...my face has blushed as red as my few remaining hairs over this. I know it's horribly immodest of me to link to it, but I can't find Ana's current email to thank her in person for the shower of kind words. It's funny to find this today, as just last night (in revamping the gallery website, and re-reading a profile Ana had written of gallery artist Jennifer Dalton for Art on Paper), I was thinking about the remarkable success of Ana's career. It seems like only yesterday Ana and I were sitting in the ridiculous shoebox of an office in our first Williamsburg space talking about the issues that led to this article, and now here she is writing for the Guardian (among a host of other impressive publications) and reading for a D.Phil in the History of Art at Oxford University. Besides, how HOT is this photo?!?!
Many thanks Ana!!! We'll be at Year 07 (at County Hall this year [website obviously still under construction]) in October. Hope to see you then, if not before.
Don't miss the other post today, though [please scroll down]...[In response to yesterday's post on the decision by the Singapore Art Show to remove Lynn Lu's work from the exhibition, we're very fortunate to have all three parties involved share their accounts of the events (Lynn Lu, Jason Mortara, and the exhibition curator Heman Chong).]...very impressive assessments by all three!