Jack Shainman Gallery Announces Expansion

March 3rd, 2013

Jack Shainman Gallery's New Space in Kinderhook, NY, via Art in AmericaNew York City’s Jack Shainman Gallery has announced an ambitious expansion, including a new space on 24th street in Chelsea on Manhattan’s West Side, and a five-acre schoolhouse property two hours north of the city in Kinderhook, NY.  “The space in Kinderhook is kind of a life dream. It’s an amazing building built as an elementary school in 1931 and inaugurated by FDR,” says owner Jack Shainman.  “Primarily, we’ll store our collection there, but it has great viewing rooms and exhibition rooms, and we will do exhibitions there in the summer. Previously, we often had to rent space to show large works. It will have about a 27-foot ceiling in the main gallery space, where we’ll have artists do special projects.”

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