Moving your gallery to Harlem from Chelsea makes a great newspaper story—and a better excuse for giving a gallerist a well-served profile. The Wall Street Journal recognizes that and so talks to Elizabeth Dee:

“By the time I left Chelsea it had become 57th Street,” she says, referring to the Manhattan retail haven. In Harlem, “you still have mom-and-pop stores. There’s the familiarity of a village. The economic and social diversity is radical in relationship to Chelsea.”
She’s quick to caution that she doesn’t expect the area to become overrun with galleries. “You have to consider what Harlem is,” she says. “It’s vast. It’s as if we put Stuyvesant Town, Alphabet City, the East Village, SoHo, Greenwich Village and the West Village together and called it one neighborhood.”