Inside Job: In the Tradition of Institutional Critique, Artists Are Throwing Wrenches Into the Art World's Works | ARTnews
Baron Mattern

Installation view of "A.L. Steiner, 30 Days of Mo:)rning," 2016, at Koenig & Clinton, where the gallery workweek was cut in half. LUCINDA WARCHOL/COURTESY THE ARTIST, KOENIG & CLINTON, NEW YORKThe standard hours for contemporary art galleries have been set in stone for decades: 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday.