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par ghyslain bertholon  -  11 Septembre 2014, 17:39  -  #actualité artistique

 

Article publié dans l'édition papier du New York Times en date du 4 septembre 2014 

 

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September 4, 2014

 

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A Gallery Gets Wider and Wackier

By RIMA SUQISEPT. 3, 2014

 

Steven Kasher has moved and expanded. His New York

art-photography gallery is now in a 6,000-square-foot

space at 515 West 26th Street. And part of the gallery,

which opens Saturday, will be devoted to Kasher Potamkin,

a new business headed by Mr. Kasher and Andi Potamkin.

Asked to describe the product mix, Ms. Potamkin quoted

Edgar Allan Poe: “There is no exquisite beauty ... without

some strangeness in the proportion.” She may have been

referring to several mounted fluffy rabbit derrières by

Ghyslain Bertholon, or beaded taxidermy-like sconces by

Nancy Josephson. Kasher Potamkin has adopted an

instant-gratification sales policy: Buy it, walk out with it.

This applies to everything in the shop, including Ms.

Potamkin’s own desk, designed by her fiancé, Jordan

Blackmore. Prices range from $250 for a L’Enchanteur ring

to $60,000 for a pair of Haas Brothers Beast stools.

Information: 917-265-8060 or kasherpotamkin.com.

 

A version of this article appears in print on September 4, 2014, on page D3

of the New York edition with the headline: A Gallery Gets Wider and Wackier.

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Article publié dans l'édition papier du New-York Times en date du 4 septembre 2014 (page D3).

 

 

Thank you again to Andi Kasher, Samantha Choppa and Mister Steven Kasher!


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De gauche à droite autour de moi, Mr Steven Kasher, Ms Samantha Choppa et Ms Andi Potamkin.

 

Bien amicalement,

ghyslain bertholon


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