The Madness of Art: Yoko (Oh No)—Season 1, Episode 5
The gallery is abuzz with excitement for Yoko Ono's opening.
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In Season 1, Episode 5, Jim seeks out advice from nemesis Glenn Dranoff about Art Miami. According to Glenn, who is quietly packing his bags, “No one’s making any money this year in Miami!” Meanwhile, the gallery is abuzz with excitement in advance of famed avant-garde artist and peace activist Yoko Ono’s (Japanese, b.1933) opening at Jim Kempner Fine Art. Jim orders a huge sign to welcome the artist. All will be well as long as his new assistant can follow directions…
In The Madness of Art, Jim Kempner gives light to the daily life of a Chelsea art dealer. Located on the corner of West 23rd and 10th Avenue, Jim Kempner Fine Art specializes in Contemporary Art and exhibits works by artists such as Robert Indiana (American, b.1928), Keith Haring (American, 1958–1990), Isamu Noguchi (American, 1904–1988), and Bernar Venet (French, b.April 20, 1941).
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