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Marianne Boesky Expands to Lower East Side

20 Clinton Street, soon to be home to Boesky East.

Four years ago, the art dealer Marianne Boesky decided to expand beyond her flagship Chelsea gallery on 24th Street by opening what she refers to as a curatorial “laboratory” in a townhouse on the Upper East Side. Next month, Ms. Boesky is expanding yet again, this time to the Lower East Side. Read More

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Perry Rubenstein Files for Bankruptcy in California

Art dealer Perry Rubenstein (Photo: Patrick McMullan Company)

Los Angeles dealer Perry Rubenstein has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, according to a report in Art in America. The news was first reported in the Baer Faxt. Mr. Rubenstein, who began as a private dealer, ran a Chelsea gallery on West 23rd Street from 2004 to 2011, when he left town for Los Angeles, opening a 9,500-square-foot space in Hollywood in 2012. Over the years he did shows with a wide variety of artists, including Robin Rhode, Jesper Just, Sturtevant and Diana Al-Hadid. Read More

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Next Up on the Lower East Side: Kristen Lorello Gallery

Works by Higgins and Occhionero. (Courtesy the artists and Kristen Lorello)

The address 195 Chrystie Street, between Stanton and Rivington Streets on the Lower East Side, has been home to a practice space for the No-Neck Blues Band, the very tiny gallery Art Since the Summer of ‘69 (which billed itself as “the smallest gallery in the world”) and, recently, a branch of Eleven Rivington. Now it’s getting a new gallery, an eponymous operation by Kristen Lorello, a former associate director at Eleven Rivington. Read More

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Grand Century: Artist Trio Starts Lower East Side Project Space

The resto. (Courtesy Google Maps)

The Lower East Side art district is pretty much completely out of control at this point, spreading out in every direction and growing ever denser with galleries. It’s wild!

The latest entrant to the rapidly growing scene comes from artists Dora Budor, Alex Mackin Dolan and Olivia Erlanger, who are converting their studio on the second floor of 286 Grand Street into a project space that will be open one weekend a month. It’s called Grand Century. Read More