Megan Bradley is the director of Parisian Laundry gallery in Montreal Canada. At a young age she opened her own commercial gallery which helped her not only to learn but experiencing the realities -and hardships- of the art market. After that, she was offered to work for Parisian Laundry, where she has had the chance to perform different tasks arriving recently to the position as director of the gallery. In this conversation she shares her motivations to be part of the art world, what are the responsibilities of the gallery with the artists they represent, what are the realities of the art market in Canada, why art can be considered a religious experience and a lot more. Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode.