Less than a mile away from 57 Stanton Street, New Yorker’s will find the new larger two-floor location of the 247365 gallery. Even though, people got used with their Manhattan outpost found in a modestly sized basement on Eldridge Street, there is no doubt the new location will attract an even more various public.
The new spot was inaugurated with the “Please Excuse Us for Our Appearance” show, on Tuesday, April 7. The runners of the gallery, MacGregor and Jesse Greenberg are optimistic about the change and fully convinced it will only bring good in their gallery’s plans. Over email, the first happily announced the essential details of their new location “You can’t miss it, it’s the one with the giant cast-iron Shalom Neuman façade.”
According to his words, we can already imagine the new place “The inside consists of a ground-level storefront and a basement, both of which we plan to use for exhibiting art. We will be open five days a week.” In Manhattan location of 247365 location, people got used to enjoy impressive mix of solo and group shows, hosted by artists like Jessie Stead, Jamian Juliano-Villani and Nick Payne. Now, we can only wait the new names among the familiar, which will be part of the program that won’t feel too different, according to Harp.
New Yorker’s had the chance to enjoy the work of 17 artists on April 7 opening, which will also include a performance by RAF.