We were denied entry despite written medical documentation for my small service dog. A woman who refused to provide her name wrongly insisted that I was not disabled. She was incredibly rude and suggested I call my "solicitor." She said that although the gallery was open to the public the exhibition was private since it was part of a private collection. She insisted she could decide who viewed it and who did not, and that the owner of the collection could insist that service dogs not be allowed despite the fact that she violated the Americans with Disability Act. That's ridiculous during public gallery hours. She also was told that we were art collectors (past and prospective customer) as well as a gallery owner. Her attitude was pretentious and condescending. There's plenty of good art around NYC and elsewhere. Stay away from this gallery!
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