ART & DESIGN

Guerrilla Gallerists

Meet three storefront curators who are gleefully subverting the white-cube mentality.


The book he designed for the artist Carol Bove. [Read more about curator Brendan Dugan here](http://www.wmagazine.com/%category%/%year%/%monthnum%/brendan-dugan/).  
  
 Courtesy of Karma.
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“People are always trying to figure us out. They say, Wait, this is crazy. You design artist books, and you have a bookstore, but you also have a gallery. I don’t get it.” Read more about curator Brendan Dugan here.

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The book he designed for the artist Carol Bove. Read more about curator Brendan Dugan here.

Courtesy of Karma.

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“Milan is both bourgeois and avant-garde, but these two levels don’t speak so often. I’d like to create a space where they meet.” Read more about curator Caroline Corbetta here.

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An installation at Il Crepaccio, 2012. Read more about curator Caroline Corbetta here.

Courtesy of Caroline Corbetta.

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“I’ve lived in the East Village for most of my adult life. But it was revelatory to see how this tiny space could activate the neighborhood.” Read more about curator Alison Gingeras here.

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Jerzy “Jurry” Zielinski’s Zaspokajanie, 1969, and Polski Akt Matzenstwa, 1974. Read more about curator Alison Gingeras here.

Courtesy of OKO.