Lives

Rodney Graham Remembers Chicago Dealer Donald Young

Young. (Courtesy PMC)

Young. (Courtesy PMC)

Over at Artforum, artist Rodney Graham has a very moving remembrance of the late Chicago dealer Donald Young, who died last April at the age of 69. It seems both men shared a love for fashion. From the piece:

“I smile when I think about another recommendation of Donald’s that afternoon: a tailor in Seattle. He loved clothes as I do. Earlier we had visited his favorite hat shop on the South Side.”

The whole piece is well worth a read, right here.

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