Christie's Haunch of Venison consumes Chelsea gallery

  • August 10, 2010 11:32

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Black+White Landscape on Wall, 2010, by Susanne Kühn, one of the artists reportedly following dealer Robert Goff to Haunch of Venison.

One of New York's more popular young art galleries has merged with Haunch of Venison, the contemporary art dealer owned by auctioneer Christie's International.

Robert Goff, who owns an eponymous gallery in Chelsea, along with four of his represented artists, are reportedly joining the auction house's private sales gallery. Goff will be a director.

Haunch will also be moving out of Christie's Rockefeller Center home to a new space in the Chelsea area. The gallery has additional spaces in London, Berlin, and Zurich.

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