In this episode, Mark Baratto sits down with Nance Frank, the director of the Gallery on Greene.
This is perfect for all you Key West history buffs out there. We dive deep into the history of Key West homes, the people and the art.
We recorded this episode in the fall, before COVID-19 lockdown happened. I am pleased to say that The Gallery on Green is fully operational and taking visitors on a daily basis.
More on The Gallery on Greene
The Gallery on Greene has consistently fomented curatorial and artistic practice through ambitious exhibitions programs, created in close collaboration with its artists with museums from New York, MCNY, AFAM, SSSM to Havana’s National Museum of Fine Art.
Our philosophy: The style pendulum swung away from overly furnished and cluttered interiors some time ago. The immediate reaction was one of clinical simplicity. We are now experiencing a hugely exciting period where key pieces of fine art or antiques are used to a stunning effect within contemporary interiors. This juxtaposition makes for an emerging sophisticated style, next to no other.
Now we can appreciate the best of both worlds.
With the growing sophistication of the general public, people are looking more into expressing themselves at home than ever before. Comfort, style, quality, beauty, technology and investment are all keywords mentioned when furnishing and decorating a new home.
The Gallery on Greene is ideally positioned to advise on the acquisition of such integral items to enhance your living space and daily lives.
Gallery On Greene
606 Greene Street
Key West, FL 33040
Havana – 011.535.413.362
Open 10am – 6pm Daily