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Maccarone New York

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Photograph: Courtesy Maccarone

Time Out says

Dealer Michele Maccarone founded her namesake gallery in 2001 after a stint as gallery director at Luhring Augustine. Considered to be both outspoken and an activist for artists, Maccarone has grown her business from a storefront location on Canal Street to 8,000 square feet of exhibition space split between two addresses in the same building on the corner of Greenwich and Morton Streets in the West Village; she has an even larger branch in Los Angeles. Her list of artists consist of a mix of such young and mid-career names as Carol Bove, Nate Lowman and Oscar Tuazon.

Written by
Howard Halle


630 Greenwich St
New York
Cross street:
Between Leroy and Morton Sts
Subway: 1 to Houston St
Opening hours:
Tue–Sat 10am–6pm
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