The Art Newspaper – In recent years, falling foot traffic coupled with a rise in online sales have prompted art dealers to question the once-trusted gallery storefront model, which is increasingly seen as not only archaic but also financially unnecessary—if not completely untenable as urban rents soar. Yet that is not the case in Chelsea, New York’s commercial art hub for the past 25 years and one of the priciest neighbourhoods per square foot in the entire US. – read more 

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