Arts

Make a Dent Podcast offers up with your cup of tea the arts. The Arts section is about galleries, artists, museums, collectors, and especially art. We dive into various styles, mediums, techniques and experimental methods. Our mission is to bring creativity in all in carnations to the viewer of our site.

We invite creatives to reach out and contribute to our ever growing database of creative coolness. Creatives can write article blogs, be on our podcast, invite us to vet galleries and artists.

 

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A Collapsing Art Market Will Hurt Underrepresented Artists the Most. Here’s How to Ensure Their Voices Are Not Lost

The owner of Goodman Gallery, Liza Essers, urges the art world to focus on preserving its hard-won diversity.

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Last month, as we switched off the lights at Goodman Gallery, closing our spaces alongside fellow galleries around the world in response to COVID-19, my head was spinning.

I tried to find comfort in the innovative possibilities of online art-viewing and to seek solace in the healing impact of reduced emissions on the environment, not to mention the joy of extended quality time with my eight-year-old son.

But my mind kept returning to the huge overheads attached to running three galleries across the United Kingdom and South Africa. We are facing a worldwide recession and it is predicted that the economies of African countries will be hit particularly hard…

 

It dawned on me that the future of the global art world, and whether it will include the diverse kinds of galleries that have been sorely lacking until recently, lies very precariously in the balance.

 

Photo credit: Liza Essers. Courtesy Goodman Gallery.