Yes! We have reached the milestone – after 6 years – when we have left the brick-and-mortar location of 149 Main Street in Beacon in search of a new kind of format for the gallery. And yes, I will continue curating for TheoGanz Studio, at venues and times to be determined. For now, we are available by appointment to represent the original graphics and sculpture of Inuit artists from Cape Dorset. Please stay in touch, as David and I haven't really gone anywhere: we still live just around the corner, and we hope to connect with you at all the cultural events here, there and everywhere - now that we have more time and opportunity to do so.
Eleni Smolen, TheoGanz Studio
Art in America Annual guide
TheoGanz is listed in Art in America's online guide to galleries and museums...
Dorset Fine Arts
an extensive and illuminating archive of available Inuit art plus informational insight into the history of the co-op.
Inuit Art Quarterly
"Inuit Art Quarterly, published by the Inuit Art Foundation, was nominated for two prestigious awards at the inaugural 2017 Canadian Magazine Awards: the Quarterly was shortlisted for Best Magazine in the category Literature and Art, including Poetry and Editor Britt Gallpen has been awarded an Honourable Mention in the Editor Grand Prix. These award nominations are a first in the thirty-year history of the magazine."