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Marlborough Chelsea

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Marlborough Chelsea
545 West 25th Street
New York, NY 10001
Venue Type: Gallery


Mourning and Fecundity, Vincent DesiderioVincent Desiderio, Mourning and Fecundity,
2007, oil on canvas, h: 428.6 x w: 375.9 cm
© Marlborough Gallery
June 26th - August 8th ANOTHER LOOK at DETROIT
Mary Ann Aitken, Keith Aoki, William James Bennett, Harry Bertoia, McArthur Binion, James Lee Byars, Nick Cave, James Chatelain, Liz Cohen, Michele Oka Doner, Robert Duncanson, Charles and Ray Eames, John Egner, Cyprien Gaillard, Michael Glancy, Brenda Goodman, Jay Heikes, Marie T. Hermann, Scott Hocking, Percy Ives, Ray Johnson, Mike Kelley, Arthur Nevill Kirk, Hughie Lee-Smith, Kate Levant, Morton Levin, Al Loving, Michael C. Luchs, P. Scott Makela, Tony Matelli, Katherine McCoy, Michael McCoy, Charles McGee, Allie McGhee, Julie Mehretu, Julius Garibaldi Melchers, Metroplex, Ann Mikolowski, Carl Milles, Wallace MacMahon Mitchell, Destroy All Monsters, Henry Ford Museum, Gordon Newton, Max Ortiz, Ellen Phelan, Pewabic Pottery, Bill Rauhauser, Scott Reeder, Richard Ritter, Diego Rivera, Eero Saarinen, Eliel Saarinen, Loja Saarinen, Dana Schutz, Zoltan Sepeshy, Robert Sestok, Jim Shaw, Shinola, Michael E. Smith, Mortimer Smith, Gilda Snowden, John Mix Stanley, Anna Sui, Graem Whyte, Robert Wilson
Tues-Sat 10-5:30
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Comprising two spectacular galleries on the first and second floors and an outdoor sculpture terrace, Marlborough Chelsea measures approximately 10,000 square feet, with ceiling heights from 10 feet to 15 feet and interiors designed by acclaimed architect Richard Gluckman. Marlborough Chelsea originally opened on West 19th Street, New York, in 1997.

Marlborough Chelsea provides an exciting new venue to view work by some of the most innovative and admired contemporary artists working today. This space has been specifically designed with soaring ceilings and abundant natural light, creating the best possible atmosphere to show monumental sculpture and work by emerging artists and photographers.

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