DC Moore Gallery relocates to 535 West 22nd Street

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  • December 21, 2010

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Romare Bearden, "Maquette for Pittsburgh Recollections" 1984. Collage on fiberboard, 10 5/8 x 50 inches. Courtesy DC Moore Gallery.
Robert Kushner, September Wildflower Convocation 2010. Oil on canvas with gold leaf 72 x 72 inches. Courtesy DC Moore Gallery.

DC Moore Gallery is pleased to announce that we are relocating to 535 West 22nd Street.  The spacious new gallery opens on February 3, 2011.

The move to a dynamic new location in Chelsea provides DC Moore with the opportunity to expand its ongoing program of concurrently presenting contemporary and 20th century exhibitions.  The new space designed by Andrew Ong features two exhibition galleries, including an expansive area with high ceilings that can accommodate large-scale works and a smaller room designed for intimate viewing of paintings and works on paper.

Our inaugural exhibitions, Robert Kushner: Wildflower Convocation and Romare Bearden: Idea to Realization, will be on view from February 3 to March 12, with an opening celebration Thursday, February 3.  The Kushner exhibition will include new painting and his remarkable drawing installation, Scriptorium, which has just returned from exhibitions at the Blanton Museum of ARt, University of Texas at Austin, and the Kunshallen Brandts in Odense, Denmark.  The Bearden show will feature a rare and vibrant group of collages, original artworks that were created as maquettes for a wide range of projects, from book jackets to large-scale murals and mosaics.

Founded in 1995, DC Moore specializes in contemporary and twentieth-centruy art.  A member of the Art Dealers Association of America, the gallery represents a diverse mix of contemporary artists and estates, including Eric Aho, Romare Bearden, Katherine Bowling, Roger Brown, John Buck, Charles Burchfield, Robert De Niro, Sr., David Driskell, Janet Fish, Mary Frank, Mark Greenwold, Mark Innerst, Yvonne Jacquette, Joyce Kozloff, Robert Kushner, Jacob Lawrence, Jack Levine, Whitfield Lovell, Nathan Oliveira, Barbara Takenaga, George Tooker, Jane Wilson, and Alexi Worth.

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