Leto, Warsaw

Interview with Marta Kołakowska, founder of the gallery Leto in Warsaw

In a very candid interview, Marta Kołakowska – who has been described by Los Angeles curator Martha Kirzenbaum in The New York Times as “one of the most generous and unmissable forces in the Polish art world” – told us about what it’s like to run a gallery in Poland in these troubled times. But she hasn’t lost hope.


Berthold Pott, Cologne

Interview with Berthold Pott, co-founder of the gallery Berthold Pott in Cologne

A gallery deeply rooted in the Cologne art scene, striving to continue the fruitful artistic exchange that took place between the Rhine city and New York in the 1960s and 1970s. In this interview Berthold Pott told us about his program, about the state of painting today, and about his strategy to success as a mid-size gallery in the global art world.


Giorgio Galotti, Turin

Interview with Giorgio Galotti, founder of the gallery Giorgio Galotti in Turin

Giorgio Galotti gave up a law career to work in the arts. After settling in Turin two years ago, Galotti opened a gallery and started a small, curated art fair called Dama, taking place from November 2nd to 5th in the historic Palazzo Saluzzo Paesana. The reason? Because Galotti believes that collaborative projects like this are the future of galleries.


BWSMX, Mexico City

Interview with Brett William Schultz, founder of the gallery BWSMX in Mexico City

One of the latest additions to the exciting art landscape of Mexico City is the gallery BWSMX, founded by Brett William Schultz. Since Schultz moved to Mexico ten years ago, he has been very active in creating new initiatives to strengthen the local art scene. This has also involved developing a new model for his gallery, based on mutual respect, trust, and enthusiasm. Here he told us about his vision.

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