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PaperCity Houston September 2020

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showcasing the state's premier galleries Houston makes a strong showing with dealers distinguished by decades of expertise, beginning with Moody Gallery, Inman Gallery, McClain Gallery, and David Shelton Gallery, joined by dual- city gallerist Laura Rathe Fine Art (Houston and Dallas) and recent exciting additions to the scene Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art and Bill Arning. Cornell, who adds Culture Place director to her existing title, tells PaperCity, "There seems to be no ceiling as to what we can do with Culture Place. We see the audience as very similar to the physical and online Dallas Art Fair. These are collectors of all ranges, from seasoned to new. Due to our preexisting relationships, I think a large percentage in the beginning will be based in the region, but Culture Place will be accessible across the globe. It is uncharted waters, and that's exciting — we can create our own path to success for us and the galleries." Cornell's parting thought: "Buy art now! Living with art brings joy, fosters creativity, and conversation." Culture Place, (Continued from page 32) SILVER LININGS: HERE COMES CULTURE PLACE A NEW ART-COMMERCE SITE RISES FROM THE DALLAS ART Fair Dorn's Fugitive, 2008, at McClain Gallery

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