Nov 17, 2010

in Walter Hopps opinion

"Of the curators, I admired Katherine Dreier enormously, with her exhibitions and activities, because she, more than any other collector or impresario I knew, felt she could facilitate what [the artists] actually wanted to do to the greatest extent possible.

..."[Katherine Dreier] didn't have other rich people on her board. She had Man Ray, and Duchamp -- having artists in this capacity is nothing but trouble, conventionally."

- Walter Hopps, interview, 1996

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