Cohan and Leslie - RIP

Cohan and Leslie

OX

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

They were pleasant, and paid quickly.

Colin's Ghost said...

This gallery smells bad because it used to be like a tanning factory or something.

It must make it hard to go to work there everyday, and it's a pity, but I would think some prissy priss collectors are turned off by it.

And isn't that weird that Andrew's last name is Leslie's first?

Weird.

(oh and . . . port wine stains are really sexy . . . ok BN delete that if you have to.)

Anonymous said...

I thought I was the only one who thought this gallery smelled bad. It's revolting.

Anonymous said...

word is that they're closing

Anonymous said...

Heard they are closed today. Who will take their artists I wonder...

Anonymous said...

They are closing. Andrew Heyward's going to deal privately.

Anonymous said...

Hoorah! They are closing! I used to work for them and their entire operating budget was on my back until the end of the month. I was Green, I got hammered on taxes. I am smarter now. Good ridance to bad rubbish. Their artists are a pain in the ass. I say good luck to those taking them on, hope you have lots of staff to find the specific hard candies and electrical wires for Joseph Grigleys installations. Geez!

David said...

good riddance to bad rubbish is right. they leave business owing me money.

Anonymous said...

Indeed, a disturbing small pervaded much of the gallery. It resembled resin or some other kind of carcinogenic inorganic substance.

Whenever I asked the front desk attendant about it, he or she would deny sensing it at all. I pitied each of them for immersing themselves within this seemingly toxic environ for 35 hours per week.

Anonymous said...

Bah - I was looking forward to the tony Tasset exhibition scheduled there.

Anonymous said...

Closed without the guts to admit it to those with shows within weeks of opening.

Anonymous said...

so, Andrew Leslie = Andrew Heyward?