Paul Kopeikin recently celebrated twenty-five years as a gallerist and threw a party to mark the occasion. It was a lovely evening filled with food, drinks and people having a good time while surrounded by images Paul has shown through the years. It’s not easy to keep a gallery alive that long and I wondered what the journey had been like. To find out I asked Paul for his reminisces. Here’s what he had to say.
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