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Over a decade ago, Napster became a household name when they started a music revolution, transforming the way music is distributed and shared and challenging the role of record labels in an artists' career. Could we be on the verge of a similar revolution in the art world? In an age when artists can easily promote and distribute their own work through online portfolios, social media, personal websites and more, what is the role of the gallery in the 21st century? Are there lessons that visual artists, filmmakers, and creatives of all types can learn from the music industry?