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Galerie Protégé

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Galerie Protégé
197 9th Avenue
lower level Chelsea Frames
New York, NY 10011
Venue Type: Gallery


Two Women, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Two Women,
2011, Salt print, 13 x 19 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Knot of String, Hand with Ring, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Knot of String, Hand with Ring,
2011, Salt print, 11 x 15 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Perils of Perception, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Perils of Perception,
2011, Salt print with gouache, 11 x 15 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Constellation 1, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Constellation 1,
2011, Cameraless salt print, 8 x 10 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Diagram 6, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Diagram 6,
2011, Cameraless salt print, 6 x 9 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Lovingly Distant, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Lovingly Distant,
2011, Salt print, 16 x 20 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Constellation 5, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Constellation 5,
2011, Cameraless salt print, 8 x 10 in
© Danielle Ezzo
Diagram 1, Danielle EzzoDanielle Ezzo, Diagram 1,
2011, Cameraless salt print, 6 x 9 in
© Danielle Ezzo
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September 4th - October 3rd The Playground of the Fantastical
Maria Lynch and Joseph Meloy
Jaclyn Acker, Owner or Debra Lee Kowalski, Director
M-Th 10-7:30, Fri-Sat 10-6, Sun 11-5
(212) 807-8726
(212) 924-3208
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Mission Statement:

Galerie Protégé exists as a platform for emerging and non-represented artists to exhibit their work in the heart of New York City’s Chelsea gallery district. Located on the lower level of Chelsea Frames, an established conservation framing studio, Galerie Protégé is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary works of art in a wide range of media including but not limited to painting, drawing, photography and performance-based work.

Founded in the spring of 2011 by Jaclyn Acker and Debra Kowalski, Galerie Protégé was born of a mutual desire to offer emerging and non-represented artists an opportunity to make their mark on the New York City art world -- an opportunity that was similarly extended to them by their friend and mentor Daniel Beauchemin who helped them find their niche in the big city.

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