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Definition of "art-gallery" []

  • A place where works of art are displayed (noun)

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Use "art-gallery" in a sentence
  • ""In contemporary art there has been a democratization of media," says Mark Fletcher, a New York-based art consultant and former art-gallery proprietor."
  • "Sean Horton , a 35-year-old art-gallery owner, weren't on the hunt."
  • "But while most of the restaurants on the island have weathered the recession fairly well, antiques shops and art-gallery owners have taken a hit."
  • ""In contemporary art there has been a democratization of media," says Mark Fletcher, a New York-based art consultant and former art-gallery proprietor."
  • ""It seemed to revolve around the desire to reproduce as rebellion these things that had formerly been part of the mainstream market," says Greif, citing the art-gallery porn by the likes of Richard Kern and the conspicuous consumption of meat while in the company of vegetarians as two examples."