists who have more questions than answers.

Nicolas Lamas, Dysfunctional Links, 2016, Installation view, Photo credit Philippe De Gobert, Courtesy of the artist and Meessen De Clercq

Meessen De Clercq, Brussels

Interview with Olivier Meessen and Jan De Clercq, founders of the gallery Meessen De Clercq in Brussels

An art historian and a former economist brought their quite different backgrounds together and opened Meessen de Clercq in 2008. United by a strong interest in literature and art Olivier Meessen and Jan De Clercq work on a program of international artists with a focus on literature and poetry, memory and reflection.

Alejandra Hernández, Keep My Treasures Where I Can See Them, 2015-2016, Installation view at Laveronica, Courtesy of the artist and Laveronica

Laveronica, Modica

Interview with Corrado Gugliotta, founder of the gallery Laveronica in Modica

The city of Modica, in the southern end of Sicily, is a World Heritage Site, known for its Baroque architecture, its caves dating back to the bronze age, and its chocolate prepared according to a tradition that was inspired by the Aztec original recipe for Xocoatl. In this richly historical place Corrado Gugliotta has created a venue for contemporary art, a gallery in which he makes a statement through socially meaningful art.

Sarah-Jane Hoffmann, The Absent Body, Solo show, 2016, Photo credit Noortje Knulst, Courtesy Cinnnamon

Cinnnamon, Rotterdam

Interview with Pieter Dobbelsteen, founder of the gallery Cinnnamon in Rotterdam

An artist coming back from Australia after a few years, a city in constant evolution, a pinch of cinnamon that stimulates the senses. These are the ingredients of the successful beginning of Cinnnamon, a contemporary art gallery founded by Pieter Dobbelsteen in Rotterdam in 2015. Here the whole story.

The Old Thing, Installation view, Courtesy Galerie Crèvecoeur

Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris

Interview with Axel Dibie and Alix Dionot-Morani, founders of Galerie Crèvecoeur in Paris

Paris the “grande dame“ who always seems to stay a young girl became a strong hub for artists during the last years. The perfect place for Galerie Crèvecoeur which is placed in Bellville, Paris accumulator for emerging galleries. Founded in 2008 by Axel Dibie and Alix Dionot-Morani the gallery represents a program of french and international artists.

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