“Artists are trading the white-box space of galleries for upscale commercial and residential real estate projects," says The New York Times.

"Early and midcareer artists are being lured by real estate developers to make art for public consumption — and reach an audience they might never have been exposed to,”  according to Jennie Lamensdorf, who runs the Art-in-Buildings program for Time Equities, a commercial property developer based in New York.

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