True Confessions of a Justified Art Dealer, Part Eight: My $500,000 Mistake

Previous entries in Mesler s column are here.In February 2017 my family and I relocated from New York to Sag Harbor where we are happy and building a new life. I have stopped drinking and know I can never go back. Rental, my Read More

‘End of Times; Beginning of Times’: The ARoS Triennial in Denmark Stares Down Climate Change

As the sun started setting around 10 p.m. in Denmark, attendees at a reception on the rooftop of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum included a lot of Scandinavians but also Rirkrit Tiravanija, Doug Aitken, and Meg Webster, all assembled amid an otherworldly vibe Read More

Greene Naftali Now Represents Tony Cokes

Greene Naftali gallery in New York now represents Tony Cokes, the video artist known for his text-heavy films that combine original and appropriated imagery, often with an attention to identity and power structures.Cokes s work resists what he calls the representational Read More