Time Out says
Posted: Thu Mar 18 2010
The former Luhring Augustine director Michele Maccarone, an outspoken dealer and activist for artists, holds court in this 8,000-square-foot space, where she dedicates herself to representing artists such as Nate Lowman, Corey McCorkle and Christian Jankowski.
Maccarone 630 Greenwich St
What's on at Maccarone
The not-for-profit press, which publishes quality translations of both contemporary and classic lit, hosts this fund-raising auction, with food and drink provided. A list of items up for bid can be found at archipelagobooks.org.
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