I need some advice. I was just (last week) taken on by a gallery in the city, which I am very excited about. This will be the first time I've been represented by a gallery- I've had several shows, mostly groups, but they've all been invitational (one month) shows. So, we haven't talked about exclusivity yet, but I feel like maybe it is supposed to be implied. I'll be involved in group shows for now, and solos when I've been with the gallery through this year's schedule. They've also got a booth at Photo NY every year, and I'll have three framed prints and a portfolio in that. Hurrah! The thing is, a friend who works at a coffee shop has invited me to hang some work there. It's not anything big, just a coffee shop, but that's good enough for me. So I'm chicken to ask the gallery owner if it's okay for me to do this, since I've just been taken on there very recently. I don't want to offend. The owner is a nice person and not one of those typical snotty Manhattan gallery owners. What do you think I should do? Wait a while?