Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery inaugural opening in New York,NY

I just returned from the inaugural opening of the newly relocated Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. Tribeca was full of fabulous galleries when I was living in NYC in my twenties, so am ecstatic so many are migrating back.

The new gallery space is similar, albeit larger, to the layout of their past Ludlow Street gallery. They always have good artists, and exhibitions.

87 Franklin Street
The entrance

It was a thrill to be at an actual, in-person, gallery opening. Most of us were masked.

David Scanavino, Birdhouse, 2021
Oil on uncoiled calfskin and linen
60 1/4” x 48 1/4 in
Hallway between the two gallery spaces
The rear, and largest, gallery space
Glen Baldridge, Night Owl (No Way), 2021
Gouache on paper
24” x 18 1/8 in.

The inaugural show had 23 artists, each with one piece on display. I’m showing you my top picks.

Holly Coulis, Bowl, Lemon Line, 2022
Oil on linen
50” x 40 in.
Pamela Jorden, Untitled, 2021
Acrylic and oil on linen (diptych)
54 in.
David Gilbert, After Party, 2019
Archival inkjet print
50” x 33 in.
Edition of 3 plus 1 AP

The exhibition runs through May 7, 2022. I’ll be keeping a close eye on upcoming shows and promise to keep you posted.

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