Celebrating the art dealer’s 10-year anniversary, The Hole NYC has opened a second gallery space in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. The new space will serve as an extension of The Hole’s programming from its flagship location in Bowery which was established a decade ago.
“I’m very proud to open a second location for The Hole coinciding with our gallery’s tenth anniversary,” said Kathy Grayson, owner of The Hole. “After a challenging year for everyone, our new outpost will extend The Hole’s mission to serve as an advocate for artists and create opportunities for the broader community. As one of downtown New York’s mainstays, we’re thrilled to provide even more challenging exhibitions and enriching events, and hope to reach new audiences through our second space. We can’t wait to join this amazing new gallery neighborhood.”
The new Walker Street outpost features 1,800 square feet of exhibition space alongside viewing rooms and offices. Eric Shaw, a Brooklyn-based artist, is the first artist to receive a dedicated exhibition at the new space, presenting eleven new abstract canvases, followed by artists Pedro Pedro in May and Caitlin Cherry in June.
Head to The Hole NYC’s website to learn more about its new exhibition space in Tribeca.