Art History course post #2:
Post by Lynnette Sauer
Last week during our time in Berlin, we took a day trip to Leipzig by train — about an hour and twenty minutes away from the city.
Although the entire day was inspiring, one of my favorite parts was visting the B2 gallery run by a collective of Leipzig artists. The group consists of about 10-15 artists who collaborate to to run and maintain a gallery space. They each pay a monthly fee and work together to make all decisions for the gallery. The money is used to run the space and hire someone to be an ‘office manager’ of sorts, handling the marketing and business administrative side of things. Each artist gets a show per year, in which they have freedom to curate the content of their choosing. Bastian Muhr, one of the artists, had a solo show up while we visited — it was…
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