Taymour Grahne Gallery Has Closed

Sorry to see that the Taymour Grahne Gallery at 157 Hudson has gone dark. It opened in the fall of 2013 with a light focus on Middle Eastern art. From the announcement:

Over the past four years I have had the privilege of working with an incredible group of artists. It was a pleasure getting to know each of them, and together we were able to present an ambitious, exciting, and diverse program.

I would like to thank the community of collectors, curators, family, friends, staff, and writers who have supported the gallery program over the years. The energy that you all built around the gallery was palpable.

Moving forward I have decided to focus on art advising and will therefore close Taymour Grahne Gallery. The gallery’s exhibition history will remain archived online at taymourgrahnegallery.com.

Below: Some of the memorable works that were featured in the gallery. In order,  they’re by Nicky Nodjoumi, Ryan Schneider, Bruno Pacheco, Abdolreza Aminlari, Nicky Nodjoumi, Whitney Bedford, Rania Bellou, Walid Siti, and Ciaran Murphy.