Gallery Brunch: Saturday, March 8, 11 am – 1pm
For years now New York Art Week takes place every March just as the city begins to thaw from the winter storms. And as the collectors continue to come to the city, cultural programming around the “main fair” continues to expand. Each year at galleryIntell I am receiving an ever increasing number of announcements of that new event, or that new fair, or this amazing new performance… These tend to be temporary events held on temporary platforms, but lately the permanent Chelsea galleries have been taking advantage of their locations! After all, they are paying top rent dollar to be where they are.
So this year a fun new initiative caught my attention. An invitation from Margaret Thatcher Projects, a gallery we’ve worked with in the past, for a “gallery brunch”. A chance to wander along West 23rd street, see the galleries’ current exhibition and enjoy some treats along the way. Why not? Who ever turned down free food and art?
This year there are 5 galleries, all right next to each other located along 23rd street include Anna Zorina Gallery, Asya Geisberg Gallery, De Buck Gallery and J. Cacciola Gallery. This event is timed with “Chelsea Day” of Armory Arts Week.
“The 23rd Street Gallery Brunch was organized by the participating galleries as an opportunity for Chelsea visitors to view some of the current exhibitions along 23rd St in addition to the nearby art fairs taking place nearby, including the Moving Image Art Fair and the Independent Art Fair.”
Margaret Thatcher Projects
Jus Juchtmans, Color-Virus
539 West 23rd Street
Anna Zorina Gallery
Asya Geisberg Gallery
Rebecca Morgan – No Church in the Wild
*Artist will be in attendance
537b West 23rd Street
De Buck Gallery
Ruby Anemic – Slower Than God
545 West 23rd Street
J. Cacciola Gallery
Tom Lieber – Recent Work
537a West 23rd Street
Nearby Art Fairs:
Moving Image Art Fair – 269 11th Avenue (Between 27 / 28th streets)
Independent – 548 West 22nd Street
New City Art Fair – 529 West 20th Street, 2w
Scope New York – 312 West 33rd Street
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