Garth Greenan Gallery is pleased to announce its expansion and relocation to the ground floor of 545 West 20th Street—a 5,000 square-foot space with 13-foot-high ceilings. Opening in Fall 2016 and designed by Stuart Basseches, the new location will more than double the gallery's current exhibition space, allowing it to mount more ambitious exhibitions and projects. In its inaugural season, the new gallery will feature solo-presentations by Roy McMakin, Nicholas Krushenick, Gladys Nilsson, Norbert Prangenberg, Art Green, and Howardena Pindell.
Since 2011, Garth Greenan Gallery has been located on the tenth floor of 529 West 20th Street. During that time, it has built a strong reputation for focusing on established artists whose work deserves greater recognition, most of whom emerged during the 1960s and 1970s. By re-presenting and recontextualizing their work, the gallery questions the prevailing narrative of contemporary art history and encourages its revision. The gallery's new location will provide increased visibility for its artists and make its program accessible to a wider audience than ever before.
Currently, Garth Greenan Gallery represents 15 artists of different generations including: Rosalyn Drexler, Paul Feeley, Victoria Gitman, Art Green, Mark Greenwold, Ralph Humphrey, Nicholas Krushenick, Al Loving, Roy McMakin, Gladys Nilsson, Howardena Pindell, Norbert Prangenberg, Alexis Smith, Patrick Strzelec, and Richard Van Buren.