Reading History of Art at university changed the way gallery co-owner Vincent Chan thought about fine art, despite it being a ‘very boring’ book. Photo: Leo Gallery
Reading History of Art at university changed the way gallery co-owner Vincent Chan thought about fine art, despite it being a ‘very boring’ book. Photo: Leo Gallery
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How reading History of Art changed the life of an art gallery co-owner, despite it being a ‘very boring’ book

  • Vincent Chan, co owner of Leo Gallery in Hong Kong, studied art and business, and ran a food trading business in Vancouver before switching to selling art
  • History of Art changed the way Chan thought about fine art, despite it being a ’very boring’ book and one Chan has no intention of reading again

Reading History of Art at university changed the way gallery co-owner Vincent Chan thought about fine art, despite it being a ‘very boring’ book. Photo: Leo Gallery
Reading History of Art at university changed the way gallery co-owner Vincent Chan thought about fine art, despite it being a ‘very boring’ book. Photo: Leo Gallery
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