Another Chelsea Gallery Is Moving Here

Andrew Kreps Gallery is moving from W. 22nd Street to Tribeca—specifically, the burgeoning arts-and-design district of northeast Tribeca, and even more specifically, 394 Broadway (between Walker and White). From Art Basel’s website:

Andrew Kreps Gallery was founded in New York in 1996. Widening its original focus on emerging American artists, the program shortly thereafter expanded to include international artists, many of whom had their first exhibitions in the United States or New York at the gallery. In 2013, Andrew Kreps Gallery relocated to 537 W. 22nd Street, and opened an additional project space at 535 W. 22nd Street.

Below: A work by Ivens Machado, on view in Chelsea through December 8.

UPDATE: An associate director at Andrew Kreps shared more info—including, most interestingly, the entrance will be on Cortlandt Alley.

Our new space will be at 22 Cortlandt Alley, between Walker and White streets. The bi-level, 10,000 square foot space is nearly double that of the gallery’s current space at 537 W. 22nd Street, and will be designed by Markus Dochantschi of StudioMDA. The gallery is scheduled to open in early May 2019, with an exhibition of new works by American photographer Roe Ethridge, his 9th exhibition with the gallery.

The move also coincides with the announcement of 55 Walker, an exhibition space jointly operated by Andrew Kreps Gallery, Bortolami, and kaufmann repetto in the former home of Artists’ Space, Books and Talks. The two spaces will allow our artists the opportunity to exhibit in both a traditional gallery space, as well as a raw, architectural space, and will additionally foster a larger sense of collaboration with peers in the area.

It can be hard to keep track of all the recent gallery news around here….

••• Kerry Schuss and Hionas Gallery both relocated back to Tribeca.
••• Bronx Museum of the Arts opened an incubator on White Street.
••• Canada gallery is moving from the Lower East Side to 60 Lispenard.
••• A gallery is said to be coming to 85 Franklin, once it gets refurbished and four new stories.
••• Bortolami is involved in a project space at 55 Walker.
••• UPDATE: And I neglected to mention James Cohan Gallery on Walker.