The world has long had a reputation for stalking its most famous artists, but the reputation for stalking its most prominent artists has only grown in recent years.
This week, the International Museum of Contemporary Art in New York’s Galleries, a once-in-a-generation destination for curators, art lovers and the curious, will open its first gallery that’s not merely the centerpiece of the city’s most recognizable landmarks, but is actually the home of its most infamous stalker.
“The International Museum is going to be a great place for everyone, not just those who have the most money,” says Andy Miller, the museum’s director.
Miller’s been staking his claim to stardom since 2003, when he joined a group of art lovers at the age of 21 to start the New York-based gallery Stalking the City.
The group had the idea for the museum because it was struggling financially and was looking for a new home for its collection, which was being moved around to keep it fresh.
The New York Times wrote in 2004 that Miller, a New Yorker, was the first person to work on a “stranger-than-fiction” project for the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles, which eventually became the Modern Art Museum in New Jersey.
Miller, who was working on a book about stalker art, became fascinated with the subject.
Miller and his group set out to find a museum that would be open to all of the stalker-obsessed people in the world.
The idea was that a gallery should be open only to the stalkers, who would show up to the gallery only to watch its exhibitions in real time and never speak to anyone, except to say hello or shake hands.
As the museum got closer to opening, the idea was to find the right spot in the city that would have a large number of stalker visitors, because it could have its own set of exhibits, a permanent collection, and the ability to accommodate stalker artists in their own private rooms.
They didn’t need to be in one place at one time, since there was a large public area right at the entrance to the museum.
The museum was going to have a number of different types of exhibits and galleries.
One of the key elements of the museum was that it would have space to hold an exhibition called “Stalking the World,” in which people would come and watch the stalks of famous people and artists go about their daily lives.
In the 1990s, a number in the art world noticed the art gallery’s presence in New Orleans and asked Miller and his team what they could do to make it more attractive to people visiting the city.
Miller was initially reluctant.
He was aware that people were going to think it was a bad idea, but he didn’t think it would be a bad thing.
He had a friend in New Zealand who was a stalks artist who was also a member of the International Stalker Group.
They knew each other for years and knew each others interests.
So, they were the perfect partners.
When the time came to build a stalking museum, Miller says, he wanted to make sure the people in New England were aware of the fact that this was going on.
I was going in thinking, I don’t want to have any public relations or public relations people, because if I start having public relations, they’re going to call and say, you know what, we’re closing the gallery.
So I did a lot of talking to people in that part of New England and talked to the owners of a lot and talked with the museum about what I could do, to be transparent.
The idea was, you can’t just tell people the gallery is closed.
A few people were receptive to this.
Some people didn’t want it because they thought it would make them look bad, and some people didn`t want it.
I didn`re going to make them feel bad because I had the money to build it.
They also knew they were making a huge mistake.
Miller had built the Stalking in New London museum in New South Wales and had a small group of friends in New Hampshire who had built Stalking and Stalkers in New Haven, Connecticut.
So when the museum opened in 2007, it was packed, packed, and packed.
Within a year, the gallery became so popular that the owners were worried about getting the stargazing experience wrong.
Miller says he knew there were going