Algus Greenspon Gallery

Address: , New York, NY,
Phone: (212) 242-6242

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unique and serious program, stunning space.
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What's the matter with Amy Greenspon...?
Is she (cough) nefarious...?
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Mitchell Algus left this gallery and started his own space.

http://mitchellalgusgallery.com
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I know them both. Amy Greenspon should be struck off if such a thing possible.
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Amy and Mitchell are both amazingly astute, prescient, and fascinating people.
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Just read an article about this gallery ripping-off an estate by selling a Reinhardt painting for nearly nothing and then reselling it for somewhere over $5 mill. Ugly.
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how is this gallery staying open?
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The tension and conflict between these two "partners" just doesn't make for a good experience.
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just bad.
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I wanted to give "Art Knowledge" a higher rating because Mitchell definitely knows what he's talking about. But since there are two owners I couldn't.
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This gallery should have a double review option, one for Amy Greenspon and one for Mitchell Algus. Don't know how they function together - he is a sweet man who truly loves art, she is evil incarnate. Don't know how they decide who to show, how to run the place, or how they stand each other. Perhaps she stays alive by siphoning off his blood every morning. Mitchell's a great guy, if artists could deal with him while avoiding Amy alll would be better off.
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