Time Out says
Casey Kaplan has been in operation since 1995, starting in a modest 500-square-foot located on an upper floor of a cast iron Soho loft building on Broadway. Today the gallery occupies a 5,000 square-foot street level venue in Chelsea that contains three separate exhibition spaces. Over the past 15 years the gallery and its artists have grown in parallel, with the core of the gallery artists—Jeff Burton, Miles Coolidge, Jason Dodge, Pamela Fraser, Jonathan Monk—remaining intact. These artists and others have become part of an international dialogue, regularly participating in international Biennales, achieving retrospectives at major museums, and in one case, winning a Turner Prize. Another significant aspect of the gallery is its nearly annual, guest-curated group exhibition. The gallery is also one of the founders of an important new initiative, New York Gallery Week, an annual series of art events in the spring.
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