14 Artworks to Covet From Culture Place — Innovative Online Marketplace Makes Art Accessible
As Culture Place rolls out its next edition, collectors have been making inquiries and snapping up acquisitions from many of the galleries featured in Round One — including an epic Robyn O’Neil, offered by Inman Gallery, which appeared in PaperCity‘s September print issue. For the next installment of Culture Place, thematic exhibitions within the 19 participating galleries have been encouraged by Dallas Art Fair/Culture Place director Kelly Cornell.
Online marketplaces proliferate as the coronavirus pandemic continues
One of the first US fairs forced to postpone back in March, the Dallas Art Fair is now launching Culture Place, Inc., a year-round website that will host a rotating group of roughly two dozen Texas-based (and some Texas-adjacent) galleries. Invited dealers will refresh their artworks every 60 days and are able to use Culture Place even if they have not participated in the fair before.
After a Promising $3 Million Virtual Event This Spring, the Dallas Art Fair Is Launching a Year-Round Digital Marketplace
An extension of the in-person fair, the new platform Culture Place will connect Texas-based galleries with collectors.