TURN Gallery is a small space for big ideas and concepts. In its compact, white-box gallery setting, Annika Peterson, its owner and head curator, has recently presented some of New York's most engaging, intelligent, and compelling exhibitions. I've been a fan since its 2015 inception, from its very first exhibit, a retrospective of the now late iconic fashion photograper Gosta Peterson (Annika's father). I was mesmerized by his daring and larger-than-life images of fashion luminaries like Twiggy and Naomi Sims. Other outstanding shows have included work by the Brooklyn-based painter Kimia Ferdowsi Kline, who excels in representing intimacy and special sistershoods. Up until a few days ago, the vibrant and fantastical painted scutpures of Rachel Eulena Williams were on view, which had been paired with a choreography sequence, where both art forms, the visual and the performative, communicated thoughtfully. Peterson shares more on TURN Gallery's philosophy and why she is always listening to the artist.