515 W. 24th St., New York, NY, 10011
nr. Tenth Ave.
By petelofly on 2/11/2011
A wonderful gallery, beautiful space and great art. Was a real pleasure to visit the gallery. They gave me a lot of information and have a wide range of type of art, except there was not a specific olfactory artist where they work with. I was in NY to find artists working with smell. In Europe you find some great artists, especially in Belgium where I live is olfactory art common goods. And I'm not talking about artist who makes art with perfume, but real visual installations in combination with smell. They say I had to wait for the Mad museum to open there space for olfactory art. So I guess when I go back at the end of this year, I sure will visit the mad museum, but I also will certainly go again to Barbara Gladstone's gallery. It's really a dream of a gallery and so lovely people.
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