New Beginnings

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New Beginnings

254 Broome Street
New York, New york 10002
November 20th, 2014 - January 7th, 2015
Opening: November 20th, 2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

east village/lower east side
Wed-Sat 12-6
painting, pop, surrealism, graffiti/street-art, photography


Opening its doors on November 20, 2014, Castor Gallery is pleased to be joining the Lower East Side’s most colorful block, Broome Street between Ludlow and Orchard Streets. With its grand opening slated for January, the gallery will be settling into the neighborhood with a rotation of works from their private collection for the remainder of 2014, including pieces by notable artists such as Banksy, Mario Testino, Damien Hirst, Faile, Titus Kaphar and Dran.

Castor Gallery’s first official exhibition will open January 15th, with a two person show by Heath West, whose algorithmic paintings combine digitally-inspired patterns with abstract traditions; and Elizabeth Winnel, whose self-portraits take the form of sumptuous, juicy lips. This exhibition will kick off the year with a focused program that is an extension of the exciting curatorial vision of the gallery’s founders.

In 2015, the gallery is planning a program including solo exhibitions by Lala Abaddon, as well as Judith Supine. Other exhibitions will include Matt Jones with Eric Ross Wiley, and  special summer exhibition curated by Art Nerd New York’s Lori Zimmer.

Please join us for our welcome reception on November 20th from 6 to 9pm as we settle into our favorite neighorhood and enjoy artworks by Banksy, Bast, Beejoir, Conor Harrington, Damien Hirst, Daniel Arsham, Dran, Faile, Futura, Haroshi, Invader, Jonathan Yeo, Judith Supine, Lala Abaddon, Mario Testino, Matt Jones, Micaela McLucas, Polly Morgan, ROA, Shepard Fairey, and Titus Kaphar that will rotate over the next two months.  We look forward to an exciting 2015.

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