In this webinar, San Francisco art dealer Cheryl Haines talks about growing her internationally respected business for over 25 years, and also outlines what she believes to be the three different types of gallery relationships.
“There are always a handful of artists that do the heavy lifting and allow the others to enjoy the full range of representation of a gallery. There needs to be the generosity of spirit within the artistic community to acknowledge that, accept it, embrace it.”
Cheryl Haines founded Haines Gallery in San Francisco in 1987, which has since become a well-known source for some of the most important artists working today including Ai Weiwei, Andy Goldsworthy, and Dennis Oppenheim among many others. In 2003, Haines founded the FOR-SITE Foundation, a non-for-profit dedicated to site-specific art, and continues to collaborate with museums throughout the West Coast.