Marlborough Chelsea opens Thursday Oct. 4th

October 3rd, 2007

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The 10,000 square foot, two-floor space with an outdoor sculpture terrace will open tomorrow, Thursday October 4th. Their 19th Street Chelsea closed in June of 2006 to prepare for their new location in the Chelsea Arts Tower, on 545 West 25th Street. They’ll be joining PaceWildenstein, Yossi Milo, Cheim & Read, and Moti Hasson, among many, many others.

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Tom Otterness
Immigrant Family (Large)
Bronze, Edition of 3, 127 x 120 x 108″

New satirical sculpture by Tom Otterness will take over the first floor, while the second floor will show Steven Charles’ mixed-media paintings covered with concentric layers of paint.

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Steven Charles
Get off the Cross, the Wood is Needed

2003-2006, enamel on canvas, 25.5 x 26.5″

Also be sure to look for the displays dedicated to the gallery’s emerging artists. For more information, contact the gallery.

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