Menukaart uit de tijd dat de kunstwereld nog klein was, het grote geld ver weg en Sol Lewit gekocht werd per gewerkt uur.
“Paula Cooper Gallery turned 50 years old last month, and the resolutely independent Paula Cooper herself is 80. She was the first gallerist in Soho, at 96 Prince Street, way back in 1968 when that was a desolate area that had just recently been saved from having a highway bulldozed across it by Robert Moses. Donald Judd, who made the desk Cooper sits at to this day, bought an entire five-floor factory building at 101 Spring Street that same year for $68,000, a block south of her new gallery.”
Wow te gek dit