In her article titled Three wishes for 2015 from the High & Low, LA Times art critic Carolina Miranda writes,
WISH 1: MORE MICRO-GALLERIES
Let’s start with my most unlikely-to-happen desire: galleries that operate on a human scale. At this point, the industrial art exhibition hall is practically a cliché. A light manufacturing space, auto body shop or former factory is transformed into a gleaming white box, complete with cavernous gallery spaces and exposed bow-and-truss ceilings. In recent years, this has turned into an arms-race of art acreage…What can we expect from this? A lot of very big art and a lot of artists working to inhospitable scales. This is not to say that all big is bad. (Kara Walker’s sugar sphinx was pretty epic.) But I’m ready for small — and I enjoy the intimacy of being in tighter quarters with art…So enough with all the gigantism. Big ideas can be held in small containers. The “Mona Lisa,” after all, is just two feet tall.
Carolina, your wish is our command! Weighing in at 10 SQM, Puccs is ready to serve up some big shows in 2015!