From the Hamptons and Miami to Palm Beach and Aspen, the Era of the Long-Term Pop-Up Gallery Isn’t Ending Anytime Soon

Sarah Douglas, ArtNews, April 8, 2021

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Glimcher said the global impact of local shows can create sales from Geneva to Palo Alto. “We get Schnabel to give us five paintings for Palm Beach, and suddenly a museum deal that was on standby starts happening,” he said, while noting that all his shows in Palm Beach have sold out of works at prices ranging from $50,000 to $500,000. Which isn’t to say the numbers don’t go higher: Over the opening weekend of his pop-up, called Sélavy, Emmanuel Di Donna sold a number of works of art and design, including a Willem de Kooning painting priced at more than $10 million.

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