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Way to go. It should be properly documented. And now it is. Let me know if I can help.
Hi, I just wanted to commend you on the site, which makes me wish I had known about Audart when it was down on Broad Street. You may remember me from previous email communication, Audrey - and we did meet personally at an opening one evening in 2001. Time flies. Add me to your mailing list!
It seems Audart was gone before it even arrived but it was amazing how much took place in your gallery in such a short time. It didn't look like the sort of place that would be located so close to the New York Stock Exchange and I think that made it all the more interesting. I never went to an opening because I commute but I visited during the day and it was always worth it. I saw great art and everyone was very friendly. Good luck.
Arlene Brock, Darien,CT.
Audart at 60 Broad, I remember it well. Audrey, Neil et al. I figured it was just a matter of time before you curated the huge marble lobby of the building - heard you might do that actually. It would have been great. There really was so much unused space down there at that point in time. It seemed like you were there longer, especially when I looked at the exhibition section of the site. It's amazing that you did all that in just two years, considering the amount of gallery space you were dealing with. I figure if you can do that, you can do anything. All the best!
best to you Audrey and to everyone, and all the artists, who made Audart the
coolest spot on the planet in 1997. Unbelievable place! I
miss it. Joe Campo,
The Information Technology Center at 55 Broad Street, NYC
The thing I remember most about Audart Gallery was all the
guys who were always hanging out in the back of the
space talking internet technology. This was in like 1997!!
I used to hover around and kinda listen to the
conversations. At the time, I didn't have a freakin' clue
what any of them were talking about.
Very cool. Always just a very cool place. I don't work
downtown anymore. Have my own little design group and
we rented a space in NJ but I remember very well those early startup
days on Broad Street. Steve
best Audart! Now you are in cyberspace and the hardworking people
who created you can
have some rest and quiet. They deserve it. Audart
Gallery was in a league of
it's own. Not a gallery at all. A happening.
It was a nice surprise to get a phone call from Audart's
Curator. I have wondered what
happened to Audart and those cute people who ran it and were
always running around like busy
little bees getting ready for the next big show. So, now I know.
I am glad you are
well. You were great and you did something truly memorable for
downtown Manhattan at a
time when there was nothing happening down there. Be well.
All I have to say is it's time for another Audart bash. Keep me on your mail list. Thanks for the call. Carl Boyer