Confessions of an art dealer: Alix Dionot-Morani
The co-director of Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris shares her secrets
By Gareth Harris. From Art Basel Miami Beach daily edition
Published online: 05 December 2013
My biggest mistake... is always the next one.
My secret passion… these days, yoga.
The museum I’d like to lead…Villa Borghese in Rome.
The artist I should have signed… Tris Vonna-Michell.
Things that keep me awake at 3am...our next show.
I should have been... Lorenzo the Magnificent.
I enjoy the company of... Shana Moulton.
Dealers are misunderstood because... they speak more than the artists.
Fairs are important... to move the gallery out of its physical space.
Small talk is... my nightmare.
A recurring nightmare involves... small talk.
I was happiest when... I arrived in Miami.
My greatest achievement is... being here and now.
The most underrated art movement is... poetry.
The next big thing is... Jorge Pedro Nuñez in Positions.
I wish I had met... Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
Travel broadens... the perception of art.
Life’s too short to... not work with artists.
My favourite person in the art world is... my knowing partner Axel Dibie.
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